The Offspring performs live at Weenie Roast, which is an annual multi-artist alternative rock concert presented by the US rock radio station KROQ. Setlist: 1. Come Out And Play 2. The Kids Aren't Alright 3. Hammerhead 4. All I Want 5. Gone Away 6. Staring At The Sun 7. Gotta Get Away 8. Want You Bad 9. You're Gonna Go Far, Kid 10. Bad Habit 11. Pretty Fly (For A White Guy) 12. (Can't Get My) Head Around You 13. Self Esteem
The Offspring plays live at the famous Wembley Stadium in England. The footage is from their Conspiracy of One-tour in 2001. Setlist: 1. Bad Habit 2. All I Want 3. Pretty Fly (For A White Guy) 4. Million Miles Away 5. Gone Away 6. Have You Ever 7. Gotta Get Away 8. Staring At The Sun 9. Dammit, I Changed Again 10. Original Prankster 11. The Kids Aren't Alright 12. Self Esteem 13. Come Out And Play 14. Want You Bad
Tracks: Vaka, Samskeyti, Agaetis Byrjun, Staralfur, Heima, Njosnavellin, Von, Heysatan
For the last 10 years, Q-dance has been entertaining fans from the harder styles in dance music with high quality productions. Some parties have fared better than others; some have been held indoors, some outdoors, sometimes smaller, and most of them have been really big with all of them incorporating a wonderful atmosphere. With over 300 parties and more than 1.5 million participants, we have aptly, named our 10-year anniversary: ‘’de Q-dance Feestfabriek - the Q-dance Party Factory’’. For the first time in 10 years, we give the visitor a glance into our party-kitchen and this year we are cooking up a storm!
This DVD features concerts filmed at Germany's Wacken Festival and at the Japanese Loudpark Festival in 2007. It also includes four video clips.
This compilation is the first official DVD release from EMI of Marillion material. This updated video compilation features all recorded promo videos from the EMI years: 1982-1995 Special features include a photo gallery, complete lyrics for all tracks, and a Marillion discography - plus a special bonus hidden track.
Over 6 hours of music, recorded over 3 nights at the Marillion Weekend 2009. Disc 1 features the whole of the 1989 album 'Seasons End' plus 5 tracks from 2008's 'Happiness Is The Road'. Disc 2 includes all the songs from the Saturday night set counting down the years from 2008 - 1981. The audio from this night is also available on the Racket Records CD 'Tumbling Down The Years'. Disc 3 features all the long songs from the Sunday night 'Shortest Setlist in The World'. The audio from this night is also available on the Racket Records CD 'Size Matters'. Filmed with 16 Cameras by the makers of 'Somewhere in London', this DVD is the definitive Marillion Live experience. 47 songs spanning Marillion's 30 year career brought to you in a visually stunning format with uncompressed Stereo & DTS audio.
This release document's Steve Hogarth's joining Marillion, following the band during the release year of Seasons End. The original VHS release featured a selection of live tracks recorded at De Montfort Hall in Leicester on 24th April 1990. This original footage has been included as a Bonus Feature on the extended DVD edition, which now includes the Leicester concert in its entirety.
A world first and world record, this DVD was recorded on the Friday night of the Marillion Weekend 2003, mixed live, and available on the following Sunday, less than 2 days later! The DVD features a complete performance of the 'Afraid of Sunlight' album, plus the encores of the show (featuring the then-unreleased Marillion song 'Faith'). As a special bonus, all audience members are listed in the DVD credits.
"Live In London" is the documentation of a dream that long-time die-hard Testament fans have been waiting for: the reuniting of the band’s "classic" lineup. Featuring vocalist Chuck Billy, guitar virtuosos Eric Peterson and Alex Skolnick, bassist Greg Christian, and original drummer Louie Clemente (along with Testament & White Zombie alumnus John Tempesta as a second drummer), the band rips through classic Testament fan favorites in this show, shot in London earlier in 2005.
