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  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: Italian (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: Unknown
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: RCA
  • DVD Release Date: November 10, 2009
  • Run Time: 100 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (49 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002KD0OSI
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #86,359 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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1. Introduction (Live At The O2 Arena, London, England) 2. Notion (Live At The O2 Arena, London, England) 3. Be Somebody (Live At The O2 Arena, London, England) 4. Tapper Jean Girl (Live At The O2 Arena, London, England) 5. My Party (Live At The O2 Arena, London, England) 6. Molly's Chambers (Live At The O2 Arena, London, England) 7. Red Morning Light (Live At The O2 Arena, London, England) 8. Fans (Live At The O2 Arena, London, England) 9. California Waiting (Live At The O2 Arena, London, England) 10. Milk (Live At The O2 Arena, London, England) 11. Closer (Live At The O2 Arena, London, England) 12. Crawl (Live At The O2 Arena, London, England) 13. Four Kicks (Live At The O2 Arena, London, England) 14. Charmer (Live At The O2 Arena, London, England) 15. Sex On Fire (Live At The O2 Arena, London, England) 16. The Bucket (Live At The O2 Arena, London, England) 17. On Call; On Call\ Cold Desert (Live At The O2 Arena, London, England) 18. Cold Desert (Live At The O2 Arena, London, England) 19. Use Somebody (Live At The O2 Arena, London, England) 20. Slow Night, So Long (Live At The O2 Arena, London, England) 21. Knocked Up; Knocked Up\ Manhattan (Live At The O2 Arena, London, England) 22. Manhattan (Live At The O2 Arena, London, England) 23. Black Thumbnail (Live At The O2 Arena, London, England) 24. Credits (5.1 Surround Mix)

Customer Reviews

The performance is amazing!
Justin Nixon
Kings of Leon are sometimes criticized for not being as animated as some bands, but they always sound amazing and I think the music speaks for itself.
Filazafer
The blu ray has great video and awesome sound.
Matthew Merkley

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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By T. Scarillo VINE VOICE on November 10, 2009
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
The DVD of Kings of Leon Live at the O2 is stellar - maybe one of the best concert DVD's I've seen anytime recently (and i watch a lot of this type of stuff on DVD). It captures a great concert from June of 2009, from the "Only By The Night" tour, and the performance for the UK crowd probably kicked it up a notch, as they were much bigger in the UK, years before they broke big in America (despite being from here). KOL gets better and better with each album, and I'm of the opinion that the latest album's songs are the ones that come off the best here (though that might be because this album is my favorite), but there's really not a bum track on the disc. Hilights (for me) here include "Molly's Chambers", "Closer", "Crawl", "Sex on Fire", "Use Somebody" and "Knocked Up". The cinematography is excellent - lots of really great angles, nice close-ups, and the editing is better than average in that they only go to fast-MTV cuts on the faster songs (one of my big criticisms of concert DVD's is that there is usually motion-sickness inducing fast-edits, but that's kept pretty much in restraint here). I watched it on a big screen (off my projector) and there was very nice definition/sharpness to the image (not sure if this is available on Blu-Ray but the regular DVD looks awesome - i could see faces in the crowd clearly, on the shots from the stage) and the 5.1 sound mix is nice and clear (KOL's album engineers handled the mix on this too). Generous running time - an hour-forty, 22 songs, no other extras, but I didn't care about that - the music/performance on this is SO GOOD, anything else would've just gotten in the way. Highest recommendation on this DVD - if you're a KOL fan, this is a must-have.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Gary Covington on November 13, 2009
Format: DVD
This is a great Kings of Leon Concert DVD, and it ROCKS!!! It was filmed on June 30, 2009, at the "02 Colisium" in London, before a capacity crowd of 18,000 screaming fans. It consists of 22 songs, and has an approximate running time of 100 minutes. This band was featured in the Rolling Stone, a few months ago. Their picture was on the cover. These brothers and cousin - Nathan Followill, Caleb Followill, Jared Followill, & Matthew Followill, were raised in the Southern U.S.A., and currently live in the Nashville area.

