The remaining four cuts are sublime performances culled from a 1984 concert at London's Dominion Theatre, which followed up Aztec's most recent LP, Knife. Fittingly enough we're treated to two songs from that record, and equally from it's even more renown predecessor, High Land, Hard Rain. For the purists out there who never got over the impeccability of High Land (classic and crucial as it was), and opted not to venture further into A/C's catalog, "Backwords and Forwards" and "The Birth of the True" make a really convincing case for investigating what followed. By the way, this EP was appended to no less than two different CD reissues of Knife, both of which I regrettably slept on.
01. Backwards and Forwards (live)
03. The Bugle Sounds Again (live)
04. Mattress of Wire (live)
05. The Birth of the True (live)