One of the most successful female groups of all time, the Bangles make a triumphant return to their hometown of L.A. with their first ever concert DVD. The queens of power pop pull out all of their hits, from "Walk Like An Egyptian" to "Eternal Flame," along with early fan favorites like "Hero Takes a Fall." Extras include acoustic performances of "Ride the Ride" and Prince's "Manic Monday," a candid interview with the band about their storied history and a photo gallery with rare and never-before-seen photos.
One of the most successful female groups of all time, the Bangles make a triumphant return to their hometown of L.A. with their first ever concert DVD. The queens of power pop pull out all of their hits, from "Walk Like An Egyptian" to "Eternal Flame," along with early fan favorites like "Hero Takes a Fall." Extras include acoustic performances of "Ride the Ride" and Prince's "Manic Monday," a candid interview with the band about their storied history and a photo gallery with rare and never-before-seen photos.
826663105650

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Format: DVD
Label: SHFA
Catalog: 31056
Rel. Date: 08/14/2007
UPC: 826663105650

Return to Bangleonia: Live in Concert
Artist: Bangles
Format: DVD
New: In Stock $12.99
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Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Hazy Shade of Winter
2. Live
3. If She Knew What She Wants
4. Between the Two
5. The Rain Song
6. Manic Monday
7. Here Right Now
8. September Gurls
9. Going Down to Liverpool 1
10. I Will Take Care of You 1
11. Get the Girl 1
12. In Your Room 1
13. Stealing Rosemary 1
14. Angels Don't Fall in Love 1
15. Hero Takes a Fall 1
16. Walk Like An Egyptian 1
17. Pushin' Too Hard 1
18. Eternal Flame 1
19. [Extras]

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One of the most successful female groups of all time, the Bangles make a triumphant return to their hometown of L.A. with their first ever concert DVD. The queens of power pop pull out all of their hits, from "Walk Like An Egyptian" to "Eternal Flame," along with early fan favorites like "Hero Takes a Fall." Extras include acoustic performances of "Ride the Ride" and Prince's "Manic Monday," a candid interview with the band about their storied history and a photo gallery with rare and never-before-seen photos.