Having been somewhat forced to re-evaluate my anti-live album stance, it has occured to me that if the live version of a song is significantly different than the studio version (on purpose), I do tend to enjoy it. Like the S2S Tour version of Queen Bitch, which I think is far superior to the original. I guess what I should really be saying is that I don't like to hear stuff that sounds almost exactly like something I've heard somewhere else.
This might be a backpedal, I don't know. I think it simply shows that I'm able to re-think past statements. Looking at the live albums I own of Daddy's as well as other people's, the key seems to be that the more it intends to try to sound like the original the less I like it and vice-versa. This is universally the case as far as I can tell.
And if anyone's wondering, one-off live songs like "My Death" do nothing for me. I don't usually listen to them. This also probably explains why I enjoy the live resurrections of old favorites that Daddy was eager to twist into the sound of Outside and Earthling. It's the failed musician in me, I think.
I never said that it made any sense, I'm just saying what my tastes are. I'm not so sure I understand it, myself.