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Columbia Records Releases First DVD/VHS from Rock Band Train

5 Dec, 2001 By: Hive News

Columbia Records will release Midnight Moon, the first home video/DVD release from the bestselling rock band Train, Dec. 18.

Train returned to its hometown May 26 to play a sold-out show at San Francisco's historic Warfield Theatre. Culminating a headlining springtime tour, the band performed a setlist drawn from its bestselling albums--"Train" and "Drops Of Jupiter".

Midnight Moon includes exclusive concert, onstage and backstage footage. Crowd-pleasing surprises include what the label calls "a fiery rendition of Led Zeppelin's 'Ramble On.'''

The video also includes a personalized tour of San Francisco with bandmembers Pat Monahan, Jimmy Stafford, Rob Hotchkiss, Scott Underwood and Charlie Colin revisiting old haunts and clubs and scenes of formative events from the group's early days.

Midnight Moon features a 5.1 mix by Brendan O'Brien, who has produced recordings for Pearl Jam, Stone Temple Pilots as well as Train's "Drops Of Jupiter".

The DVD edition of Midnight Moon includes interactive menus, instant chapter access to songs,

exclusive interviews with Train, band member bios, a discography and a bonus live video clip of ``Drops Of Jupiter''.

With platinum and double-platinum sales behind the bands music recordings, the video should do well among rock music selections.

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