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TRACK LISTING 1) Architecture & Morality 2) Sealand 3) The New Stone Age 4) Georgia 5) She's Leaving 6) Souvenir 7) Joan Of Arc 8) Joan Of Arc (Maid Of Orleans) 9) The Beginning And The End 10) Messages 11) Tesla Girls 12) Forever (Live And Die) 13) If You Leave 14) Pandora's Box 15) Talking Loud & Clear 16) So In Love 17) Locomotion 18) Sailing On The Seven Seas 19) Enola Gay 20) Walking On The Milky Way 21) Electricity 22) Romance Of The Telescope
BONUS FEATURES - 20-minute interview with the band. - Interview with director Hambi Haralambous, creator of the on stage films. - Three complete on stage films with audio.
Loved it !!! Awesome sound great selection of songs and if you closed your eyes you would think it was the greatest hits cd.
Get it, you won't be disappointed
Once again OMD confirms they were and are one of most interesting bands in the last thirty years. Great songs and lyrics and delivered in a most modern way for the new century.Published 15 months ago by Eric W Deyo
How good it was to see and hear OMD again. Even with the so called unorthodox way their albums were recorded and the way the band came together they were a great live performing... Read morePublished on September 12, 2010 by TDN
What a great DVD. Architecture and Morality plus a number of their hits. Great sound, clear, good bottom end. Video production is also first rate. Read morePublished on July 21, 2009 by J. Aiken
I love OMD, and this DVD did not disapoint. It's great to hear them perform all the songs from "Architecture and Morality" after all those years, but the party really starts, once... Read morePublished on April 20, 2009 by D. Christen
Wow! This is a stunner of a comeback concert. The sound is great. The visuals, done because Andy didn't think people would want to just watch old guys dance, are also great. Read morePublished on November 16, 2008 by Stephen Gold