DOPE Release First Official DVD

According to, DOPE have released their first official DVD. Entitled "The Videos", the disc contains 18 full-length videos spanning the band's entire career thus far. There are only 1,000 of these DVDs in print and they can only be purchased at the group's live shows.

"The Videos" DVD track listing:

01. Falling Away
02. Bitch (uncensored)
03. Bitch (censored)
04. I Am
05. Motivation
06. Sing
07. Now Is The Time
08. Paranoia
09. Bring It On
10. Another Day Goes By
11. Today Is The Day
12. Burn
13. Easier
14. So Low
15. Now Or Never
16. Everything Sucks
17. Sick
18. The Franklins (bonus video)

As previously reported, DOPE are scheduled to release their fourth album, "American Apathy", in early 2005. A brief clip of the album's first single, "No Way Out", can currently be heard at the band's official web site,


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