Rather like the similarly revered Chameleons, the amount of compilation and live releases for Josef K now far outweighs the number of proper albums. Next to follow - on Paul Haig's Rhythm Of Life label - is a compilation of two live sets recorded at Valentino's night club in Edinburgh, one of which proved to be their penultimate concert. Enthusiasts will already be familiar with the fiery version of 'Adoration' that featured on the 'Endless Soul' compilation. As a whole this listening experience - recorded "from the audience" - is rather patchy. One might expect a bit of crowd noise but the main problem is the sound quality itself with varying volume being the main gripe. Nevertheless the band appear to be on top form as they race through 'Chance Meeting' (although the version on the second set seems to be a slowed version), 'Heart Of Song' and 'Missionary'. LTM's 'Crazy To Exist' is the best document for their live prowess making this release one for the die-hards; for the rest of the world it's a case of having to be there at the time to fully appreciate the occasion.