Live at Festival Hall

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Live At Festival Hall
Video by The Living End
Released 30 September 2006 (Australia)
Recorded 19 May 2006 at Festival Hall, Melbourne Australia
Genre Punk rock, Rock, Rockabilly
Length 1:38:36
Label EMI (2006)
Director Bernie Zelvis
Producer Ashley Warn
The Living End chronology
From Here on In: The DVD 1997-2004
(2004)From Here on In: The DVD 1997-20042004
Live At Festival Hall

Live at Festival Hall is a video album which captures Australian rock band, the Living End's State of Emergency tour concert on 19 May 2006 at Melbourne's Festival Hall. The video album was issued on 30 September of that year, which peaked at No. 3 on the ARIA Top 40 DVD Chart and was certified gold by ARIA by the end of the year for the shipment of over 7,500 copies.[1][2]

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by C.Cheney except track 9 (C.Cheney & S.Owen) & track 14 (C.Cheney, S.Owen & T.Demsey)

  1. What's On Your Radio? (from State of Emergency)
  2. Second Solution (from The Living End)
  3. I Can't Give You What I Haven't Got (from From Here On In)
  4. Who's Gonna Save Us? (from Modern ARTillery)
  5. Save The Day (from The Living End)
  6. One Step Behind (from State of Emergency)
  7. Black Cat (from State of Emergency)
  8. All Torn Down (from The Living End)
  9. EP Medley
  10. Prisoner Of Society (from The Living End)
  11. 'Til The End (from State of Emergency)
  12. E-Boogie
  13. Long Live the Weekend (from State of Emergency)
  14. Uncle Harry (from Roll On)
  15. Roll On (from Roll On)
  16. Wake Up (from State of Emergency)
  17. West End Riot (from The Living End)

4 tracks performed on the night were cut from the DVD due to "quality control". These tracks were:

  1. We Want More (from State of Emergency)
  2. The Room (from Modern ARTillery)
  3. No Way Out (from State of Emergency)
  4. Tabloid Magazine (from Modern ARTillery)

These tracks were played at this show and throughout the tour.

Bonus Music Videos[edit]

  1. What's On Your Radio?
  2. Wake Up
  3. Long Live the Weekend
  4. Nothing Lasts Forever


  1. ^ "The ARIA Report: ARIA Top 40 DVD" (PDF). Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA). 13 November 2006. p. 23. Archived from the original (PDF) on 20 December 2006. Retrieved 12 November 2015. 
  2. ^ "ARIA Charts – Accreditations – 2006 DVD". Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA). Retrieved 12 November 2015.