THE ALMIGHTY: 'Official Bootleg' DVD Now Available

Reactivated rockers THE ALMIGHTY have released a limited number of copies of their live DVD, entitled "Official Bootleg", featuring their benefit show performance at Glasgow Garage in January 2006. All proceeds go directly to leukaemia research. The full DVD tracklisting is as follows:

01. Welcome to Defiance
02. Wrench
03. Destroyed
04. Over The Edge
05. Way Beyond Belief
06. Bandaged Knees
07. Unreal Thing
08. Addiction
09. Jonestown Mind
10. All Sussed Out
11. Jesus Loves You
12. Free and Easy
13. Crucify
14. Full Force
15. Wild and Wonderful
16. Cowboy Song
17. Do You Understand

The band played two sold-out benefit shows in aid of leukaemia research. They reformed to help the charity and support bassist Floyd London who had just finished aggressive treatment for acute myeloid leukaemia. THE ALMIGHTY has raised £25,000 for the charity to date and hopea to continue adding to that figure and The Almighty Fund with the release of this live bootleg!

Floyd says: "This night, for many reasons was possibly the best night of my life. It was such a tremendous feeling getting back on stage with my old bandmates, the old adrenaline high, the noise, the intense ALMIGHTY crowd. A real natural high having you guys there, faces old and new, like 10 years had dissappeared. You came from far and wide, from all over Europe and even the USA, Canada and Japan. Wow this was always going to be so cool! To top this off, I had just come through the toughest battle of my life, stronger, wiser and a better person. Cleansed by my close call, everything was shiny and new! It was a monumental occasion for me and for us as a band. I hope you'll agree we caught some of the electric atmosphere from that night!"

The DVD is available to buy online at this location.


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