Interpol - Obstacle 1 (live)

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Interpol is celebrating the tenth anniversary of their debut album, Turn On The Bright Lights, by releasing a special CD and DVD set.

For the past year, Interpol searched through their archives in hopes of finding forgotten material to add release to fans. As a result of all their hard work, they will now release a double CD or LP and DVD set called Turn On The Bright Lights: Tenth Anniversary Edition. The set includes a remastered version of the original album as well as a disc that has exclusive bonus material including previously unreleased songs. The DVD has concert footage from their 2000 Mercury Lounge New York show and also from their first Los Angeles show in 2002 at the Troubadour. The DVD also features three music videos: “PDA,” “NYC” and “Obstacle 1.” To ensure that fans got the full experience, the band included a 48-page hard cover book of unpublished photos and their liner notes.


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