Garbage: One Mile High... Live
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- Language: : English
- Product Dimensions : 19.05 x 13.97 x 1.27 cm; 90.72 Grams
- Item Model Number : 26922993
- Media Format : Color, Multiple Formats, NTSC
- Run time : 1 hour and 56 minutes
- Release date : 28 May 2013
- Studio : Uni Dist Corp (Music)
- ASIN : B00CA4S1PA
- Number of discs : 1
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After a five year break, 2012 saw Garbage back in the spotlight with a new studio album Not Your Kind Of People followed by their first world tour for seven years. Filmed on this tour at the Ogden Theatre in Denver, Colorado on October 6th, One Mile High...Live is the first ever DVD release of a full Garbage live concert. Charismatic singer Shirley Manson leads from the front propelled by the twin guitars of Steve Marker and Duke Erikson and the powerhouse drumming of Butch Vig with Eric Avery providing bass guitar for the live shows. The band mix highlights from the new album with classic tracks from across their career to produce the ultimate Garbage live experience.
Pre-show Warm Up / Music videos for Big Bright World and Blood For Poppies / Featurettes: (1) Automatic Systematic (2) Battle In Me (3) Big Bright World (4) Blood For Poppies (5) Control.
1) Automatic System Habit 2) I Think I'm Paranoid 3) Shut Your Mouth 4) Why Do You Love Me 5) Queer 6) Stupid Girl 7) Hammering In My Head 8) Control 9) #1 Crush 10) Cherry Lips 11) Big Bright World 12) Blood For Poppies 13) Special 14) Milk 15) Battle In Me 16) Push It 17) Only Happy When It Rains 18) Supervixen 19) The Trick Is To Keep Breathing 20) Vow 21) Time Will Destroy Everything (End Credits)
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Recorded in Denver in October of 2012 the band play tracks off all 5 studio albums which if you are familiar with you know sticks to their pop-rock fusion that has served them so well since 1995. The set begins with the trippy dance sounding "Automatic Systematic Habit" which is full of big poppy beats backed by guitars and loads of vocal effects. The bands mixes in the old tracks with the new and play to a packed crowd in a cramped arena. They don't rely on any fancy video screens instead the members take centre stage with fiery lead singer Shirley Manson draped in all black. Some of the older songs get slight make overs most notably "Stupid Girl" and "Only Happy When It Rains". In all the band play a 20 song set with fourth album "Bleed Like Me" only being represented by the superb "Why Do You Love Me".
Off the new songs from "Not Your Kind Of People" the ones that stand out most are the heavy "Battle In Me" and "Control" with its great slow build up and great use of harmonica. The band are again joined by ex-Jane's Addiction bassist Eric Avery. They finish with their very first single "Vow" with its chopped up guitar sound still sounding as fresh as ever. The picture is crystal clear and sound is great, especially in 5.1.
This is Garbage's first official live release and is long overdue and shows Garbage still have a life left in them, also included is a look at how five of the tracks from "Not Your Kind Of People" came to life including "Automatic Systematic Habit", "Control", "Big Bright World", "Blood For Poppies" and "Battle In Me". The two black and white music videos for "Blood For Poppies" and "Big Bright World" are also included.