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DVD2 Track listing
I don't know if there are different versions of Heima, but I think the correct track listing of DVD2 (excluding the featurettes) is:
1. glósóli 2. heysátan 3. sé lest 4. gítardjamm 5. olsen olsen 6. popplagið 7. páll from húsafell 8. ágætis byrjun 9. a ferd til breidafjardar 1922 (with steindór andersen) 10. vaka (snæfell) 11. dauðalagið 12. hoppípolla 13. með blóðnasir 14. starálfur 15. vaka (álafoss) 16. heima 17. von 18. samskeyti
As you can see in the movie during the 2007 Island tour they played in snæfellsskála where the Kárahnjúkar dam (Kárahnjúkarvirkjun, is:Kárahnjúkarvirkjun) was build. See the official site, a protest site, and a map. It took some time to find out without islandic language skills so maybe this summary helps someone else. -- Nichtich (talk) 23:49, 22 December 2007 (UTC)
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