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Live Earth DVD set for release Nov. 20th, 2007

Postby Indyrod on Thu Oct 25, 2007 4:18 pm

WARNER BROS. RECORDS TO RELEASE CD/DVD OF PERFORMANCES FROM JULY 2007 LIVE EARTH CONCERT ON NOVEMBER 20TH

CD AND 2-DVD PACKAGE FEATURES LINKIN PARK, METALLICA, MADONNA, SMASHING PUMPKINS, THE POLICE, KELLY CLARKSON, DAVE MATTHEWS BAND, FOO FIGHTERS, JOHN MAYER, BEASTIE BOYS, KEITH URBAN, RIHANNA AND MANY MORE!

LIVE EARTH NET PROCEEDS GO TO BENEFIT
THE ALLIANCE FOR CLIMATE PROTECTION

October 16, 2007 (Burbank, CA) — On July 7, 2007, 150 musical acts performed at a series of worldwide concerts called Live Earth to raise awareness for the climate crisis and deliver a solutions-based message to a global audience. On November 20th, Warner Bros. Records will release LIVE EARTH - THE CONCERTS FOR A CLIMATE IN CRISIS — a CD and 2-DVD package that brings together the most popular artists, best performances, and the solutions-based messaging showcased at this truly global musical event staged in New York, London, Sydney, Tokyo, Shanghai, Rio de Janeiro, Johannesburg and Hamburg, with special events broadcast from Antarctica, Kyoto, and Washington, DC.

The CD/2-DVD package includes performances from such artists as Linkin Park, Metallica, Smashing Pumpkins, Black-Eyed Peas, Kelly Clarkson, Dave Matthews Band, Foo Fighters, John Mayer, Keith Urban, Beastie Boys, Bon Jovi, Rihanna and many more. The first single from LIVE EARTH - THE CONCERTS FOR A CLIMATE IN CRISIS will be “Bleed It Out,” performed by Linkin Park at Maduhari Messe in Japan. The digital bundle of tracks will be available on iTunes, Zune and from other digital retailers on November 6th.

In addition to the live performances, the LIVE EARTH DVD will also include six short films from the Live Earth Film Series and a documentary on the making of Live Earth shot by Award-winning filmmakers Nick Wickham and Emer Patten. The short films, some of which premiered at the 2007 Tribeca Film Festival, were commissioned by Live Earth to utilize the power of film to educate a global audience through entertainment.

“This CD/DVD package gives audiences another opportunity to experience the excitement of the largest entertainment event in history, while re-engaging with the issue of the climate crisis,” said Kevin Wall, Live Earth Founder & Chairman. “We believe music has the power to influence and this package is a chance to expose more people to the Live Earth concerts and message.”

The digital album will become available globally for purchase via iTunes and all other participating digital retail outlets on November 6th. iTunes was the first to launch a pre-order campaign which began in earnest less than 24 hours after the actual July 7th event with an available for purchase instant download of John Mayer’s compelling performance of “Waiting On The World To Change.”

Live Earth’s net proceeds from the sale of LIVE EARTH - THE CONCERTS FOR A CLIMATE IN CRISIS will go to benefit the Alliance for Climate Protection, whose mission is to persuade the public about the importance and urgency of adopting and implementing effective and comprehensive solutions for the climate crisis.

Live Earth was a 7-continent, 24-hour music event that broke records on July 7, 2007. Recognized as the largest global entertainment event ever held, Live Earth secured 500 media partners from TV, radio, Internet and live audiences to broadcast the live concerts over the course of 24 hours, generating media attention and discussion in every corner of the globe to engage an estimated audience of 2 billion people on the issue of the climate crisis. Live Earth was founded by Kevin Wall, an Executive Producer of Live 8, an event that brought together one of the largest audiences in history to combat poverty. Wall formed a partnership with former U.S. Vice President Al Gore and the Alliance for Climate Protection to ensure that Live Earth inspires behavioral changes long after July 7, 2007.

