Title Price GBP  Media  Condition  Label 
You Gotta Move 6.80  CD DVD  VG++/VG+  Columbia 519295 3
Item Number: 241973

(DVD + CD) ex+/ex-/ex


DVD 1-1CMV Intoduction
DVD 2-1Menu/Introduction
DVD 2-2Toys In The Attic
DVD 2-3Love In An Elevator
DVD 2-4Studio Documentary
DVD 2-5Road Runner
DVD 2-6Studio Documentary
DVD 2-7Baby, Please Don't Go
DVD 2-8Back Stage Documentary
DVD 2-9Cryin'
DVD 2-10Back Stage Documentary
DVD 2-11The Other Side
DVD 2-12Back Stage Documentary
DVD 2-13Back In The Saddle
DVD 2-14Draw The Line
DVD 2-15Back Stage Documentary
DVD 2-16Dream On
DVD 2-17Documentary
DVD 2-18Stop Messin' Around
DVD 2-19Documentary
DVD 2-20Jaded
DVD 2-21Back Stage Documentary
DVD 2-22I Don't Want To Miss A Thing
DVD 2-23Documentary
DVD 2-24Sweet Emotion
DVD 2-25Documentary
DVD 2-26Never Loved A Girl
DVD 2-27Documentary
DVD 2-28Walk This Way
DVD 2-29Documentary
DVD 2-30Train Kept A Rollin'
DVD 2-31Credits
Bonus Performances
DVD 5-1Fever
DVD 5-2Rats In The Cellar
DVD 5-3Livin' On The Edge
DVD 5-4Last Child
DVD 5-5Same Old Song And Dance
DVD 6-1The Making Of Honkin' On Bobo
DVD 6-2.aDiscography
DVD 6-2.bDVD Credits
DVD 6-2.cCD Credits
Bonus CD
CD 1Toys In The Attic (Live)4:03
CD 2Love In An Elevator (Live)5:53
CD 3Rats In The Cellar (Live)8:54
CD 4Road Runner (Live)3:48
CD 5The Other Side (Live)4:30
CD 6Back In The Saddle (Live)5:21
CD 7You Gotta Move (Umixit Version)

Note: Tracklist supplied by a 3rd party and matched by label ID. May differ from item being sold.
Release Date: 2004

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near mint
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