UNION: Live DVD Now Available
A UNION live DVD, entitled "Do Your Own Thing Live!" is now available for purchase via guitarist Bruce Kulick's (ex-KISS) web site.
"Do Your Own Thing Live!" (view cover here) includes two UNION concerts: a full one from 2001 (just before UNION's trip to Argentina), and one for ESP guitars at MI from January of 2000. Bonus material includes an unreleased UNION song called "Walking In Your Sleep", behind-the-scenes footage on tour with UNION, a photo gallery, and more links to all things UNION.
The DVD features the following songs performed live:
01. Do Your Own Thing
02. Everything's Alright
03. Who Do You Think You Are?
04. Old Man Wise
05. Around Again
06. Heavy D
07. Star Spangled Banner
09. Love (I Don't Need It Anymore)
11. Pain Behind Your Eyes
12. Power To The Music
13. I Walk Alone
14. Man In The Moon
The DVD is in NTSC format - Region 0 (region free).
To order a copy, click here.
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