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Reverend and the Makers: Live in the UK

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Reverend and the Makers: Live in the UK
📅 ReleasedOctober 2009
🎙️ Recorded24 October 2009
GenreIndie rock
⏳ Length76:54
🏷️ LabelWall Of Sound

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Reverend and the Makers: Live in the UK is a live concert album from band Reverend and the Makers which was recorded and released during 2009 during their tour. It is taken from a concert in Sheffield at the Academy, the band's hometown, which took place on 24 October. The album was released days later on the Concert Live website.

Recording and release[edit]

The album was recorded at the Sheffield Academy by Concert Live and was produced and released in hours after the concert. The album was available to download and purchase over the internet, not in shops, and this proved to be a hit with the band's fans. The album was also released with a free copy of A French Kiss in the Chaos, the band's second album, all for £20.[1]

The album is a real collectors item, with only a limited number being produced.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Jon McClure.

Disc one
1."Silence is Talking"5:18
2."The State of Things"5:35
3."Heavyweight Champion of the World"4:04
4."Manifesto/People Shapers"5:34
5."No Wood Just Trees"4:24
8."Hard Time For Dreamers"4:11
9."Open Your Window"4:06
10."Professor Pickles"3:21
11."Hidden Persuaders"2:58
Disc two
1."Hidden Persuaders (cont.)"1:28
2."Long Long Time"3:47
3."Yes You Do"2:55
4."Miss Brown"3:54
5."He Said He Loved Me"4:01
6."The End/The Machine"9:18
7."Armchair Detective"5:18

The songs performed at the concert featured eight tracks from A French Kiss in the Chaos.


  1. "Tour products". Concert Live. Retrieved 2012-03-07.

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