Australian band Mammal play one night at Brisbane's Waterloo Hotel in 2007 off the back of their first live album "Vol 1: The Aural Underground" and new single "Nagasaki In Flames". Filmed at the peak of their underground following, and a full year away from the release of their debut studio album. The set consists of songs from the EP, the live album as well as a few that were never saw an official release. 1. Nagasaki In Flames 2. Think 3. Sweat The Vest 4. Hollywood Shrine 5. Two Soles 6. Push & Shove 7. Groove Junkie 8. New Breed Judas 9. Burnout 10. Inciting 11. Hell Yeah 12. Maker
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Have you watched Mammal: Live At The Waterloo yet? What did you think about it?