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Foo Fighters - Live At Wembley Stadium [Blu-ray]

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  • Actors: Foo Fighters
  • Directors: Foo Fighters
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, Color, NTSC
  • Language: Unknown (Dolby Digital 5.1), Unknown (PCM Stereo), Unknown (PCM Surround), Italian (Dolby Digital 5.1), English (DD 5.1 Surround), English (PCM Stereo)
  • Subtitles: Unknown
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: RCA
  • DVD Release Date: November 18, 2008
  • Run Time: 120 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (99 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001DCVP2G
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,909 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Product Description

Import only Blu-Ray Region All pressing. Foo Fighters have now immortalized for posterity their biggest ever headline stand with this 18-song DVD documenting their two sold out Wembley Stadium shows. The Wembley concerts, which took place Friday and Saturday June 6 and 7 of 2008, sold out within 24 hours, making them the biggest headline performances of the band's illustrious career--as well as the biggest Rock shows staged at the new Wembley to date. Live At Wembley Stadium is a career-spanning live opus, drawing on all six of Foo Fighters' studio albums, featuring classics "Times Like These," "Everlong," "Monkey Wrench," "All My Life" and "Learn To Fly" as well as new live staples including "Long Road To Ruin." The DVD also includes night two's historic encore, for which Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones of Led Zeppelin joined Grohl and Hawkins for renditions of "Rock and Roll" (with Hawkins on vocals and Grohl on drums) and "Ramble On" (with Grohl on vocals and Hawkins on drums). It concludes with a triumphant and highly emotional "Best Of You" with a closing chorus of 85,000 fans leaving Grohl visibly moved. Columbia.


1 The Pretender
2 Times Like These
3 No Way Back
4 Cheer Up, Boys
5 Learn To Fly
6 Long Road To Ruin
7 Breakout
8 Stacked Actors
9 Skin And Bones
10 Marigold
11 My Hero
12 Cold Day In The Sun
13 Everlong
14 Monkey Wrench
15 All My Life
16 Rock And Roll
17 Ramble On
18 Best Of You --Songs Perfromed

Customer Reviews

Have watched several times and have enjoyed it every time.
V. Neyra
The sound quality is very good, sounds great over the surround sound.
Dave Grohl and the rest of the Foo Fighters are amazing performers!

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

29 of 29 people found the following review helpful By D. Monaghan on December 30, 2008
Format: Blu-ray
I wasn't even a huge Foo Fighters fan before I bought this blu-ray disc - I was partially getting it for the Jimmy Page/John Paul Jones experience. Well that all changed in a matter of two seamless hours of spine tingling Rock 'N Roll! Folks, this is one of the best shows you'll *EVER* see.

After watching the disc for about the 10th time I'd have to say Dave's ferocity, accompanied by the insane jam session and drum solo during "Stacked Actors", makes this one of the best performances I've seen on video in the past 20 years. By the time Page and Jones come out it's like icing on top of icing on the cake - no wonder Dave breaks down like a little girl for a second. And when Dave switches with Taylor to pound on the pig skins for "Rock 'N Roll" and you see the look in his eyes, I do believe he's actually dead and in heaven. As for Taylor Hawkins nailing Robert Plant's vox (less the impossible highs)... WOW, who knew? I didn't. These guys are AMAZING. And to see every detail of them, their instruments, the crowd, and Wembley Stadium in fine detail is simply breathtaking.

The *only* flaw in the entire TWO HOUR performance (and I wasn't even going to mention this but I must because it's actually kinda funny) is Dave has no clue what half the lyrics are to Zep's "Ramble On". They should have titled the song "Mumble On" for the disc - it's all good though, the triangle solo makes up for it :)

As for anyone who complains about extras missing from the disc, all I have to say to that is, "86,000 FANS plus JOHN PAUL JONES and JIMMY PAGE for TWO ZEPPELIN SONGS" (THERE'S YOUR EXTRAS)!

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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By T. Scarillo VINE VOICE on November 23, 2008
Format: DVD
Overall, this is a near-great concert DVD - as the first reviewer said, "no frills" indeed (that's what i was also thinking while watching this)- there are no extras on this DVD but i'm not really complaining about that, as i seldom watch extras more than once anyway. The band has great energy for such a large venue (and i've been fortunate to see them in clubs here in LA, and they brought the same energy to Wembley as they did to the Fonda here. I was also at the filming of the acoustic Skin and Bones concert, and this DVD blows that one away - THIS Wembley DVD is the show you want). My ONLY complaint with this DVD is that for many of the fast songs, there's too much MTV-style fast cutting, which almost induced motion sickness in me as it was simply too fast to follow on the large screen i watched it on. Which is really a shame, because the camera work itself is stellar, some of the best close-up and composition work i've seen in a live concert DVD. They got some really excellent angles/shots consistently....too bad they couldn't be content to just let the angles run for more than a second or two. Sound is really good; setlist is good but everyone will complain something's missing (for me, it was "Let it Die" and "Summer's End"). The real cherry on the cake here is the Page-and-Jones appearance for two Zeppelin classics - Dave and Taylor can't contain their enthusiasm and it looks like everyone had a blast. Overall, a great band, in excellent form, making for a fine DVD that is highly recommended.
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Alpha Dog on November 19, 2008
Format: Blu-ray
I dare any Foo Fighter's fan to watch this concert video without getting a major case of goose bumps! If you've ever had the distinct pleasure of seeing Dave Grohl and company perform live, you will cherish every moment of this show. Wembley is a very grand, and fitting venue for one of the greatest live rock bands out there today. And after an hour and a half of non-stop, blood-pumping live jam, they bring out Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones for the encore...are you kidding me??! Gotta go...I'm still watching!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By H. Lanier on February 1, 2009
Format: Blu-ray
I saw this tour at Red Rocks, and thought it was solid. However, this DVD captures a truly great performance with some great surprises. The boys (and gal) aren't just slugging through the hits -- they're having the time of their lives. You always hear about those "amazing moments" and this DVD captures it perfectly. Looks and sounds amazing, too.

The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is because I personally wanted to hear some different songs on the setlist. If you dig this setlist, consider it a 5.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By km on November 19, 2008
Format: DVD
For what it is, it's hard to complain. In terms of the setlist, you can never have too many songs of course, but off the top of my head there aren't too many glaring omissions for a two-hour set... the last single "Let It Die" perhaps, and some might prefer to see something from the band's first album. It would've been nice to see "Aurora," which was strangely absent from "Skin and Bones."

As with their other concert videos, "Everywhere But Home" and "Skin and Bones," there aren't any extras, and despite the double listing here, you only get video of the 18 songs in 2.0 or 5.1 (and no DTS). Oh, and like those other videos, Dave's penchant for F-bombs in between songs is also on display here.

The band is in tight, top form here (no bridge jams that drag on) and they look like they're having fun. Dave and Taylor in particular really seem to be in awe of the giant crowd that's gathered to see them. The renditions of the songs are about what you'd expect, although "My Hero" is done acoustic-style. Taylor stays at the drums for "Cold Day," but Dave takes over for "Rock and Roll" while Taylor sings. My only quibble is that "Everlong" is done with Dave solo at first, saving the main quartet for the very end. (Personally, I prefer the energy of the normal arrangement. With this one, it feels like once things get good, it's over.)

All in all, it's a great hard rock complement for the acoustic "Skin and Bones" DVD, and arguably more of a keeper than "Everywhere But Home." Yeah, it'd be good to at least see some behind-the-scenes stuff if anything, but if you can get it for a good price, it's nice to have some of their newer songs on DVD.
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