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Play (DVD)

Play
Video by Peter Gabriel
Released 16 Novembrer 2004
Recorded 1977 - 1994
Genre Pop rock, Art rock, Progressive rock, College rock
Length 141 mins
Label Rhino records, Wea
Director Various
Peter Gabriel video chronology

Growing Up Live
(2003)
Play
(2004)
Growing Up On Tour A Family Portrait
(2004)

Play: The Videos is a compilation DVD of music videos by Peter Gabriel, released in 2004. The DVD contains remastered audio tracks of songs in DTS 5.1 (DTS 96 kHz/24-bit) and Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound. The new surround sound mixes were created by Daniel Lanois and Richard Chappell.

Tracklist

  1. "Father, Son"
  2. "Sledgehammer"
  3. "Blood of Eden"
  4. "Games Without Frontiers"
  5. "I Don't Remember"
  6. "Big Time"
  7. "Lovetown"
  8. "Red Rain"
  9. "In Your Eyes"
  10. "Don't Give Up"
  11. "The Barry Williams Show"
  12. "Washing of the Water"
  13. "Biko"
  14. "Kiss That Frog"
  15. "Mercy Street"
  16. "Growing Up"
  17. "Shaking the Tree"
  18. "Shock the Monkey"
  19. "Steam"
  20. "The Drop"
  21. "Zaar"
  22. "Solsbury Hill"
  23. "Digging in the Dirt"

Special features

  • Video introductions
  • Programmable 18-track jukebox
  • "Games Without Frontiers": Live 2004
  • "Modern Love": Original 1977 music video
  • "The Nest That Sailed the Sky"
  • Trailers: Family Portrait, Growing Up Live, Secret World Live

External links

  • Review - The Music Box, Vol. 12, #6


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