Everyone loves a good rock record - but it's on stage that slinging an axe really counts.
Of course, there's one format that binds these two concepts together seamlessly, and that's the live album. When a recording of a renown show is committed to tape, its legacy can live on for years - and often, for longer than the artists themselves.
For this week's Wednesday question, we want you to answer the following question:
What is the best live recording ever?
It could be an album, a video recording, a bootleg, or anything that can be defined as a live recording. You'll probably earn extra votes if it's totally kicka-- too.
If you're stuck for ideas, how about The Who performing live at Leeds? How about Pink Floyd at their Live 8 Reunion? Maybe Nirvana's unplugged recording, or Iron Maiden's "Live After Death" album?
Whatever you prefer, share your nominations in the comments and upvote posts that you agree with. As usual, we'll compile the results for a special weekend post to be published on Friday.