WOLFMOTHER: 'Please Experience' DVD To Receive North American Release This Week
WOLFMOTHER's first live DVD, "Please Experience Wolfmother: Live", will receive a North American release on November 20 via Interscope. Available in Australia since September 10, the disc is a live recording of the band's Sydney homecoming last year at the Hordern Pavilion. The stars of "Jackass" whip the crowd into a frenzy with an introduction by Johnny Knoxville and Bam Magera. Bonus features include further live performances from Brixton Academy and the ARIA Awards ceremony, plus five promo videos and "Meet the Mother", an exclusive introduction to the band.
"Please Experience Wolfmother: Live" DVD track listing:
03. Apple Tree
04. White Unicorn
05. Love Train
09. Mind's Eye
12. Joker & the Thief
* Joker & The Thief (Live at the Aria Awards Ceremony, Sydney, Australia, 2006)
* Dimension (Live at Brixton Academy, London, UK, 2006)
* Love Train (Live at Brixton Academy, London, UK, 2006)
* Joker & the Thief (Music video)
* White Unicorn (Music video)
* Love Train (Music video)
* Mind's Eye (Music video)
* Woman (Music video)
* "Meet the Mother": An Introduction to the Band
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