THE 69 EYES: 'Best Of' CD, DVD Details Revealed

Finnish goth-metallers THE 69 EYES will release a new "best of" CD and their first-ever DVD on September 26 through Gaga Goodies/Poko Rekords/EMI. "Framed In Blood - The Very Blessed Of The 69 Eyes" is a compilation CD featuring THE 69 EYES' "goth 'n' roll classics," while the "Helsinki Vampires" DVD will include a live performance filmed at Tavastia in Helsinki last November along with all of the band's promo video clips and other extra material.

The complete track listing for the CD and DVD is as follows:

"Framed In Blood - The Very Blessed Of The 69 Eyes" CD:

01. Brandon Lee
02. Dance D'Amour
03. Gothic Girl
04. Wasting The Dawn
05. Crashing High
06. The Chair
07. Velvet Touch (original)
08. Call Me
09. Stolen Season
10. Betty Blue
11. Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams
12. Framed in Blood
13. Tang
14. Too Much to Lose
15. Still Waters Run Deep
16. Ghettowar Car
17. Lay Down Your Arms, Girl
18. Babysitter

"Helsinki Vampires" DVD:

Live at Tavastia Club in Helsinki, Finland in November 2002
(5.1 live sound mixed by T.T. Oksala)

Videos:
01. Betty Blue
02. Dance d'Amour
03. The Chair
04. Brandon Lee
05. Gothic Girl
06. Wasting The Dawn
07. Call Me
08. Mr. Pain

Extras:
- "Beyond The Dawn"
Director's cut of "Wasting The Dawn" the video by Sökö Kaukoranta
- "From Russia With Goth"
THE 69 EYES in Moscow March 2003, filmed by Jyrki 69
- "The 69 Eyes Over Germany"
photography by Tobias Seeliger

+Interviews with The Vampires, Discography

THE 69 EYES will embark on a tour of Finland in November playing a very special "Framed In Blood" set consisting tracks from the upcoming compilation. Meanwhile, THE 69 EYES have been busy writing new material for their next album, including a track called "Lost Boys", which they performed during their live appearances this summer. Band leader Jyrki 69 describes the musical direction of the new album as "gothic voodoo rock", having drawn inspiration from his travels to Benin and Togo, West Africa this past spring.

Upcoming THE 69 EYES tour dates:

Aug. 29 – Weeze, GER @ Terremoto Festival
Nov. 01 – Helsinki, FIN @ Nosturi
Nov. 04 – Lappeenranta, FIN @ Hotelli Lappee
Nov. 07 – Seinäjoki, FIN @ Duuni
Nov. 13 – Jyväskylä, FIN @ Lutakko
Nov. 16 – Oulu, FIN @ Ravintola Foxia
Nov. 26 – Järvenpää, FIN @ Yano-bar
Nov. 28 – Turku, FIN @ Feenix
Dec. 03 – Helsinki, FIN @ Tavastia

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