A major sensation in Germany, Austria and parts of Europe, Tokio Hotel is most notable for the fact that the band was founded by twin brothers Bill and Tom Kaulitz when they were 12. The band has assumed a place in the hearts of zillions of teenage girls across Europe on the strength of singles from its first two albums, Schrei and Zimmer 438, released in 2005 and 2007, respectively. In a 2008 attempt to break into the U.S. market, the band offered Scream, a polished collection of emo rock songs from the previous albums re-recorded and sung in English for the first time. They followed that up with 2009's more synth-pop, sci-fi-infused Humanoid.
Tokio Hotel Concert Films
Tokio Hotel Top Tracks
Runtime: 1 hr 15 minOn the 19th of August, Placebo performed a unique one-off show for MTV Unplugged at the London Studios in the UK. Here we present the results of this incredible show.The band were encased in spectacular LED box during the performance, from where they belted out some of their most well-loved tracks such as 'The Bitter End' and 'Every You Every Me.' Some new gems were dropped in for good measure, alongside surprise guests Joan As Police Woman and Majke Voss Romme (Broken Twin). No Placebo show would be complete without some signature cover versions and this set did not disappoint, from the breath-taking opener to the show- Sinead O'Connors 'Jackie' to a melancholy version of Pixies 'Where Is My Mind'
...Live in Chicago
Panic! At The Disco
Runtime: 1 hr 1 minTwo thousand eight was a big year for the Vegas quartet known as Panic At the Disco. After famously dropping the ! from their nomenclature, the band released their sophomore album Pretty. Odd., the follow-up to 2005's platinum debut, A Fever You Can't Sweat Out. The band eschewed their signature emo-dance party sound for classic Beatles-esque pop-rock. Touring in support of Pretty. Odd., the band headlined the annual Honda Civic sponsored tour with support acts Motion City Soundtrack, The Hush Sound and Phantom Planet. Their May 23, 2008 stop at the Congress Theater was filmed for Live In Chicago, the band's second live offering, and features new hits such as Nine In The Afternoon, That Green Gentleman (Things Have Changed) and Northern Downpour, as well as longtime fan favorites like I Write Sins Not Tragedies.
Live at Soundstage
Runtime: 54 minChart topping is an understatement for pop-rock band Lifehouse. Since their first album, Lifehouse has appeared on Billboard and Top 40 Charts numerous times. Best known for their top single Hanging by a Moment, and ballad You and Me, which spent a record 60 weeks on Billboards Hot 100 Chart, Lifehouse has gone back to the basics with Who We Are. Jason Wades lyrics address a diverse range of topics audiences can relate with and melodies they can rock to. Lifehouses performance on Soundstage includes the aforementioned hits and Who We Ares twangy lead single First Time.
Live in Vancouver
Runtime: 1 hr 8 minConcert in Vancouver featuring "A Box Full of Sharp Objects," "On My Own" and more.The members of the Used had to overcome poverty, homelessness, and substance abuse, not to mention the straitlaced attitudes of their hometown of Orem, Utah, to bring their screamo-tinged brand of post-hardcore to life. But they persevered and earned a contract with Reprise Records, releasing their self-titled debut album in June 2002. Having only played a handful of shows around Orem prior to their record's release, the band — vocalist Bert McCracken, guitarist Quinn Allman, bassist Jeph Howard, and drummer Branden Steineckert — began relentless nationwide touring that quickly saw their fan base multiply. Club dates soon turned into successful stints on larger-scale festival/package tours including the Warped Tour, Ozzfest, and Projekt Revolution alongside Linkin Park and Snoop Dogg.
Fall Out Boy
Runtime: 23 minThis live performance contains Fall Out Boys’ performances of Dance, Dance, A Little Less 16 Candles, This Aint A Scene, It's An Arms Race, Sugar We're Going Down and Thriller. It was filmed at San Francisco's historic Warfield Theatre. The fan will enjoy also a bonus interview where Fall Out Boy talks to Soundcheck about their fans, their latest record and Vincent van Gogh.
Live at Soundstage
Runtime: 56 minFormed by American Idol contestant Chris Daughtry in 2006, this band is a recipe for success. Daughtry, their self-titled release, was listed as the fastest-selling rock debut in Soundscan history. Truly revitalizing the rock genre, Daughtry’s triple-platinum album features Chris’ rugged voice and the band’s heavy, polished sound. On this episode of Soundstage, Daughtry performs fan favorites with passionate intensity, including rock gems “It’s Not Over” and “What I Want,” power ballads “Feels Like Tonight” and “Home” and many more you won’t want to miss.
