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Live - The Distance To Here Album

Live - The Distance To Here Album
The Distance To Here
Alternative Rock
02 Jun 2017
MP3 album size:
2408 mb
FLAC album size:
1294 mb
Music On Vinyl, Universal Music, Radioactive


1Where Fishes Go
Written-By – Taylor, Kowalczyk
Written-By – Kowalczyk
Written-By – Kowalczyk
Written-By – Kowalczyk
5Face And Ghost (The Children's Song)
Written-By – Kowalczyk
6Run To The Water
Written-By – Kowalczyk, Dahlheimer
7Feel The Quiet River Rage
Written-By – Kowalczyk
8They Stood Up For Love
Written-By – Taylor, Kowalczyk, Dahlheimer
9The Dolphin's Cry
Written-By – Kowalczyk
10Voodoo Lady
Written-By – Taylor, Kowalczyk
11Dance With You
Written-By – Kowalczyk
12The Distance
Written-By – Kowalczyk
13We Walk In The Dream
Written-By – Kowalczyk


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
088 111 966-2Live The Distance To Here ‎(CD, Album)Radioactive088 111 966-2US1999
088111966-4Live The Distance To Here ‎(Cass, Album)Radioactive088111966-4US1999
112 124-2Live The Distance To Here ‎(CD, Album, Enh)Radioactive112 124-2Australia1999
112 349-2, 111 966-2Live The Distance To Here ‎(CD, Album)Radioactive, Radioactive112 349-2, 111 966-2Europe1999
111 966-2Live The Distance To Here ‎(CD, Album, RP)Radioactive111 966-2EuropeUnknown


  • A&R, Production Manager [Coordination]Phil Schuster
  • Art DirectionSagmeister Inc., New York
  • BassPatrick Dahlheimer
  • BookingJonathan Levine
  • CoordinatorChris Hardin
  • Design, IllustrationMotoko Hada
  • DrumsChad Gracey
  • Editor [Pro-Tools]Jason Carmer (tracks: A6)
  • EngineerDoug McKean, Karl Derfler
  • Engineer [Assistant]Bryan Cook, David Nottingham, Kevin Scott
  • Engineer [Mix]Fermio Hernandez, Mauricio Iragorri
  • Executive Producer – Gary Kurfirst
  • Guitar [Additional]Adam Kowalczyk, Christopher Thorn
  • KeyboardsJerry Harrison, Michael Railton
  • Lead GuitarChad Taylor
  • Lyrics By, Vocals, GuitarEd Kowalczyk
  • ManagementDavid Sestak, Peter Freedman
  • Management [Business]David Levine
  • Mastered ByTed Jensen
  • Mixed ByTom Lord-Alge
  • Photography ByDan Winters , Danny Clinch
  • ProducerJerry Harrison, Live, Philip Steir (tracks: A6)
  • Slide GuitarChristopher Thorn (tracks: B1, B6)


Released to mark the original lineup of the band appearing at the 2017 Pinkpop festival in The Netherlands.

Comes in a resealable plastic sleeve with Music On Vinyl and Limited Edition Pinkpop stickers on the front.

Machine numbered in the bottom left corner of the back cover. The borders of the lettering of the band's name on the cover are debossed.

Comes with a four page booklet with pictures and lyrics. This is described on the Music On Vinyl sticker as a poster.

Original release ℗ 1999 Radioactive Records, J.V. This release ℗ & © 2017, Universal Music B.V.

Manufactured and distributed by Music On Vinyl B.V. for Universal Music B.V.

Limited edition of 500.


  • Barcode (Sleeve): 0 600753 763988
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 19156 1A MOVLP 1886
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 19156 1B MOVLP 1886
  • Barcode (Sticker): 0 999923 788723
  • Rights Society: BIEM/SDRM


  • Copyright (c) – Loco De Amor Music Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Audible Sun Music Inc.
  • Recorded At – The Site
  • Recorded At – The Village Recorder
  • Recorded At – A&M Studios
  • Recorded At – The Plant Studios
  • Mixed At – South Beach Studios
  • Mixed At – Encore Studios
  • Mastered At – Sterling Sound
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Radioactive Records, J.V.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Universal Music B.V.
  • Copyright (c) – Universal Music B.V.
  • Manufactured By – Music On Vinyl B.V.
  • Distributed By – Music On Vinyl B.V.
  • Manufactured For – Universal Music B.V.
  • Pressed By – Record Industry – 19156


The Distance to Here is the 5th studio album by the band Live, released in 1999. It debuted at 4 on the Billboard 200, selling 138,000 copies in its first week and was certified Platinum by the RIAA on November 19, 1999. All songs written by Ed Kowalczyk, except where noted. The Dolphin's Cry 4:24. The Distance 3:51. Sparkle 4:33. Run to the Water Kowalczyk, Patrick Dahlheimer 4:28. Sun 3:32. Voodoo Lady Kowalczyk, Chad Taylor 4:19. Songs in album Live - The Distance to Here 1999. Live - The Dolphin's Cry. Live - The Distance. The Distance to Here is the fourth studio album by the band Live, released in 1999. After the tepid reaction to the subdued, over-produced Secret Samadhi, Live took some time off to rethink their direction. For their fourth full-length studio album The Distance to Here, the band called on producer Jerry Harrison to recapture the raw energy and emotion that fueled Mental Jewelry and Throwing Copper. A self-conscious response to Secret Samadhi with plenty o. Album 1999 13 Songs. The Distance to Here. Alternative 1999. The Dolphin's Cry. The Distance. Your Rating. Overview . Hello We have detected Русский as your language preference. To change your preferred language, please choose a language using the dropdown. English Deutsch Español Français Italiano 日本語 한국어 Português Brasil Русский. Altre immagini. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. The Distance to Here, 1999. The Dolphin's Cry, 04:24. The Distance, 03:51. Live band. Released 1999. The Distance to Here Tracklist. The Dolphin's Cry Lyrics. The Distance Lyrics. Sparkle Lyrics. Run to the Water Lyrics. Sun Lyrics. The Distance to Here is a hard rock music album recording by LIVE released in 1999 on CD, LPVinyl andor cassette. Recorded at The Site, Village Recorded, A&M Studios and the Plant. Produced by Live and Jerry Harrison. Thanks to VerticalUprising for the addition. Buy LIVE - THE DISTANCE TO HERE music. More places to buy metal & LIVE music


  • shustrik
What a terrible-looking artwork for 40€! Why won't Radioactive Records do the right thing and repress it in its full glory??
  • Kerdana
When it comes to vinyl pressings, there's lazy...and then there's Music On Vinyl lazy.

Universally panned amongst the audiophile community as being well below standard, this repressing of Live's incredibly rare-on-LP fourth album is marred by Music On Vinyl's holy trinity of screw-ups in sound and quality: flat, dull CD-sourced sound, obvious lo-res scanned artwork and a cheap polyvinyl sleeve (both inside and outside the jacket) that is likely already split down the side significantly by the time it arrives in your hands.

But MOV actually manages to outdo even themselves in the laziness stakes with this release by setting the bar even lower than ever before. The "four-page booklet" advertised with this release is little more than a mock-up scan of the CD booklet that accompanied the compact disc versions of this album. You read that right: MOV merely took the CD booklet artwork and scanned it onto a blank white sheet of paper, making the insert look like something that came out of an art room demo session.

Poorly made, substandard quality and laughably bad presentation sees Music On Vinyl gracelessly fall on its face once more, and like never before.