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Suicidal Tendencies Announces "Live At The Olympic Auditorium" DVD Tracklisting

Suicidal Tendencies has revealed the full tracklisting for the band's upcoming "Live At The Olympic Auditorium" DVD. The band's first official DVD ever will street January 26, 2010 via the band’s own imprint, Suicidal Records. The approximately 80-minute DVD features 16 tracks including ST classics “Institutionalized,” “War Inside My Head,” and “Possessed To Skate.”

Elaborated Suicidal Tendencies founding vocalist Mike Muir: "The band started getting emails from some crazy guy that always said, 'I know you'll probably think I'm crazy, but I'm not. I'm wanna book ST for a show and I got this idea...'. Well, one by one we shot down the 'unique' ideas until one time he emailed and said the Olympic Auditorium was being bought by a Korean Church. Shouldn't it be sent off with a special last gig? The band agreed and then the work began. The promoter -- Evel Dick Donato who went on to win Big Brother -- tells a bit about the show, making of etc. on the intro. Lots of drama, none more than the day before the show when I woke up and couldn't walk. But the show must go on and the back surgery would have to wait till afterwards. SUICIDAL recorded live at the Olympic Auditorium in front of 4,000 Cycos...but now you can enjoy it in the safety of your living room."

Here's the complete "Live At The Olympic Auditorium" DVD tracklisting:

1. Intro
2. I Shot Reagan
3. War Inside My Head
4. Subliminal
5. Ain’t Gonna Take It
6. Suicidal Failure
7. We Are Family
8. Possessed To Skate
9. I Saw Your Mommy
10. Waking The Dead
11. Show Some Love...Tear It Down!
12. Cyco Vision
13. Two-Sided Politics
14. Won’t Fall In Love Today
15. Institutionalized
16. Pledge Your Allegiance

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3 Comments on "Suicidal Tendencies Announces DVD Tracklisting"

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1. METAL213 writes:

WTF? Where's "How Will I Laugh Tomorrow", "Trip at the Brain", or "Can't Bring Me Down". Hell, I would like to hear "Send Me Your Money" Kinda disapointing setlist

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2. jimmyw writes:

Yeah, kinda dissappointing setlist. Nothing from Lights, camera, Revolution and no How Will I Laugh Tomorrow or We Call This Mutha Revenge or Captain Stupid? The list looks good, but missing a lot! Any special feature / bonus stuff?

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3. WOLF7 writes:

Agreed, guys.
It seems to me that ST has purely gone back to their hardcore roots and are now ignoring all the How Will I / Lights Camera Revolution period tracks which is a shame.

Btw, what's your fav ST track? Just curious... I'd go for Trip At The Brain, or Disco's out, Murder's In. Probably Trip

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