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DVD/Video, released in 1989

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Bad Bad Man
2. Cry Freedom
3. Stealin'
4. Too Scared To Run
5. The Other Side Of Mignight
6. More Fool You
7. Blood Red Roses
8. Mr Majestic
9. Wizard
10. July Morning
11. Gypsy
12. Easy Livin'
13. That's The Way That It Is
14. Look At Yourself

Total Time 84:00

Line-up / Musicians

- Mick Box / guitars, vocals
- Lee Kerslake / drums, vocals
- Trevor Bolder / bass, vocals
- Phil Lanzon / keyboards, vocals
- Bernie Shaw / lead vocals

Releases information

Label: Fotodisk ‎- FLV 2
VHS, Stereo - PAL - UK
Distributed By - Virgin Vision Distribution
Copyright (c) - Fotodisk Ltd.

Recorded live at The Astoria in London, UK 18th May 1989

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