|Ash DVD Live In Japan|
|Burn Baby Burn |
A Life Less Ordinary
|Kung Fu |
Girl From Mars
Only In Dreams
Jack Names The planets
Additional features for the DVD:
1. Favourite track selection - you pick the order you want to watch the set list in.
2. Access all areas - a visual pass around the backstage area (see behind the scenes footage from the directors truck, soundcheck and the green room).
3. Tokyo by day - see the band on board the flight to Japan, taxi confessions by Charlotte, crazy bus moments, shopping in tokyo with Charlotte, Charlotte having an acupuncture session and a selection of footage of the band doing interviews with Japanese press.
4. Tokyo by night - post gig antics featuring the band + various crew members, Ash on the decks dj-ing at Tokyo's famous Liquid Rooms night club + loads of behind the scenes drunken tomfoolery.
5. Confessionals - a one on one with each band member giving an in-depth insight into what it's like being in Ash.
6. Fan Cam - meet Ayumi and Rie, number one ash fans in Japan. See their bedroom plastered in ash posters, take the journey from their perspective to the gig. Meet other Ash fans at the gig and hear what they have to say about the band.
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