Various ‎– URGH! A Music War

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Guild Home Video ‎– none
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Laserdisc, 12", Compilation, Mono, PAL, SECAM
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Tracklist

A1 The Police Driven To Tears
A2 Wall Of Voodoo Clip of Stan Ridgeway taking a phone call
A3 Toyah Danced
A4 John Cooper Clarke Health Fanatic
A5 Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark Enola Gay
A6 Chelsea (2) I'm On Fire
A7 Oingo Boingo Ain't This The Life
A8 Echo & The Bunnymen The Puppet
A9 Jools Holland Foolish I Know
A10 XTC Respectable Street
A11 Klaus Nomi Total Eclipse
A12 Athletico Spizz 80 Clocks Are Big; Machines Are Heavy / Where's Captain Kirk?
A13 Go-Go's We Got The Beat
A14 Dead Kennedys Bleed For Me
A15 Steel Pulse Ku Klux Klan
A16 Gary Numan Down In The Park
A17 Joan Jett & The Blackhearts Bad Reputation
A18 Magazine Model Worker
A19 Surf Punks My Beach
A20 The Members Offshore Banking Business
B1 The Cramps Tear It Up
B2 Invisible Sex Valium
B3 Pere Ubu Birdies
B4 Devo Uncontrollable Urge
B5 The Alley Cats (2) Nothing Means Nothing Anymore
B6 John Otway Cheryl's Going Home
B7 Gang Of Four He'd Send In The Army
B8 999 Homicide
B9 The Fleshtones Shadowline
B10 X (5) Beyond And Back
B11 Skafish Sign Of The Cross
B12 Splodgenessabounds Two Little Boys
B13 UB40 Madame Medusa
B14 The Police Roxanne
B15 The Police So Lonely
B16 Klaus Nomi Aria ("Mon cœur s'ouvre à ta voix" from Camille Saint-Saëns' opera Samson and Delilah) (over end credits).

Notes

Double sided Laserdisc containing 1980 concert footage filmed on location at:

Santa Monica Civic - Los Angeles
Whiskey A Go Go - Los Angeles
California Theatre - San Diego
C.B.G.B.s - New York
Ritz - New York
The Roman Arena - Frejus, France
The Lyceum - London
Odeon Hammersmith - London
ICA Galleries - London
The Guildhall - Portsmouth, UK

The actual performance of Wall Of Voodoo's "Back In Flesh" has been omitted from this UK Release as has the Au Pairs' performance of "Come Again".

Track B15 - The Police are joined on stage by Jools Holland, and members of UB40, Skafish and XTC to adlib musically and vocally. These other artists appeared on the bill at the Frejus concert

End credits state © Michel White Ltd 1981, London, England.

The sleeve design bears no resemblance to the promotional material used for the U.S. theatrical release and appears to be a design unique to the UK.

Sleeve contains the following credits:

© Sleeve and packaging - Guild Home Video Ltd MCMLXXXIII
© Film copyright 1981 Lorimar Productions , Inc.

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