Live at the Apollo 2010

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Live at the Apollo
Video by The Stranglers
Released2010
Recorded19 March 2010
GenreRock
LabelCoursegood
DirectorDave Meehan
ProducerDave Meehan
The Stranglers video chronology
Rattus at the Roundhouse
(2007)
Live at the Apollo
(2010)
 
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Live at the Apollo
Video by The Stranglers
Released2010
Recorded19 March 2010
GenreRock
LabelCoursegood
DirectorDave Meehan
ProducerDave Meehan
The Stranglers video chronology
Rattus at the Roundhouse
(2007)
Live at the Apollo
(2010)

Live at the Apollo[1] is a live DVD recording by The Stranglers of their concert at The Hammersmith Apollo, London, on 19 March 2010. The sell-out return to Hammersmith featured a set-list drawing from across their 23 year recording career, from 'Down in The Sewer' off 1977's debut Album Rattus Norvegicus to New Release 'Retro Rockets'.[2] The concert was part of 'The Decades Apart Tour 2010', to promote the double CD compilation album Decades Apart that was released at the same time and included tracks from all 16 of the bands studio albums to date. Initial released as a Double Disc package, which included a Live CD from the same concert, subsequent issue was the DVD only.

Track listings[edit]

DVD[edit]

  1. Time To Die
  2. Go Buddy Go
  3. Grip
  4. Curfew
  5. Norfolk Coast
  6. Skin Deep
  7. Always The Sun
  8. Strange Little Girl
  9. Golden Brown
  10. Walk on By
  11. Retro Rockets
  12. Genetix
  13. Nice 'N Sleazy
  14. Peaches
  15. Lost Control
  16. Spectre of Love
  17. Down In The Sewer
  18. Nuclear Device
  19. Duchess
  20. 5 Minutes
  21. Something Better Change
  22. Hanging Around
  23. No More Heroes

CD[edit]

  1. Time To Die
  2. Go Buddy Go
  3. Grip
  4. Curfew
  5. Walk on By
  6. Genetix
  7. Nice 'N Sleazy
  8. Peaches
  9. Lost Control
  10. Spectre of Love
  11. Down In The Sewer
  12. Nuclear Device
  13. Duchess
  14. 5 Minutes
  15. Something Better Change
  16. Hanging Around
  17. No More Heroes

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Live at the Apollo 2010 DVD". Retrieved 28 October 2012. 
  2. ^ "UberRock Gig Review". Retrieved 07 January 2014.