Live Bootleg is the sixth release, and first live album, by American Christian rock band Resurrection Band, released in 1984. It was the band's first release for Sparrow Records, and also their first under the shortened moniker "Rez Band."
Recorded before a loud and responsive local audience at the Odeum Arena in Chicago over two nights in October 1983, this album features a mixture of the band's most popular live tracks as well as two new songs: "Gameroom" and "Playground". "Gameroom" continues the trend begun on D.M.Z. of directly addressing the concerns of a high-school aged audience, and the album closes with a powerful evangelistic message from Glenn Kaiser, which was typical of the band's live performances.
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Medley (Waves, Awaiting Your Reply, Broken Promises, Autograph, City Streets)