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The Vegas Job

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The Vegas Job

The Vegas Job
Starring The Who
Roger Daltrey
John Entwistle
Pete Townshend
John Bundrick
Zak Starkey
Music by The Who
Studio United States Passport Entertainment
United Kingdom Video Film Express
Distributed by United States Passport Entertainment
United Kingdom Video Film Express
Release date(s) 7 November 2006[1]
Running time 115 min.
Language English

The Vegas Job is a concert film of The Who's performance on October 29, 1999 in Las Vegas, Nevada at the infamous Pixelon launch event. The performance was supposed to be viewed over the Internet by millions of viewers, but instead was only seen by the people in the theater until released on DVD. It was certified Gold in Canada, after selling 5,000 units.[2]

Songs performed

  1. "I Can't Explain"
  2. "Substitute"
  3. "Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere"
  4. "Pinball Wizard"
  5. "See Me, Feel Me"
  6. "Baba O'Riley"
  7. "My Wife"
  8. "5:15"
  9. "Behind Blue Eyes"
  10. "Who Are You"
  11. "Magic Bus"
  12. "Won't Get Fooled Again"
  13. "The Kids Are Alright"
  14. "My Generation"

Special features

The DVD included interviews with Roger Daltrey and John Entwistle, the story behind the Pixelon fiasco, and interviews with the audience prior to start of the concert.


External links

  • Internet Movie Database
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