Asian Dub Foundation ‎– Keep Bangin' On The Walls

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Tracklist

1 Cyberabad 4:45
2 Blowback 2:53
3 2 Face 5:18
4 Taa Deem 4:44
5 Fortress Europe 3:29
6 New Way New Life 4:06
7 Rise To The Challenge 5:51
8 Assatta Dub 5:14
9 Enemy Of The Enemy 5:54
10 La Haine 3:59
11 Naxalite 4:54
12 Rebel Warrior 4:59
13 Fortress Europe 3:56
14 1000 Mirrors 3:50
15 Charge (Live At Rockpalast 2003) 3:33
16 Free Satpal Ram 4:10
17 Dhol Rinse 4:20
18 ADF Documentary 20:00
19 ADF Photos Gallery
20 ADF Photos Gallery Live Tour

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Notes

Tracks 1 to 12 : Live at Les Eurockéennes (Belfort 2003)
Tracks 13 and 14 : Bonus video
Tracks 15 to 17 : Bonus audio
Tracks 18 to 20 : Bonus

DVD 9 PAL All Zone
Timing Live: 62:20
Timing Bonus: 43:09
Sound: PCM Stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1
Language: English
FSK: Freigegeben ab 6 Jahren
E - Exempt from classification

Printed in the EU

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 24349 09509 0
  • Barcode: 724349095090
  • Distribution Code: PM 912
  • Other: 03098

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4909619 Asian Dub Foundation Keep Bangin' On The Walls(DVD-V, RP, NTSC) Labels 4909619 Brazil 2003 Sell This Version
7243 4 90950 9 0 Asian Dub Foundation Keep Bangin' On The Walls(DVD, NTSC) Labels 7243 4 90950 9 0 Europe 2003 Sell This Version
7243 4 90950 9 0, M&0264 L0 Asian Dub Foundation Keep Bangin' On The Walls(DVD-V, Unofficial, PAL, PCM) Labels (2), Music Box (21) 7243 4 90950 9 0, M&0264 L0 Russia 2003 Sell This Version

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vargind

vargind

August 29, 2006
edited over 14 years ago
This DVD was pretty much the end of the road for me and ADF. I remain a fan of their earlier work, but this new material and new line-up just don't have the same vibe. Further, for their first live DVD, I would have thought they could have included more songs off all their albums, instead of mainly new material.

But the thing that really spelt the end for me, was that they're an band committed to political causes, particularly regarding Asian people, and yet one of the singers was wearing a Nike hat through the entire concert like he was completely oblivious to all the Asians working in Nike sweatshops... when I saw they couldn't even practice what they preach, that was it.