Welcome to the Masquerade
Thousand Foot Krutch
Runtime: 49 minIf you didn't get to see Thousand Foot Krutch on their last tour, here's your chance to capture the concert in sparkling audio and video! Featuring a blend of songs from Welcome To The Masquerade and favorites from past releases, This concert film set gives you front row seats for a rockin' good time.
Live And Murderous In Chicago
Runtime: 1 hr 19 minPapa Roach: Live and Murderous in Chicago is the first concert released by Californian rock group Papa Roach. It was released in the United States on November 22, 2005 – and features the band performing live at "The Vic Theater" in Chicago, Illinois. The program captures alt-metal rockers Pap Roach thrashing away at their most intense during an exhilarating Chicago concert, bringing down the house with an energetic 75-minute set.
Glam Nation Live
Runtime: 1 hr 7 minGlam Nation Live album for sale by Adam Lambert was released Mar 22, 2011 on the RCA label. Recorded in August of 2010, Glam Nation Live features performances by former American Idol contestant Adam Lambert recorded during the Indianapolis, IN stop of his 2010 Glam Nation tour.
Front Row Center
Runtime: 54 minGrammy-nominated OneRepublic displays boundless energy throughout this episode of Soundstage while offering up rousing performances of hit singles “Apologize,” “Stop and Stare,” “Say (All I Need)” and “Mercy.” Catch a perfect blend of pop and rock on other featured tracks from their debut album Dreaming Out Loud, along with a fantastic version of Gnarls Barkley’s “Crazy.”
Live at Download Festival 2011
The Pretty Reckless
Runtime: 38 minGifted with a voice, style, as well as undeniable onstage presence, Taylor Momsen and The Pretty Reckless arguably are one of Rock-n-Roll’s saviors. This live performance exhibits more raw energy, less overprocessing, and most of all, real emotion.
Live at Brixton Academy
Runtime: 1 hr 23 minLive At Brixton Academy captures Good Charlotte hopping across the pond in support of breakthrough album The Young And The Hopeless, playing all their biggest hits including "Lifestyles Of The Rich & Famous," "Girls & Boys" and "Hold On."
The Best Damn Tour: Live in Toronto
Runtime: 1 hr 15 minThe Best Damn Tour: Live in Toronto captures Avril Lavigne's brightest, most colorful concerts to date, Avril's biggest hits take center stage, including the worldwide smash "Girlfriend," plus "Complicated," "Sk8er Boi" and "My Happy Ending."
The Black Parade Is Dead!
My Chemical Romance
Runtime: 2 hr 16 minLeave it to My Chemical Romance to call their second full live album — and their second live release during The Black Parade era — The Black Parade Is Dead! Unlike 2007's mini-album Live and Rare, which patched together performances from MCR's fall 2006/winter 2007 dates in the U.K. and Europe, The Black Parade Is Dead! is a lavish CD/DVD affair chronicling two performances: the CD captures the band's October 7, 2007, Mexico City date — their last as the Black Parade — while the DVD features video of that show as well as their October 24, 2007, date at Maxwell's in their home state of New Jersey. The Black Parade Is Dead!'s grandiosity is only fitting, considering how elaborate The Black Parade was, and also fittingly, the Mexico City show is a song-for-song performance of that album — the only difference is "The Black Parade Is Dead," where Gerard Way announces to the audience that this is "the last performance of The Black Parade forever!"
Revenge is Sweeter Tour
Runtime: 1 hr 10 minThe Veronicas hail from Brisbane, Australia, where twin sisters Jess and Lisa Origliasso began working in show business at the age of five. Born on Christmas Day in 1984, Jess and Lisa first performed as the Origliasso Twins, and their appearances at awards shows and sporting events drew the attention of agents and talent agencies. As teenagers, the twins released three teen pop albums under the name Lisa & Jessica, and they began making forays into TV after landing recurring roles in the Australian children's series Cybergirl. After Jess received a guitar as a birthday present in 2002, though, the girls started devoting more time to songwriting, gradually transforming their sound from pop to alternative rock in the process.