Nightshift is a two hour DVD based around The Names' homecoming concert at legendary Brussels venue Plan K on 15 December 2007.
Shot in HD with five cameras and a digital stereo soundtrack, the show features 11 songs including classic singles, new tracks and an encore cover of Magazine song The Light Pours Out of Me. The DVD also features several vintage promo clips from 1980-82, including shorts for Nightshift, Light and The Astronaut. An intimate extra bonus feature is provided by Celebration, 9 songs recorded live at a 2005 birthday party for singer/songwriter Michel Sordinia, where the band run through versions of a number of Names originals along with other songs.
Region 0, NTSC format.
2. I Am the Rain
5. The Astronaut
6. I Liked You Better When You Were Dead
8. I Wish I Could Speak Your Language
10. Friendly Fire
11. The Light Pours Out Of Me
12. Nightshift #1 (clip)
13. Light (clip)
14. The Astronaut (clip)
15. Nightshift #2 (clip)
16. My Funny Valentine
18. The Astronaut
20. The Call of Trains
22. New Dawn Fades
24. Cortez The Killer
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