Scissor Sisters: Live in Victoria Park - London 2011 on DVD Feb 19

The Scissor Sisters certainly need no introduction, having toured around the world, collaborated with the likes of Elton John and Kylie Minogue and sold millions of albums. Bono from U2 describes the band as "the best pop group in the world." 

Every one of their 4 albums reached the top 5 in the UK charts, with their first two albums making the #1 spot. Their most commercially successful single, I Don't Feel Like Dancin' (2006), charted at #1 in the UK and throughout Europe. They have released 18 singles to date.

This brand new DVD contains the stunningly electrifying performance from the Scissor Sisters at Victoria Park in London, on 17 July 2011. Colourful and glitzy as ever, the New York outfit who brought garish costumes and twisted disco sounds to the capital, fully embraced the weekend's flamboyant spirit.

Jake Shears: vocals, piano, guitar
Babydaddy: bass guitar, keyboards, vocals, rhythm guitar
Ana Matronic: vocals, percussion, keyboards
Del Marquis: lead guitar, bass guitar
Randy Real: drums, electronic drums, percussion 

- Includes a superb 4 page pull-out colour booklet, complete with photos of the concert and the story of the band so far.
- Contains the smash hits I Don't Feel Like Dancin', Filthy/Gorgeous, Take Your Mama and many more.
- Features 2 bonus tracks not included in the original master, Harder You Get and 
Running Out. 

Night Work
Any Which Way
Take Your Mama
Kiss You Off
Fire with Fire
Comfortably Numb
Paul McCartney
Filthy / Gorgeous
I Don't Feel Like Dancin'
Invisible Light
Bonus Tracks:
Harder You Get
Running Out

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