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Tell Me What Rockers to Swallow

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Tell Me What Rockers to Swallow

Tell Me What Rockers to Swallow
Video by Yeah Yeah Yeahs
Released October 19, 2004
Genre Indie Rock
Length 138 min
Label Interscope
Producer Lance Bangs

Tell Me What Rockers to Swallow is a music DVD released by the Yeah Yeah Yeahs on October 25, 2004, through Polydor. The main feature of the DVD is the band's live performance at The Fillmore in San Francisco on March 17th 2004, with bonus songs recorded during the previous day's performance. The DVD was directed and produced by Lance Bangs.

The tracklisting of the concert is as follows:

  1. "Y-Control"
  2. "Black Tongue"
  3. "Rockers to Swallow"
  4. "Down Boy"
  5. "Cold Light"
  6. "Machine"
  7. "Modern Things"
  8. "Cheated Hearts"
  9. "Mystery Girl"
  10. "Maps"
  11. "Date with the Night"
  12. "Miles Away"
  13. "Poor Song"
  14. "Our Time"
  15. "Art Star"
  16. "Modern Romance"

Bonus Songs:

  1. "10x10"
  2. "Rich"
  3. "Black Tongue"
  4. "Sealings"
  5. "Miles Away"
  6. "Tick"

The DVD also features a behind the scenes documentary on the band's tour in Japan, interviews with the band, and all the music videos released by the time of the DVD's release, along with their performance of "Maps" at the MTV Movie Awards.

Spike Jonze is amongst the camera operators for the concert recording, and he is also featured in interviews on the DVD, as is director, Lance Bangs.

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