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DVD/Video, released in 2009

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Ocean Billy
2. Higgins
3. Got Your Milk (Right Here)
4. Out Of Order
5. Great American
6. The Bottom Half
7. Walletsworth
8. Believe The Lie
9. Eat
10. Words
11. Morning Song
12. Alex's House
13. Glory

Bonus Tracks
1. Made To Measure
2. Wizard Burial Ground

Total Time 92:00

Line-up / Musicians

- Brendan Bayless / guitar and vocals
- Jake Cininger / guitar and vocals
- Joel Cuming / keyboards and vocals
- Andy Farag / percussion
- Kris Myers / drums and vocals
- Ryan Stasik / bass

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Review by Slartibartfast
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4 stars If one thing is for sure about Umphrey's McGee it's that they love to play to live. As it stands now between their CDs and DVDs, they've put out more live albums than studio ones. In fact there's plenty of stuff you can only get live. Unless I'm missing something Got Your Milk (Right Here), Out Of Order, Morning Song, Alex's House, and Wizard Burial Ground are only available here. The focus of the material here is their Safety In Numbers and Bottom Half studio albums. As usual, the live material that has been released on studio albums is performed with a little extra umph.

Unfortunately the liner notes are really skimpy, but the main show was recorded for Sound Stage probably in 2008. Not unsurprisingly, like the other two DVDs, this one was filmed in Chicago. There's nothing off of Mantis except for one of the bonus tracks. The bonus tracks were apparently filmed during the Mantis tour, so I'm expecting another live DVD will be coming out in the near future.

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