The Protomen never fail to disappoint. This Live album is a real treat for fans due to the little changes they made to the instrumentation from the studio albums. All of the raw power they bring to the stage with lots of fun tweaks for long-time fans.
94 minute live show recorded at 12th And Porter in Nashville, TN on July 9th, 2011. Songs included - The entirety of Act I and the majority of Act II.
released September 10, 2020
cover design Caspar Newbolt
photo by Bryan Huff
music and mixing The Protomen
mastering John Baldwin
Nashville, The Non Commissioned Officers, 12th and Porter, Chris Pappavaselio, Chris Constantine, Jon Salmon, Freddie Wong, Brian Risse, Nathan Hunter, Teresa Porterfield, Devin Lamp, Pete Pappavaselio, Bryan Huff, Stefanie Cobb, Josiah Newbolt, Alan Shacklock, Mary Russ, Michael Stalcup, Nord, Roland, Peavey, Fender, Ernie Ball, Lace Pickups, Boss, Michelob ULTRA, That kid in the front row that kinda looks like Richardson from Hot Rod, Demon Barber, and our Kickstarter supporters
supported by 28 fans who also own “Live In Nashville”
TWRP is a group that brings good vibes everywhere they go, transported securely in briefcases of funk, synth, and pop. This album is no exception; in fact, it is a prime example of their positive transmit practices. The lyrics are sincere and charismatic, the instruments are driving, and the overall sound is brimming with style and character. Add some great, inspirational messages and a myriad of special guests, and you have a record for the space ages! Toaster Strooder
supported by 22 fans who also own “Live In Nashville”
This is my favourite TWRP album - it's a masterpiece that takes me away to a sunny beach on an alien planet every time I listen to it. Typhoon Turnpike SLAPS, Cosmic Tide is a *mood*, and Hidden Potential is an instant classic.