In 2005 Dutch guitarist/composer/producer/Ayreon mainman, Arjen A. Lucassen released the debut album of his new band Stream Of Passion. The album, Embrace The Strom, was way more modern than his Rock Operas and had a more gothic metal approach. The album went into the Dutch charts and Stream Of Passion toured Europe in early 2006. The band performed seven of their own songs plus a fine collection of Arjen Lucassen´s Ayreon classics, like Computer Eyes, Valley of the Queens, The Castle Hall, a collection of Human Equation songs and many others. For the Ayreon material the band were supported by Damian Wilson, who originally appeared on many of the Ayreon albums. The DVD was recorded in Rijssen, Holland on the 17th February 2006 and contains a bonus video clip, making of documentary, behind the scenes footage, a photo gallery and tour diary.
2003 live release for rock act featuring Arjen Anthony Lucassen (Ayreon), Russell Allan (Symphony X), Damian Wilson (ex-Threshold), & Floor Jansen (After Forever). This 'intergalactic' concert was captured in September 2002
This DVD captures the band's performance in Poland in 1998 during the Calling All Stations tour. Live In Poland features vocalist Ray Wilson, who replaced Phil Collins for the band's final album and tour. Includes the hits 'Land of Confusion,' 'Lamb Lies Down on Broadway,' 'Invisible Touch' and more.
A Sound Relief"" is the first official independent concert DVD by international well known Dutch rock band the Gathering. Disk I contains the live concert in DTS 5.1, recorded at the famous Paradiso in Amsterdam in front of an international audience on May 23rd and supported by a superb 3D animation projection show. Disk II features great bonus extra's like a tour video-impression, video interview and a TV special about 15 year the Gathering. The bonus disk also features a collection of the most beautiful 3D animation clips which were especially designed for the band by promising Dutch and Polish 3D artists Michel de Klein and Marcin Pazera.
This documentary, made over a period of eight years, tells the remarkable story of an extremely influential rock'n'roll band. Starting from their mid-60's garage band roots (sounding amazingly like the Sonics), the Motor City 5 deveoped into an icon for a brand of loud, crushing music reflecting their industrial roots. Even if you don't care for their music (and you're bound to like even a few of their songs), their story is fascinating. It combines 60's protest, youthful braggadocio, and a style of music that would help carry one to the likes of Iggy and the Stooges (not to mention certain aspects of punk rock). This film is clearly a labor of love, combining extraordinarily rare live shows, still shots, a nearly-continuous backdrop of MC5 tunes, penetrating interviews with the remaining members and their spouses, and even FBI surveillance shots. It's the ultimate testimonial to a band that only gains in stature as time goes on.
Live at Reading Festival, UK, 1997-08-24 So What (Anti-Nowhere League cover), Master of Puppets (Short Version), King Nothing, Sad But True, Fuel, Hero of the Day, Ain't My Bitch, One, Until It Sleeps, For Whom the Bell Tolls, Wherever I May Roam, Nothing Else Matters, Enter Sandman, Stone Cold Crazy (Queen cover), Creeping Death, Battery, Last Caress (Misfits cover), Motorbreath
While trailing Forest Ranger Charles Carter, who is suspected of permitting lumber man Henry Mitchell to cut restricted timber, Gene fires at a dangerous mountain lion and apparently kills Carter. Actually, Bill Wright, Mitchell's associate, killed Carter because the ranger had discovered tussock moth infestation in the forest, and if the infestation was not reported, the trees would die and have to be cut, thereby profiting Mitchell and Wright. In order to compensate the best he can, Gene sells his sportsman's camp and gives the money to Carter's daughter Helen . En route to Texas, Gene discovers the infestation and is assigned by the Forest Department to supervise the program of spraying the area with DDT from the air. After the first day of spraying, the DDT is blamed by furious stock men for the many animals found dead of poisoning.
Metallica perform live at the Olympic Main Stadium in Seoul, Korea in 2006, as part of their ESCAPE FROM THE STUDIO tour. Setlist: Creeping Death / Fuel / Wherever I May Roam / Harvester of Sorrow / Welcome Home (Sanitarium) / Frantic / The Unforgiven / For Whom the Bell Tolls / Orion (preceded by Pink Floyd's "One… more ) / Master of Puppets / Fade to Black / Battery / Sad but True / Nothing Else Matters / One / Enter Sandman / The Other New Song / Seek & Destroy
Coheed and Cambria Live at the Starland Ballroom