Live Parc des Princes Paris

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Live Parc des Princes Paris
Video by Mika
Released 10 November 2008
Recorded 4 July 2008
Genre Pop rock
Glam rock
Power pop
Length 145 minutes approx.
Label Island Records, Universal Records
FMR, Warner Bros.
Mika chronology
Live in Cartoon Motion
(2007)
Live Parc des Princes Paris
(2008)

Live Parc des Princes Paris (2008) is Mika's second live DVD.[1] It is a one-off stadium show with a crowd of 55,000 recorded at Paris on 4 July 2008. The DVD also features a documentary following the initial idea of the show through to the production. In Bonus Features it includes the music video for the song "Lollipop", a live performance of "Grace Kelly" and the making-of the design and others in the show.

Track listing[edit]

Live[edit]

  1. "Intro"
  2. "Relax, Take It Easy"
  3. "Big Girl (You Are Beautiful)"
  4. "My Interpretation"
  5. "Billy Brown"
  6. "Holy Johnny"
  7. "Any Other World"
  8. "Ring Ring"
  9. "Stuck in the Middle"
  10. "Rain"
  11. "Just Can't Get Enough"
  12. "Happy Ending"
  13. "Love Today"
  14. "Grace Kelly"
  15. "Animal Play"
  16. "Lollipop"
  17. "Grace Kelly (French Version)" (Reprise in an acoustic version)
  18. "Relax, Take It Easy" (Reprise for ending the show in a rave edit)

Extras[edit]

  1. Making The Parc Des Princes Show - Documentary
  2. Music Videos and Live Performances
    1. "Lollipop"
    2. "Grace Kelly" (Live from Jools Holland's Hootenanny 2007)

Release and DVD Information[edit]

The DVD was released on 10 November 2008 in the UK and Europe and 16 December 2008 in the USA. . The DVD was available for pre-order since 21 October in several online stores. The official release date was confirmed on Mika's online blog; There he gave the cover and the video preview that can be seen on YouTube. It has been released on DVD in a standard case with a small booklet of art and photos and on Deluxe DVD with a hard cover and larger booklet of photos and artwork. It has also been released on Blu-ray, not like Mika's first video album which was only released in DVD.

According to Play.com UK, the DVD was set to have two live presentations from the V Festival, but after the DVD was officially released no performances from the V Festival were included. The DVD also has subtitles of the concert in several languages including Spanish, Portuguese, Japanese and German.[2]

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