Live In Japan (Harem Scarem album)

Live in Japan
Live album by Harem Scarem
Released April 25, 1996
Genre Hard rock
Length 68:08
Label Warner Japan
Producer Harry Hess and Pete Lesperance
Harem Scarem chronology
Voice of Reason
(1995)
Live in Japan
(1996)
Karma Cleansing
(1997)

Live in Japan is the first live album by the hard rock band Harem Scarem. The recording was from a concert at the Club Citta in Japan. It includes two previously unreleased studio tracks.

The album was reissued in 1997 in a double CD package titled Live Ones together with the EP Live and Acoustic. The second CD also has a previously unreleased song, an acoustic version of "Change Comes Around", which was later released also on B-Side Collection (1998).

Track listing

All songs written and composed by Harry Hess and Pete Lesperance, except where noted. 
No. Title Length
1. "Change Comes Around"   5:17
2. "Saviors Never Cry"   4:45
3. "Warming a Frozen Rose"   6:01
4. "Blue"   4:40
5. "Candle"   5:15
6. "Slowly Slipping Away" (Hess, Marc Ribler) 4:24
7. "Breathing Sand" (Hess) 5:03
8. "Had Enough"   3:46
9. "Empty Promises"   3:11
10. "The Paint Thins"   4:52
11. "Voice of Reason"   5:12
12. "No Justice"   5:45
13. "Pardon My Zinger" (Lesperance) 4:09
14. "More Than You'll Ever Know"   4:37

Band members

  • Harry Hess – lead vocals, guitar, producer
  • Pete Lesperance – lead guitar, backing vocals, producer
  • Barry Donaghy – bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Darren Smith – drums, backing vocals
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