Monday, April 16, 2012

Velvet Revolver: Live DVD due next month

Velvet Revolver remains in limbo, without a singer and a focus, as band members continue to work on other projects.

Revolver has yet to pick up the pieces following the 2008 departure of singer Scott Weiland, who left for a return to Stone Temple Pilots.

In the meantime, fans can relive some of the VR excitement with the release next month of “Let It Roll – Live In Germany.”

Due May 25, the disc was filmed at the Palladium in Cologne, Germany in March 2008 for the legendary German TV series "Rockpalast." The concert was near the end of the tour for their second album "Libertad" and came just a few days before the band went on hiatus following the departure of singer Scott Weiland.

The set draws heavily on the "Libertad" album but also features tracks from their debut album "Contraband" and covers of STP and Guns N’ Roses tracks.

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"Let It Roll - Live In Germany"

Release date: May 25, 2012

01. Let It Roll
02. She Mine
03. Do It For The Kids
04. Just Sixteen
05. Big Machine
06. American Man
07. Vasoline
08. The Last Fight
09. Interstate Love Song
10. Patience
11. She Builds Quick Machines
12. Get Out The Door
13. Fall To Pieces
14. It's So Easy
15. Set Me Free
16. Mr Brownstone
17. Sex Type Thing
18. Slither

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Velvet Revolver – It’s So Easy
The Palladium - Cologne, Germany – March 29, 2008

Velvet Revolver – The Last Fight
The Palladium - Cologne, Germany – March 29, 2008

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