Viva la Bands, Volume 2

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Viva La Bands, Volume 2
Compilation album by Various artists
Released September 4, 2007
Genre Rock
Various artists chronology
Viva la Bands
(2005)
Viva La Bands, Volume 2
(2007)

Viva La Bands, Volume 2 is a CD compiled by skater/Jackass Bam Margera, featuring songs from some of his favorite artists. It was released on September 4, 2007. The majority of songs on the album could originally only be found on this disc, with a selection of the songs not released on a studio album to the date.

Track listing[edit]

A * indicates tracks that were recorded exclusively for this album.

  1. Clutch – "King of Arizona"*
  2. In Flames – "Abnegation"
  3. Children of Bodom – "Tie My Rope"*
  4. CKY – "Rio Bravo" (Remix)*
  5. The Sounds – "Ego"
  6. Shiny Toy Guns – "Rocketship"
  7. Bloodhound Gang – "Screwing You on the Beach at Night"
  8. GWAR – "War Is All We Know"
  9. The 69 Eyes – "Shadow of Your Love"
  10. Priestess – "Lay Down"
  11. Dimmu Borgir – "The Serpentine Offering"
  12. Kill Hannah – "Believer"
  13. Viking Skull – "Blackened Sunrise"*
  14. Vains of Jenna – "Enemy in Me"*
  15. A Life Once Lost – "Firewater Joyride"
  16. Revolution Mother – "Come On"
  17. Melody Club – "Take Me Away"
  18. The Thieves – "Vacant Thoughts"
  19. Malevolent Creation – "Buried in a Nameless Grave"
  20. Gnarkill – "Dico at the Piano Bar"

Bonus DVD[edit]

Just like with Volume 1, Volume 2 was released with a bonus DVD. It contained some of the featured songs music videos and exclusive unseen footage of stunts performed by Margera and his crew. In an interview Margera has referred to this bonus disc as being the closest thing to CKY5.[citation needed]

Tour[edit]

Coinciding with the release of the CD, there was a tour headlined by Cradle of Filth, GWAR, CKY, and Vains of Jenna. This tour lasted from September 24 to November 3, and took place all around the United States.

CKY quit the tour after Deron Miller left the band, and Chad Ginsburg broke his foot and ribs while on tour.