Digitally remastered edition of this live album from the British hard rockers including six bonus tracks. Includes 12 page full color booklet with 4,000 word essay, enhanced artwork, new photos and new Interviews. Although Liverpool quartet Nutz never achieved the huge success afforded to a handful of their rivals they did, however, establish a reputation for one of the most talented and hardworking bands that occupied the mid-seventies British hard rock scene. With a coveted deal with A&M Records and three well received studio albums under their belt, their last studio album Hard Nutz had promised so much but delivered little in the way of commercial gain. It was a frustrating set of circumstances especially when you consider the quality of their records. Faced with a lack of progress their label, having seen them play gigs, suggested that they try to reverse this situation by issuing a live album - something that would show the world how great and exciting they really were and what we were all missing. It had worked for Kiss and Peter Frampton so why not for Nutz? Enlisting the Island Mobile unit, the band booked two shows at Nottingham's legendary Boat Club venue taping what, as it turned out, would be the final Nutz album. True to form, the album is a red-hot slice of explosive hard rock documenting this great, but underappreciated, band in full flight. With a fully comprehensive selection of tracks from the bands career including classics as 'Seeing Is Believing' and 'Wallbanger' the gloves are well and truly off. They also included two new songs 'You Better Watch Out' and 'Can Be Loved'. It's easy to see why the band is now regarded as one of the forerunners of the NWOBHM.