Embrace Live In Leeds (DVD) (2 Discs) - £1 Instore @ Poundland - HotUKDeals
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Amazing deal, I paid over £20 for this a few years back. Spotted in Poundland Birmingham.
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Good band on record, remember buying 'All you good, good people' Fierce Panda 7" from Tempest in Birmingham on day of release (still got it I think, unplayed), but shocking voice live.

Voted hot though as £1 for a double live DVD is a bargain

Edited By: wozwebs on Mar 15, 2011 23:42
#2
This stunning Embrace concert was filmed in Leeds in June 2005. It was at the start of a busy summer of festivals for the band including the Isle Of Wight, The Eden Project and the V festivals which folowed on from the release of their no.1 double platinum album Out Of Nothing in the Autumn of 2004. The show features several tracks from the latest album, including the four hit singles, plus album tracks and hits from across their career. Tracks included: 1. Ashes 2. All You Good Good People 3. Looking As You Are 4. Someday 5. Gravity 6. Wish 'Em All Away 7. New Adam, New Eve 8. Keeping 9. Come Back To What You Know 10. Save Me 11. Out Of Nothing 12. A Glorious Day 13. Wonder 14. The Good Will Out * Limited Edition Digipack: featuring a three track audio CD and a reproduction on a concert poster - while stocks last! * 20 minute interview / documentary * Promo videos for four hit singles: Gravity / Ashes / Looking As You Are / A Glorious Day * Fan film (10 mins approx) * Timelapse footage from the webcam * Hidden Easter Egg * Interactive menus * Scene selection Love how they list Interactive menus and Scene selection as its a selling point.
#3
I would definitely buy this for the LOLs but have never seen this in any PL in Birmingham. Was this the Union St branch?
#4
Good find.
#5
Seen this a few weeks ago in poundland good buy ;)
#6
Its a pound too expensive.
1 Like #7
arpster
Its a pound too expensive.

They would need to pay me a lot more than a pound to watch this whining nonsense
#8
is this the band members working in poundland? more landfill......
#9
thanks for posting - will have a look for it :)
#10
I walked past them as they were playing at a festival one year and they were the drearyest sounding live band I've ever clapped ears on.

You'd need to pay me to take this DVD away .....
#11
wozwebs
Good band on record, remember buying 'All you good, good people' Fierce Panda 7" from Tempest in Birmingham on day of release (still got it I think, unplayed), but shocking voice live.

Voted hot though as £1 for a double live DVD is a bargain

couldnt have put it better myself, really bad live, shame as their first album was a cracker
#12
Seen them live in Brighton and thought they were great, love the albums, so hot from me.
#13
Was in the Pallasades and also the one by Sainsburys
#14
embrace were great live, i never knew what anyone was talking about when they said danny sounded terrible. i've got this dvd, and more me there was just something missing. his voice ok, but maybe it was just the crowd or the small tiny stage, not sure. def worth a quid tho, i remember when they re-exploded in 2005, good memories. out of nothing was an amazing record too, def hot from me.
#15
Used to think Emrace were 'ok' , but one year at V Festival (think around 2005) a band called Jet pulled out last minute and Embrace were drafted in. It was an amazing set, one of the highlights of my weekend, think it was due to them realising they were lucky to get the spot. They hit form after that in charts etc and got a another label, then V asked them back the year after and they were absolutely terrible. Not sure what happened, maybe i'd had less beer :-), all Danny did was talk his way through the set blowing smoke up peoples @rses, notibly Chris Martins for giving them Gravity. Anyway, defo hit and miss band, but some top singles back in the day.

Edited By: Norman Whiteside on Mar 16, 2011 18:20
#16
dreadful dreadul band with awful dirge like songs and a vocalist who couldnt hit a donkeys **** with a tennis racket...let alone reach a high note

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