Live from London 2006

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The Fantômas Melvins Big Band
Fantomas Melvins Live in London.jpg
Video by The Fantômas Melvins Big Band
Released August 26, 2008
Recorded London on May 1, 2006
Genre Avant-garde metal, experimental
Length 78:13
Label Ipecac Recordings
(IPC102) (DVD)
Director Douglas Pledger
Fantômas chronology
Animali In Calore Surriscaldati Con Ipertermia Genitale/Cat in Red
Live from London 2006
Melvins chronology
Nude with Boots
The Fantômas Melvins Big Band
Chicken Switch

The Fantômas Melvins Big Band is a DVD of the collaboration between Fantômas and The Melvins that was released on August 26, 2008.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Sacrifice" (Flipper cover from Gone Fishin')
  2. "Page 27" (from Fantômas's Fantômas)
  3. "Night Goat" (from The Melvins' Houdini)
  4. "Page 28" (from Fantômas's Fantômas)
  5. "Page 3" (from Fantômas's Fantômas)
  6. "Electric Long Thin Wire"
  7. "The Bit" (from The Melvins' Stag)
  8. "Page 14" (from Fantômas's Fantômas)
  9. "Pigs of the Roman Empire" (from the The Melvins/Lustmord album Pigs of the Roman Empire)
  10. "The Omen" (from Fantômas's The Director's Cut)
  11. "Hooch" (from The Melvins' Houdini)
  12. "Mombius Hibachi" (from The Melvins' Honky)
  13. "Page 23" (from Fantômas's Fantômas)
  14. "Skin Horse" (from The Melvins' Stag)
  15. "Cape Fear" (from Fantômas's The Director's Cut)
  16. "Let It All Be" (from The Melvins' The Bootlicker)
  17. "Lowrider" (War cover from Why Can't We Be Friends?)
  18. "04/02/05 Saturday" (from Fantômas's Suspended Animation)
  19. "Page 29" (from Fantômas's Fantômas)
  20. "04/08/05 Friday" (from Fantômas's Suspended Animation)
  21. "Spider Baby" (from Fantômas's The Director's Cut)


  • "Secret" Commentary with Buzz Osborne, Dale Crover, Ipecac co-owner/founder Greg Werckman, booking agent Robby Fraser, and special guest and fan Danny DeVito.[1]


  • Filmed by Douglas Pledger, Matthew Rozeik & Alex Gunnis
  • Edited by Douglas Pledger, sound by Matthew Rozeik
  • Directed by Douglas Pledger