Two-thousand years ago, God wrote a book called The Bible.
While at the time it was released, the book was widely panned by critics (who went as far as to even feeding members of the book's fan-club to lions and tigers for sport), the book has today made a considerable dent in the world book market. In fact, two thousand years later, it still sells fairly well and is critically lauded as something of a classic. It is even included in many hotel rooms at no extra cost. (Thanks Gideons!)
We imagine the same will fate will occur with the music of Ben and The Robots. (Minus the tigers and lions, tho)
Released for the first time for public consumption, The Last Concert Ever was truly an apocalyptic event. In these rare recordings you can listen to live versions all the favorite Ben and the Robots (blessed be their holy name), such as Party Sedan, Whiskey Ain't the Devil, The Clap, Song of the South, Lead Out, and Breakfast Wrap. Included in this collection are other yet-previously-unreleased gems such as uh, a lot of the songs on the album. Just listen to it. Stop reading this paragraph and listen to the album.