MR. BIG and D-A-D are among the artists who were interviewed for the November 2009 show from TVRoxx, a new Internet TV station for hard rock and heavy metal based in Germany. Watch the entire program at this location.A teaser for the MR. BIG interview can be viewed below. Frontiers Records released MR. BIG's reunion live CD and DVD, entitled "Back To Budokan", on October 16 in Europe and October 27 in the USA. The set features footage of the band's June 20, 2009 performance at Budokan in Tokyo, Japan. MR. BIG issued a new "best-of" album titled "Next Time Around" on April 29 through WHD Entertaiment. The collection includes songs that were voted on by fans and contains two previously unreleased songs, "Next Time Around" (2009 remastered version) and "Hold Your Head Up" (2009 remastered version). It was made available as a limited deluxe edition with a bonus DVD. While D-A-D is touring Europe, the band is celebrating its 25-year anniversary by offering the very limited "Behind The Seen" vinyl featuring rare, unreleased and B-side songs. Only 500 copies were made worldwide. To order, go to this location. "The Overmuch Box", a collection of D-A-D's complete works in a box, was released on November 16. It contains — besides a CD with never previously released tracks and b-sides and a 160-page book about the band — remastered versions of the bands ten albums. All albums have been remastered by Chris Athens, who has previously mastered albums such as COLDPLAY's "X & Y", N*E*R*D's "Fly Or Die" and KELIS's "Tasty". Athens has also worked with remastering music of world artists like OZZY OSBOURNE and JOHNNY CASH.
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