If something is very clear to us, it is that Our country is one of the favorites of several international bands and artists to give concerts., because magical moments happen in their presentations on this side of the pond. However, there are those who immortalize his performances in Mexico on live albums. Such is the case of Placebo, who will finally release a live album.
As you may remember, after postponing everything due to a problem with the work visas of their staff, It was at the beginning of 2023 when the band led by Brian Molko and Stefan Olsdal returned after almost six years to give two showsone more intimate in the Lunario of the National Auditorium and the other complete in the Palacio de los Deportes. Here we leave you the review of that concert.
Placebo will release a live album with the show they performed at the Palacio de los Deportes
We already knew that The presentation that Placebo gave on April 17 at the ‘Palacio de los Rebotes’ had been recorded for a possible future release. However, after much waiting, The British group finally confirmed that they will indeed release all this material (and we hope they got pretty or at least bathed for that show).
It turns out that this November 21, Brian Molko and Stefan Olsdal announced that they will release their first live album in their 25-year career, which will be titled simply Placebo Live. This is a boxset that compiles the band’s performances in Mexico, Spain and the United Kingdom… just as you read it, but we go in parts.
Speaking specifically of our country, the album is called This Is What You Wanted – Live in Mexico City and includes the complete concert that Placebo performed at the Palacio de los Deporteswith the 23 songs that were played where, in addition to playing their most recent album, Never Let Me Gothey also threw in rarities from other albums and even covered Kate Bush and Tears for Fears.
As if this were not enough, In the boxset comes the band’s show at the Low Festival in Spain earlier this year and the sessions that took place in the Studio One recording rooms in Twickenham, London, which are titled Collapse Into Never – Live In Europe 2023 and Live From The White Room respectively.
Placebo live album release date in Mexico
However, If you want to have this live Placebo boxset with the concert that was shot at the Palacio de los Deporteswe tell you that It will be available from December 15but you can now pre-order it on the band’s official website (here we leave you the link) and it will cost 122.99 dollars, something like 2,105 Mexican pesos, but the investment will be worth it.
We say this because the box comes with a poster and four discs, including the Blu-Ray where you will find the band’s entire show in CDMX. So if you are fans of bone colorado, you should definitely have this in your collection. But while we wait for the day to check this material, Take a look at the teaser they released with the images of their presentation in the capital of Chilanga.