Found on Film
|Found on Film|
|Video by Maxïmo Park|
|Released||5 June 2006|
Found on Film is a CD/DVD release by Maxïmo Park containing a DVD of videos and live footage and a CD of BBC Sessions. It was released, along with Missing Songs to complement their debut album A Certain Trigger. It comes in a hard-cover case akin to a book, with several pages of photos taken by the band over the course of the tour for the debut album separating the sleeves for the two discs.
The DVD has footage of two shows:
Live At Brixton Academy
1. Graffiti 2. The Coast Is Always Changing 3. Limassol 4. Postcard Of A Painting 5. 6. Signal And Sign 7. Kiss You Better 8. Now I'm All Over The Shop 9. Once, A Glimpse 10. Apply Some Pressure 11. The Night I Lost My Head 12. Going Missing
Live At Newcastle Academy
1. Signal And Sign 2. Fear Of Falling 3. I Want You To Leave 4. Postcard Of A Painting 5. I Want You To Stay 6. Limassol
Music videos for:
- Apply Some Pressure (Version 1, early demo video) - The Coast Is Always Changing - Graffiti - Going Missing - Apply Some Pressure (Version 2, commercially released video) - I Want You To Stay
AOL live session videos for:
+ Tour Documentary Found On Film
BBC Sessions Bonus CD
- The Coast Is Always Changing
- Now I'm All Over The Shop
- Apply Some Pressure
- Kiss You Better
- Going Missing
- I Want You To Stay
- Stray Talk (this track is not listed on the CD/DVD case as it was recorded not as part of the BBC Sessions but at guitarist Duncan Lloyd's home, serving as a bonus track)
Total running time approx. 2 hours and 23 minutes.
- The BBC sessions for "The Coast Is Always Changing," "Apply Some Pressure," "Graffiti," "Going Missing," "I Want You to Stay," "Kiss You Better," "Surrender," "Now I'm All Over the Shop," and "Shiver"
A mistake on the back of the Found On Film DVD reads: "Live at Newcastle Academy (Filmed 10/12/06)", when they in fact played there on 10/12/05. The DVD got released a good four months before 10/12/06.
The Brixton Academy concert was originally shot for MTV. Filmed 17/02/05, it was directed by James Russell who had 7 cameras at his disposal.
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