We Will Rock You (2007)
Film of Queen’s live concert in Montreal, Canada 1981. Featuring Freddie Mercury, Brian May, John Deacon, and Roger Taylor.
U2: Vertigo 2005 – Live from Chicago (2005)
The DVD features 23 electric performances, with songs drawn from across the bands entire career – from first album fan favorites such as “Electric Co,” through U2 classics such as “Pride…,” “New Years Day” and “Where the Streets Have No Name” and right up to date with “Vertigo” the smash hit that launched this years #1 studio album “How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb.”
Avril Lavigne: The Best Damn Tour – Live in Toronto (2008)
Pop-punk princess Avril Lavigne plays the hits that earned her legions of screaming fans (and launched a thousand ringtones) on The Best Damn Tour, a full-length presentation of her 2008 concert in Toronto. Opening with monster hit “Girlfriend,” Lavigne rocks through every one of her major singles, including “Complicated,” “My Happy Ending,” and the ubiquitous “Sk8R BOI.” 01. Girlfriend 02. I Can Do Better 03. Complicated 04. My Happy Ending 05. I’m With You 06. I Always Get What I Want (Linkin Park Instrumental — Dancers Only) 07. When You’re Gone 08. Innocence 09. Don’t Tell Me 10. Hot 11. Losing Grip (Joan Jett Cover, “Bad Reputation”) 12. Eeverything Back But You 13. Runaway / Mickey (Toni Basil Song – Partial) 14. The Best Damn Thing 15. I Don’t Have To Try 16. He Wasn’t 17. SK8R Boi
Evanescence: Anywhere But Home (2004)
Famed music video director Hamish Hamilton (Madonna, U2) captures in this spectacular 14 camera shoot the energy of Grammy-winning rock group Evanescence in a live performance from the band’s concert at the Zenith in Paris, France, on May 25th, 2004. The set list includes: “Haunted”, “Going Under”, “Taking Over Me”, “Everybody’s Fool”, “Thoughtless”, “My Last Breath”, “Farther Away”, “Breathe no More”, “My Immortal”, “Bring Me to Life”, “Tourniquet”, “Imaginary”, and “Whisper”. Also contains music videos “My Immortal”, “Everybody’s Fool”, “Bring Me to Life” and “Going Under” as well as behind the scenes documentaries “Life On the Road”, “Showtime”, “Bloopers”, “Evanescence Unleashed” and End credits: “Missing” as well as “Bring Me to Life” (Live in Las Vegas, included as an easter egg).
Coldplay: Live 2003 (2003)
Features Coldplay in a 90 minute live DVD shoot taken from their performances at the Horden Pavilion in Sydney, Australia, in July 21st and 22nd, 2003. Tracks include the hits “Politik”, “Yellow”, “Trouble”, “Clocks” and many more. Also features 2 previously unreleased live tracks: “The One I Love” and “Moses”.
Tiësto in Concert (2003)
Tiësto In Concert is truly a groundbreaking event in the history of dance music! For the first time on our planet, one DJ, Tiësto has filled a soccer stadium with 25,000 people for an 8 hour performance/set. The show featured guest singers, live bands and performers, plus stunning visual effects.
The Last House on the Left (1972)
Mari and Phyllis go to the “big city” to see their favorite band BloodLust. Along the way they meet up with newly escaped convict Krug and his gang.
This Is It (2009)
A compilation of interviews, rehearsals and backstage footage of Michael Jackson as he prepared for his series of sold-out shows in London.
Jeff Tweedy: Sunken Treasure – Live in the Pacific Northwest (2006)
Sunken Treasure follows Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy on his February 2006 solo acoustic tour. The footage was recorded over five nights and features songs from three of his current and former bands: Wilco, Uncle Tupelo, and Loose Fur, plus an unreleased track, “The Thanks I Get.” The film is directed by documentarians Christoph Green and Brendan Canty, himself the former drummer of Fugazi.
Daniel, the Wizard
Evil assassins want to kill Daniel Küblböck, the third runner up for the German Idols.
The Corrs Live at Lansdowne Road
Irish-Celtic-pop siblings, The Corrs, perform songs from their first two albums for 43,000 fans at Lansdowne Road, Dublin’s old rugby fields.
The Rolling Stones: Gimme Shelter
This documentary of the Rolling Stones’ 1969 US tour has become a legendary, harrowing symbol of the tragic demise of the “Peace and Love” era. After a successful tour across the US, the Rolling Stones gave a free December concert at Altamont Speedway in California with the Grateful Dead, Ike and Tina Turner, Jefferson Airplane, and the Flying Burrito Brothers. The band unwisely selected the Hells Angels to provide security, and the bikers resorted to violence to keep the stoned, restless, and often naked crowd in line. The result: dozens of injuries and the on-screen stabbing of a young black man (during “Sympathy for the Devil”) by one of the concert’s staff security. In a manipulative but effective move, the Maysles brothers filmed Mick Jagger in the editing room witnessing the on-camera murder for the first time. The film also works as a rock-and-roll document, capturing the band at their most relaxed, intoxicating, and electrifying.
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