Yeah, the vocals were off as a whole at the beginning. Little flat, not a lot of oomph, and the timing was slightly off here and there. But I don't worry about being a perfectionist on a live recording. I would rather have some slight issues in a live recording than a perfect non-live recording. I feel like I've been duped when I watch someone play and sing and realize they've gone in and edited their performance when they screwed up. There is no editing when playing out live.

Thanks for the crit man!