A Flock of Seagulls Music Video Anthology & 2004 Reunion Documentary & Live in 2005 (2 Hours)

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This DVD collection includes FOURTEEN RARE music videos (including alternate versions), 2004 reunion documentary which includes live performances from ALL ORIGINAL BAND MEMBERS in 2004 and another live performances from JUNE 2005 listed below.

 

1. It’s Not Me Talking
2. I Ran (Original Conceptual Version1)
3. Space Age Love Song
4. Nightmares
5. Wishing (If I had a Photograph of You)
6. The More You Live, The More You Love (Superimposed Version 2)
7. Never Again (The Dancer)
8. Heart Beat Like a Drum
9. Wishing (If I had a Photograph of You) (VH1 Classic Version Complete)
10. The More You Live, The More You Love (Original Conceptual Version 1) RARE
11. Space Age Love Song (VH1C Version)
12. I Ran (Pop Up Version 2)
13. I Ran (Live ’97 Version 3)
14. Nightmares (VH1C Version)
15. VH1’s Bands Reunited 01/21/04: This documentary includes In-depth interviews and profile of FOS as the host seeks out original members for a reunion concert in London, England. (45 Minutes)
16. Hit Me Baby 1 One Time 06/02/05: Opening, each week artists and bands from the past perform there hit song as well as a new song from another artist or band to compete for a $20,000.00 prize to be donated to their chosen charity. Flock Of Seagulls perform I Ran & On The Way Down LIVE

TOTAL RUNNING TIME is just under TWO HOURS with basic start up menu options for each section of the DVD.

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Weight .25 lbs

1 review for A Flock of Seagulls Music Video Anthology & 2004 Reunion Documentary & Live in 2005 (2 Hours)

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Pony Cecil

    Excellent customer service, and fast shipping. I was very impressed with the professional quality. You can not find a collection like this anywhere else. I especially like the VH1 “Bands Reunited” episode. I saw that when it was originally on in 2004 and always wanted to see it again. Absolutely the best. At that time the bands original line up had not been together for 20 years. This is an in depth documentary as well, and it was so good to see the original members get together and perform again, what a treat. So overall, thanks to “MVR” you can see some of the best early MTV had to offer, as you soar through surreal soundscapes with “A FLOCK OF SEAGULLS”.

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