Living Colour packs the World Cafe with fans from every stage of this hard-rocking band's long and always exciting career. Reid, Glover, Calhoun, and Wimbish perform politically fiery material from their latest critically-acclaimed album Collideoscope, as well as fan favorites from their Vivid album. This title carries a parental adisory. The hard rock sound of Living Colour is best experienced live, and that's exactly what viewers will get upon watching this entry in the On Stage at the World Cafe Live series. Among the songs performed are "Cult of Personality" and "Open Letter (To a Landlord)."
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