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Sound Tribe Sector 9 - Live as the Time Changes



Sound Tribe Sector 9 Live as the Time Changes
Sound Tribe Sector 9 - Live as the Time Changes
(DVD) 13'20 Records, 2006-10-03

Tracklisting :
01. Open E
02. Instantly
03. Moonsocket
04. Pianoir
05. Ramone & Emiglio
06. Aimlessly
07. Somesing
08. Warrior
09. Dance
10. Glogli
11. Music, Us
12. Evasive Maneuvers
13. Kamuy
14. Baraka

Links :
sts9.com
myspace.com/sts9
1320records.com

Note : STS9's first live concert DVD! Produced by Anonymous Content / Engine 7 and filmed live on December 29, 30, 31, 2006 at Atlanta's Tabernacle.

Press release :
2006 welcomes the release of STS9's first ever concert DVD, "Live as Time Changes". Recorded over the course of the bands legendary sold out three night '05-'06 New Year's Eve run at Atlanta, GA's Tabernacle, "Live as Time Changes" for the first time captures the excitement, sights and sounds of the live STS9 experience on DVD. With both new, never released, songs and long time fan favorites, close-ups and backstage footage, "Live as Time Changes" is sure to please any music lover. This Fall Tour celebrates the release of STS9's "Live as Time Changes".
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