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Passion for Life

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Released  March 9, 2004
Release date  9 March 2004
Genre  Experimental music
Artist  Estradasphere
Label  Web of Mimicry
Passion for Life httpsuploadwikimediaorgwikipediaenthumb1
Recorded  November 11, 2000 to November 15, 2003
Length  73:45 (CD section only)
Passion for Life (2004)  Palace of Mirrors (2006)
Similar  Buck Fever, It's Understood, Quadropus, Book of Souls: Folio A, Book M

Passion For Life is a combination DVD / live album by Estradasphere. It was released on March 9, 2004.

Contents

Estradasphere passion for life dvd trailer


DVD

  1. "Hardball"
  2. "Ah Ya Bibi"
  3. "Buck Fever"
  4. "Nütch"
  5. "Mekapses Yitonisa"
  6. "Danse of Tosho and Slavi / Randy's Desert Adventure"
  7. "A Very Intense Battle"
  8. "Body Slam"
  9. "Princes of Xibalba"
  10. "King Krab Battle"
  11. "Disco Time"

CD

  1. "Dissatisfactual Contraband" – 1:22
  2. "Feed Your Mama's Meter" – 6:13
  3. "Planet Sparkle" – 1:02
  4. "Bat Cave" – 2:04
  5. "Hora Bucharestu vs. Narodnokolo (Gypsy Medley)" – 11:35
  6. "Tugboat" – 5:39
  7. "Whollilicious" – 4:05
  8. "Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye" – 5:57
  9. "Graze-A-Holic" – 4:03
  10. "Danse of Tosho and Slavi/Randy's Desert Adventure" – 10:53
  11. "Elderly Normal Samurai Tortoises" – 2:30
  12. "Boss III" – 0:32
  13. "Db Hell" – 9:02
  14. "Body Slam (Lounge Version)" – 8:48

The band

  • Timb Harris
  • Jason Schimmel
  • Tim Smolens
  • John Whooley
  • Special guest drummers

  • Dave Murray
  • Theo Mordey
  • Producers

  • Mark Thornton
  • Stephen Reysen
  • Main Menu

  • Options:
  • Play movie
  • Jump to a Song
  • Audio Options
  • Bonus Songs
  • Music Videos
  • Menu music: "King Krab Battle" (from Quadropus) and Mike Seifert as Dr. Mystery
  • "Passion for Life" Scenes

    1. Intro
    2. "Hardball"
    3. Theo Mordey
    4. "Ah Ya Bibi"
    5. Buck Fever photoshoot
    6. "Buck Fever"
    7. Embrace the jam
    8. "Nutch"
    9. In the studio
    10. "Mekapses Yitonisa"
    11. Whoolilicious!
    12. "The Danse of Tosho and Slavi/Randy's Desert Adventure"
    13. Dave Murray
    14. "A Very Intense Battle"
    15. Freezer mistake
    16. Sheepman
    17. "Bodyslam"
    18. Drama
    19. "The Princes of Xibalba"
    20. Health food rock and roll
    21. "King Krab Battle"
    22. Credits
    23. "Disco Time/Burnt Corpse"

    Jump to a Song

  • Menu music: "King Solomon" from 3/12/03 at Hipster's, Odessa, Texas.
  • Audio Options

  • Options:
  • Dolby Surround 4.1
  • Dolby Stereo
  • Commentary #1 with the band
  • Commentary #2 the Goon Track
  • Hidden Option:
  • September 2, 2000
  • "Contra" - Estradasphere recite the Konami Code and play music from the video game Contra. The performance is dedicated to Chip Yamada.
  • "Jungle Warfare > Very Intense Battle" - A heavy metal duet with Dave Murray and Jason Schimmel.
  • Menu music: "Pomp and Circumstance" from 2000 Kresge College graduation.
  • Bonus Songs

  • Options:
  • "Musicawi Silt" with Secret Chiefs 3
  • Recorded live November 11, 2000 at 14 Below, Santa Monica, California
  • Song Medley with Farmers Market
  • Recorded live December 6, 2002 at Kuumbwa Jazz Center, Santa Cruz, California
  • "Randy's Desert Adventure" alternate performance
  • Recorded live June 20, 2003 at Vet's Hall, Santa Cruz, California
  • Also contains "90210" (Theme to Beverly Hills, 90210)
  • "Harvest Home Hornpipe"
  • Recorded live August 8, 2001 at Foufounes Electrique, Montreal, Quebec
  • "Millennium Child"
  • Recorded live March 13, 2000 at the Catalyst, Santa Cruz, California
  • Also contains "90210"
  • Hidden Option:
  • Random Stuff by VERG
  • Live clip of "Turtle Power" at Troubador featuring Mark Thornton.
  • Clips of Steve the Taper and 404 Karl
  • Extra interview with Tim Smolens at ROHYPONOL_Studios911
  • Menu music: "Super Mario Bros.", "Que Lindo", "?" and "All of Me" from 2/18/00 at Westlake Elementary School Gymnasium, Santa Cruz, California
  • Music videos

  • Options:
  • "The Silent Elk of Yesterday" directed by Chip Yamada
  • The Making of Silent Elk
  • "Dubway"
  • "Burnt Corpse"
  • Menu music: "What Deers May Come" from 5/12/01 at Palookaville
  • Secret Menu #1

  • Options:
  • "Crocodile Rock" - Previously unreleased performance from the filming of GrooveTV episode 203.
  • "Medley #3" Recorded by Marco Walsh, GrooveTV episode 203 - Contains "No Greater Love", "Misirlou" and "Girl from Ipanema".
  • MTV2 Promo for SXSW Festival
  • Songs

    1Dissatisfactual Contraband1:23
    2Feed Your Mama's Meter6:14
    3Planet Sparkle1:03

    References

    Passion for Life Wikipedia


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