Gene Loves Jezebel: Live in Bristol 2005 Trailer

Gene Loves Jezebel: Live in Bristol 2005 Trailer (2005)

01 January 2005

British Goth rockers Gene Loves Jezebel -- including co-founder Jay Aston and former Generation X guitarist James Stevenson -- pull out all the stops in this 2005 performance at one of their favorite venues: The Fleece in Bristol, England. Tracks include "Promise," "Over the Rooftops," "Break the Chain," "Any Anxious Colour," "Twenty Killer Hurts," "Desire," "Who Wants to Go to Heaven?" "Why Can't I?" and more.

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