Staind MTV Unplugged DVD Announced
Warner Music Vision have announced the Region 2 UK DVD release of Staind - MTV Unplugged for November 25th 2002 with a retail price of £19.99. The full 11 song, 72-minute MTV Unplugged session that took place on July 16th 2001 has been captured for this DVD release in its entirety and includes two previously unaired tracks. We expect the disc to be presented in 4:3 Full Frame with DD5.1 Audio, though these specs are still to be confirmed.
The track list is as follows...
It's Been Awhile
You will also find the following promotional videos on the disc..
- Behind the scenes making of Fade video
- MTV Unplugged Backstage Interview Footage
Staind's groundbreaking musical journey - from their modest Massachusetts beginnings to their current reign as one of the most prolific international success stories in contemporary music - has been due in large part to the incredible bond between the band and their fans.
After an unprecedented ride on the heels of their UK No.1 album Break The Cycle the acclaimed band has decided to gift their fans with one of their most intimate and memorable performances with the release of their first ever DVD and VHS title. The MTV Unplugged DVD is scheduled to hit stores on November 25th priced £19.99 RRP.
The MTV Unplugged DVD is a must-have collector's item for every Staind fan, as it captures the searing presence and emotional intensity that has made Staind one of the most provocative forces in rock. Filmed live at their legendary July 16, 2001 MTV Unplugged performance, the 11-song, 72-minute set includes rare acoustic versions of their classics It's Been Awhile, Outside, and Home, among others, and two never-before-aired performances captured during the Unplugged taping.
The DVD also includes backstage interview footage, as well as the original videos for Staind gems Mudshovel, Outside, Epiphany, and Fade, and rare behind-the-scenes footage from the Fade video shoot.
The MTV Unplugged DVD is the ultimate visual and aural companion piece from a band that - in the span of only three albums - has jettisoned the old rock rulebook, invigorating the genre and galvanising both fans and critics around the world. Their much-anticipated fourth studio album is due out in the spring of 2003, capping an unprecedented era of success for the band that includes, among other numerous highlights, a No.1 album.
Break The Cycle also became the global rock phenomenon of the year, debuting at #1 in the UK, and achieving gold and platinum status throughout Europe selling 1.4 million units across the continent.