CD & VIDEO RESEARCHER | il | 08/25/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Peter Bywaters of Peter and the Test Tube Babies heads up one of the strongest bands of the first wave of British punk, which he helped shape following the band's inception in 1978 Brighton. Loud, brash, humorous, and iconoclastic, the boisterous rockers set the scene of the time, and paved the way for those who came after. Songs like "Run Like Hell" and "Banned from the Pubs," released in the early '80s, became genre anthems, and 1995's 'Supermodels" continued to get the crowds going. All of these songs and more appear in this show from the band's 2004 European tour, "A Tribute to Cash," as the guys get dressed up in cowboy costumes to deliver their rowdy, raucous set.