This band is currently one of the "hotest" rock bands in the world, and this concert dvd certainly proves why!!! This band has a unique sound, that is all their own. I don't think any other band could duplicate their sound. This concert features some of their songs from the "Only by the Night" Album Cd, along with some of their classics. Plus this band, is one of the best bands to emerge within the current decade. It's an original band with all original songs.

Don't believe the review of this dvd in the current issue of the Rolling Stone (they gave it only a 2 star, and they really didn't know what they were talking about.) This band gives it's all in performing before this 18,000 fan capacity crowd. There are no mediocre performances. This band performs extremely well on each and every song. They knew this was being filmed for a dvd. Their lead man Caleb Followill has some excellent interaction with the crowd. Plus, the crowd is really into this concert.

All the songs on this dvd were written by the band members themselves. The Key Tracks include: Use Somebody, Sex on Fire, Notion, Molly's Chambers, On Call and the Bucket. All the other songs are very good also.

This is a GREAT CONCERT DVD, the filming, the sound, the audience are all GREAT, making this one GREAT Concert DVD!!! If you love Rock, you'll love this one. Thanks!!!!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By G. Cancilla on November 19, 2009
Format: DVD
This is a great concert DVD. Before this, my favorite live concert DVD was U2 Go Home live at Slane CastleU2 Go Home - Live From Slane Castle (Limited Edition Packaging) but this DVD is right on par. KOL was relatively unknown except for college play until the recent mainstream radio play of "Sex on Fire" but in my opinion one of the best groups and hardest working for quite some time. The band is made up of three brothers, and their cousin, from Tennessee but it is not country or southern rock. If you're looking for backstage commentary or behind the scenes buy something else. Nothing but good ole rock-n-roll on this DVD. They play a lot of the older music like California Waiting, Molly Chambers and On Call plus the new ones like Sex on Fire and Notion. It was hard to find anything to complain about but I did find one thing. Trani wasn't included. I gave it 5 stars only because I couldn't give it 4 and 9/10 because of the lack of Trani. Buy this DVD, turn out the lights, turn the volume up to 11 and wear this sucker out.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By J. Geib on December 17, 2009
Format: DVD
I have around 60 musical concerts on DVD, and I added this one to my collection today as an impulse buy from Best Buy. I've heard OF KOL, but I've never actually heard a song by them. Because of the name recognition, I decided to give this DVD a try since I know they are similar to other bands I enjoy. I'm glad I did.

Just so you understand where I'm coming from when reviewing this concert/DVD, my musical tastes include Sting (Police and solo), Billy Joel, Michael Jackson, Creed, Earl Klugh, Spyro Gyra, Bella Fleck and the Flecktones, Rush, Ray Lamontagne, Older Garth Brooks, Yes, Allman Brothers, Eric Clapton, Genesis, Norah Jones, Brian Eno, Chick Corea, Joe Satriani, Joe Bonamassa, Jeff Beck, and dozens of others. I'm also a keyboard player.

This DVD fits somewhere in between a few of the bands I'm familiar with and that I've enjoyed over the years. Musically KOL has some great guitar work, good drumming and good vocals. You can actually understand most of the lyrics, which I generally prefer. There is a lot going on in their compositions without too much repetition.

For my taste in concert DVDs (I like them to be filmed as if I'm there watching from different vantage points), the camera work is a 3 1/2 out of 5. I can't stand concerts where the camera jumps randomly from performer to performer, missing guitar solos. (I.E. Coldplay Live 2003) The camera work is pretty good here, and focuses on the performer during the solos and key parts of the song. A lot of crowd shots, but usually panning shots, which is pleasant.

Sound quality is pretty good (Anthem AVM20, Paradigm Signature 100's, AVM50, Servo-15, ADP's), and picture quality is average.
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