I'm looking over the alternative lists and not seeing any mention of Live. I'm not assuming that's wrong, but I would like to see that there is a reason and what that might be. I can't speak to influence, but they had two #1 albums, one of which went 8x platinum, and they were a significant presence on the alternative charts through most of the 90s.
Live had popularity, but their influence and acclaim was minimal. I suppose Throwing Copper
might make an appearance near the bottom of the albums list if I ever do a revision, but that's about it. Same goes for either "Selling the Drama" or "Lightning Crashes" (one, not both) with the songs list.
Live is probably in a better situation than for instance Collective Soul, the most played band on Alternative radio during the 1990's (SEVEN #1 singles!). That band had humongous initial popularity that was almost completely gone by album #4, critics despised them (probably unfairly) more than any band going at the time and the only bands they influenced were bands that are even more reviled.