Complete Track-listing for LIVE EARTH - THE CONCERTS FOR A CLIMATE IN CRISIS is as follows:

CD:
1. Madonna “Hey You”
2. Foo Fighters “Times Like These”
3. The Police “Driven To Tears”
4. John Mayer “Gravity”
5. Roger Waters “Another Brick In The Wall Part II”
6. Linkin Park “Bleed It Out”
7. Keane “Bedshaped”
8. Bon Jovi “Wanted Dead Or Alive”
9. James Blunt “Wisemen”
10. Chris Cornell “Black Hole Sun”
11. Lenny Kravitz “Are You Gonna Go My Way”
12. Beastie Boys “Intergalactic”
13. KT Tunstall “Suddenly I See”
14. Corinne Bailey Rae & John Legend “Mercy Mercy Me (The Ecology)”
15. Damien Rice & David Gray “Que Sera, Sera”

DVD 1:
1. SOS Allstars “Live Earth: London Opening”
2. Genesis “Invisible Touch”
3. Snow Patrol “Shut Your Eyes”
4. Damien Rice & David Gray “Que Sera, Sera”
5. KT Tunstall “Suddenly I See”
6. Taking Back Sunday “My Blue Heaven”
7. Paolo Nutini “What A Wonderful World”
8. Black Eyed Peas “Where Is The Love”
9. Duran Duran “Planet Earth”
10. AFI “Miss Murder”
11. John Mayer “Gravity”
12. Corinne Bailey Rae & John Legend “Mercy Mercy Me (The Ecology)”
13. Keane “Bedshaped”
14. Metallica “Sad But True”
15. Melissa Etheridge “I Need To Wake Up”
16. Dave Matthews Band “Too Much”
17. Kelly Clarkson “Sober”
18. Angelique Kidjo “Tumba”
19. Joss Stone “Right To Be Wrong”
20. James Blunt “Wisemen”
21. Beastie Boys “Intergalactic”

DVD 2:
22. Keith Urban & Alicia Keys “Gimme Shelter”
23. Enrique Iglesias “Bailamos”
24. Missy Higgins “Steer”
25. Wolfmother “Woman”
26. Chris Cornell “Black Hole Sun”
27. Bon Jovi “Wanted Dead Or Alive”
28. Lenny Kravitz “Are You Gonna Go My Way”
29. Smashing Pumpkins “United States”
30. Roger Waters “Another Brick In The Wall Part II”
31. The Police “Driven To Tears”
32. Crowded House “Better Be Home Soon”
33. Rihanna “Umbrella”
34. Linkin Park “Bleed It Out”
35. Foo Fighters “Times Like These”
36. Madonna feat. Gogol Bordello “La Isla Bonita”

Track-listing for LIVE EARTH - THE CONCERTS FOR A CLIMATE IN CRISIS
Digital album is as follows:
1. Madonna “Hey You”
2. Foo Fighters “Times Like These”
3. The Police “Driven To Tears”
4. John Mayer “Gravity”
5. Roger Waters “Another Brick In The Wall Part II”
6. Linkin Park “Bleed It Out”
7. Keane “Bedshaped”
8. Bon Jovi “Wanted Dead Or Alive”
9. James Blunt “Wisemen”
10. Chris Cornell “Black Hole Sun”
11. Lenny Kravitz “Are You Gonna Go My Way”
12. Beastie Boys “Intergalactic”
13. KT Tunstall “Suddenly I See”
14. Corinne Bailey Rae & John Legend “Mercy Mercy Me (The Ecology)”
15. Damien Rice & David Gray “Que Sera, Sera”
16. John Mayer “Waiting On The World To Change” PRE-ORDER ONLY (via iTunes)

http://www.liveearth.org
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Postby Krimzep on Fri Oct 26, 2007 4:09 pm

sounds like a lot of hot air to me 8)
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Postby vrooom on Fri Oct 26, 2007 4:48 pm

Climate change, eh? Don't get me started on just how hypocritical the Live Earth concept was...


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Postby Krimzep on Fri Oct 26, 2007 7:36 pm

vrooom wrote:Climate change, eh? Don't get me started on just how hypocritical the Live Earth concept was...


