- Performer:Butch Walker
- Title:Live in Budokan
- Date of release:December 13, 2005
- Recording date:June 7, 2003 - March, 2005
- Recording location:Nippon Budokan, Tokyo, Japan
- Size FLAC version1435 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1842 megabytes
- Size WMA version1311 megabytes
- Formats:AU MPC DXD AUD ASF MMF
Live in Budokan, 1979 live album by Pink Lady1980s: One Night at Budokan, 1981 album by the Michael Schenker Group. Quincy Jones Live at Budokan, 1981 album by Quincy Jones1990s: Live at Budokan (Stormtroopers of Death album), 1992 album by Stormtroopers of Death. Hiatt Comes Alive at Budokan?, 1994 album by John Hiatt. Live at the Budokan (Blur album), 1995 album by Blur. Live at Budokan (2005 film), 2005 concert video by Butch Walker. Live at Budokan: Bonez Tour, 2005 album by Avril Lavigne. Eizō Sakuhinshū Vol. 2, 2005 live DVD by Asian Kung-Fu Generation. Zone Final Live in Nippon Budokan, 2005 live concert by Zone. Budōkaaaaaaaaaan!!!!!, 2009 live DVD by Perfume (Japanese band). Back to Budokan, 2009 live album by Mr. Big.
The Budokan show was in my mind, only a so-so performance in comparison to what I have seen Butch do live. The camera shots were often to close to see his "throw the pick, kick it, catch it, and never miss a beat of the song antics). They also spent an awful lot of time focusing in on the other members of the band. As a whole, the set was not as tight or fluid as I was used to seeing from Butch
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When i was a young teenage bullet belt, playing poppy hair metal jams, Our band used to rehearse in the room next door to the Turner brothers, who had a thrash metal band called Nihilist. I remember in between songs, hearing them banging it out, heavy AF, for hours. They would become pals in passing, on the way to the Coke machine down the hall.
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Butch Walker began 2008 by setting out many dates for new songs, DVDs, new albums both with the band 1969, which he is the bassist and lead singer for, and also a solo record titled Sycamore Meadows. He stated that he was planning to release something on every major holiday in 2008. On February 14, 2008, an audio release of Walker's live performance in his hometown of Atlanta, GA, was released. A DVD of this show followed on March 17, 2008. The DVD and audio are titled Leavin' the Game on Luckie Street (Luckie Street is the road the venue at which the show was played, the Tabernacle. Walker performing live in 2014. Productions and collaborations. In July 2009, Butch Walker worked with Weezer on their album Raditude.
CreditsJamie Arentzen - Performer
Michael-Guy Chislett - Guitar
Kenny Cresswell - Drums
Darren Dodd - Drums
Jayce Fincher - Performer
Marvelous 3 - Performer
Drew Parsons - Performer
Jason Sutter - Performer
Jim Thompson - Photography
Butch Walker - Primary Artist
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