MICHAEL SCHENKER GROUP: U.S. Edition Of Live DVD To Include Bonus CD
According to Amazon.com, the first 3,000 units of the U.S. edition of MICHAEL SCHENKER GROUP's new live DVD, "World Wide Live 2004", will be packaged with a free full-length CD. However, according to Metal Mind Productions, the Japanese edition will not include a free CD. "World Wide Live 2004" is scheduled for release in the U.S. on October 5 (one day earlier in Europe).
MICHAEL SCHENKER "World Wide Live 2004" DVD track listing:
01. Ready to Rock
02. Mother Mary
03. Assault Attack
04. Let It Roll
05. Lights Out
06. Rock'n'roll Believer
08. Into the Arena
09. Only You Can Rock Me
10. On and On
11. Too Hot to Handle
12. Attack of the Mad Axeman
13. Armed and Ready
14. Doctor Doctor
15. Rock Bottom
+ Bonus: Interview
The disc will reportedly feature Dolby Digital 5.1 surround sound and will include an interview.
(Thanks: Michael Schenker News And Tour Information)
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