10 Years of Westlife: Live at Croke Park
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PAL/Region 0. After a staggering 10 years at the top of the UK charts, pop royalty Westlife release an amazing live DVD of their massive Croke Park stadium concert. On the 1st June 2008 Westlife returned to their home country of Ireland to play the biggest concert of their career to date. Fresh from the success of their massive 'Back Home' world tour, the band played to a sell-out, 82,500 strong crowd at Croke Park Stadium, Dublin in honour of Westlife's 10th anniversary. A truly unforgettable occasion for Kian, Mark, Nicky and Shane. This beautifully shot DVD perfectly captures the emotion, intensity, spirit and magical moments of the concert and is a must have for any fans that want a true reminder of this very special day.The DVD also features an amazing 30 minute behind the scenes documentary, 'The Road Home', allowing up close and personal access to the world's biggest boy band. Fans will get to see Westlife in the lead-up to the concert, preparing, planning and rehearsing for the greatest show of their lives. Also featured are the Top 10 Westlife videos as voted for by the fans on westlife.com.
1.Hit You With The Real thing
2.World of our own
4.What Makes A Man
6.The Easy Way
7.If I Let You Go
9.Sexyback/Blame It on The Boogie
10.Get Down On It
11.I'm your Man
12.Let Me Entertain You
13.I'm Already There
15.Queen Of My Heart
17.Catch My Breath
19.Us Against The World
20.Swear It Again
21.Flying Without Wings
22.When You're Looking Like That
23.My Heart Will Go On/You Raise Me Up
24. Bonus - The Road Home Documentary
25. Bonus - Top 10 Westlife Videos as Voted By Fans --Tracklisting
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This concert in Croke Park in Ireland, is what they worked for and dreamed about. The fans loved it and so did I. There is a mix of songs from the beginning of their career to now, plus a few just for fun.
I wish Westlife was better known in the U.S., but, hey, they are doing well all over the rest of the world, so maybe that is okay. If you want to watch a concert put on by four Irish lads who love what they do, and it shows, this is the one to get.