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I'm with you Darren, not only did they waste more energy than a small city just to run the concert the proponents of global warming refuse to accept that the fossil record shows that the earth has gone thu many climate changes. Man may be making a mess here but we can no more control what happens with the climate than we can control how the moon rotates the earth.

They've got a lot of people brainwashed and its not a good thing when people decide to pick and choose what information to call fact while ignoring other facts because they dont fit with their political agendas.


Al Gore is the biggest looser on the planet!!
he suggests that we the little people should give up our cars and walk or bike to work, while he flies around in his private jet and lives in a home/s that are 6 times bigger than the average persons home and has several giant SUVS , and then justifies it because he bought carbon credits


WHAT A LOAD OF BULLSHIT!!!!!!

I can t wait till the dems role out the Breathe Act, it will be a tax on the average amount of exhales a person will make in a year and then tac a dollar amount to it. but Gore and his cronies will be exempt from this tax as they buy carbon credits that allow them to essentialy drive what they want , fly when and where they want, and allow them to still live in large palatial homes with out worring about their own carbon footprint all because they buy carbon credits.

I love it!! They can continue to be wasteful because they pay money to have trees planted in their name!!! no no no the're not hypocrits they love the earth.
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Postby Indyrod on Fri Oct 26, 2007 8:01 pm

oh, my, God, take cover, I smell a Republican... :shock:
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Postby vrooom on Fri Oct 26, 2007 8:58 pm

I'm not a republican, but there's an awful lot of money to be made out of the global warming/environmental movement. While I appreciate that it is important to look after the planet, all these rock stars consume an awful lot more resources than we ever will in our lifetime. Factor in international transport and the waste materials produced in CD manufacture and you soon realise that the music industry is one of the biggest polluters in the planet. I just get pissed when some multi-millionaire gets up and starts telling me what to do. It's the same with Bono and Africa - that Irish twat could bloody buy the whole continent.

Grrrr...

But yeah, recycle your waste and turn off that light bulb, etc.


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Postby Dog_none on Fri Oct 26, 2007 9:22 pm

I'm not a republican or a democrat (in fact, I don't know which one I dislike more), but I don't believe anything else they tell me so why should I believe them about global warming? I'm not saying temperatures aren't rising, but I have yet to be convinced that humans are the root cause, and that there's anything we can actually do about it. Yes, of course we're better safe than sorry and it would certainly be in everyone's best interest to limit pollution. So lets stop dumping toxic waste in the river. Unfortunately no matter what we Westerners do will be virtually futile because China and India will do more damage to the planet over the next couple decades than we could ever dream of doing. Anyhoo, I'm not going to pretend to be an expert on climate change like everyone these days.
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Postby Krimzep on Fri Oct 26, 2007 9:48 pm

Dog Dog Dog!!

dont you know that America is the great Satan and it is WE whom are destroying the earth? :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

I 'm not a republican either its funny how as soon as you say you dont believe what the libs say it transforms you instantly into a republican :wink:
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Postby vrooom on Fri Oct 26, 2007 10:42 pm

America does its bit to use up resources. Compared to European countries, you guys are the ultimate consumers - and there's no denying that. I've always said that America is always one tank of gas away from a civil war. But what's more disturbing is how the developed world "recycles" its waste - it sends it by supertanker in huge crates to China where most of it is burnt and the metal components are salvaged, often with poisonous results.

As for global warming, our weather system is an enclosed system that perpetuates itself. It will fix itself via various "freak" weather conditions. There have been warm periods and cold periods - for example, the UK was quite temperate once but in the 17th century it was cold enough for the River Thames to freeze. So make of that what you will.

The reasurring thing is if there is such a thing as global warming then we'll all be long dead before it really kicks in. Experts have had it wrong before - remember them threatening an AIDS pandemic in the 1980s if we all didn't use safe sex? :roll:


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Postby vrooom on Fri Oct 26, 2007 10:45 pm

Mind you, if there is a global disaster we'll all be inadvertantly whacked out of our gourds on Prozac to care...

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/health/3545684.stm


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