DREAM THEATER Drummer's LED ZEPPELIN Tribute Band Release Live CD/DVD

DREAM THEATER drummer Mike Portnoy's LED ZEPPELIN tribute band HAMMER OF THE GODS — also featuring Paul Gilbert (RACER X, ex-MR.BIG) on guitar, Dave LaRue (DIXIE DREGS, PLANET X) on bass and Daniel Gildenlöw (PAIN OF SALVATION) on vocals — have just released a double CD and DVD, entitled "Two Nights In North America", exclusively via the online store at www.mikeportnoy.com. The track listing for both titles is as follows:

One Night In Montreal:

01. The Song Remains the Same
02. Heartbreaker
03. Livin' Lovin' Maid (She's Just a Woman)
04. The Rover
05. Houses of the Holy
06. Misty Mountain Hop
07. Immigrant Song
08. The Rain Song
09. Dazed and Confused

One Night In New York City:

01. In the Light
02. Celebration Day
03. Night Flight
04. The Wanton Song
05. Out on the Tiles
06. Moby Dick / Drum Solo
07. Ten Years Gone
08. Black Dog
09. The Ocean
10. Thank You
11. How Many More Times
12. I'm Gonna Crawl

Click here to view the DVD trailer.


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