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Everywhere But Home
Actor: Foo Fighters
Director: Maurice Linnane
NR     2005


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Actor: Foo Fighters
Director: Maurice Linnane
Studio: RCA
Format: UMD for PSP - Color
DVD Release Date: 12/13/2005
Original Release Date: 01/01/2005
Theatrical Release Date: 01/01/2005
Release Year: 2005
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 2
MPAA Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Languages: English

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(5 out of 5 stars)

"The DVD will include footage from concerts in Iceland and Ireland as well as behind the scenes footage. Also included is an audio-only copy of their first concert ever in Reykjavik. Be sure to check it out! the setlist is :- 1
All My Life
Doll (acoustic)
Everlong (solo acoustic)
For All The Cows

Have It All
Hey J.P.
Learn To Fly

My Hero
See You (acoustic)
One, The
Times Like These
Times Like These (semi acoustic)
Tired Of You
DVD was recorded throughout their world tour, which began last year.
DVD extras are 2 photo galleries, several short films and 45 minutes of further tour footage included as hidden "Easter egg" extras.Also, free with the dvd is live cd recorded in iceland."
A solid, loaded music DVD
Patrick Caldwell | Anderson, IN United States | 08/17/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)

"But first, since I had trouble finding the complete tracklist, here is the information found on the insert:

01. All My Life
02. My Hero
03. Breakout
04. Have It All
05. Generator
06. Learn to Fly
07. For All the Cows
08. Stacked Actors
09. Low
10. Hey, Johnny Park!
11. Monkey Wrench
12. Times Likes These (acoustic)
13. Aurora
14. Tired of You
15. Everlong

Washington, D.C.
01. Doll (acoustic)
02. See You (acoustic)
03. For All the Cows (acoustic)
04. Everlong (solo acoustic)

01. All My Life
02. Everlong

Reykjavik -- Audio Only
01. All My Life
02. The One
03. Times Likes These
04. My Hero
05. Learn to Fly
06. Have It All
07. For All the Cows
08. Breakout
09. Generator
10. Stacked Actors
11. Low
12. Hey, Johnny Park!
13. Monkey Wrench
14. Aurora
15. Weenie Beenie
16. Tired of You
17. Everlong

(Some of the above songs are played acousticly; I have marked those that I remember being acoustic, including the acoustic-only Washington, D.C., show.)

I knocked off one star for a few reasons, partly because of the confusing "opening" title menu; I only saw it until after I finished playing the main live Toronto concert, not when the DVD first loaded.

It also would have been nice if the Reykjavik show (which is audio-only and has just a slideshow with pictures of the band) were also included in MP3 or a similar format. I doubt many people will play the DVD just to listen to the music without the video, so the ability to load it up an iPod or burn it to a CD would have been very nice.

Also in the Reykjavik show, when I select to play "Hey, Johnny Park!" the DVD plays "Low" instead.

If you like the Foo you'll likely enjoy all the live content on this DVD despite my few qualms with it. The songs on this DVD thankfully draw from all four Foo Fighter albums, and the band's energetic performance makes it a treat to watch and listen to."
Good but missing something special
S. Miller | 11/26/2003
(3 out of 5 stars)

"The Good:
1. It's the Foos. 2. It's 3 Hours of the Foos Live 3. It's a cheap DVD considering the content 4. It's worth the asking price just for the acoustic section alone!The Bad:1. The 5.1 Mix is horrible and make's Dave (Grohl) sound like he's singing in the bath (Stick to the Stereo track) 2. Half of the content is an "audio only" concert which covers nearly all of the same tracks as the video content, which is a disappointment!The Unforgiveable:1. After waiting so long for this DVD, i'm left feeling it could have been so much better 2. It doesn't convey the raw power and joy of seeing the Foos live, due to the soundtrack.These coments may seem harsh, but when you see DVD concerts such as Joe Satriani live in San Francisco, then you know what could have been."
Could it BE more confusing? And what's up with the SECRET I
T.A. | South Florida | 08/14/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Navigating this DVD is confusing as hell. Aside from that, the music is great, video quality is excellent. Audio on DC and Slane is's like someone has turned the volume up to 11 on a bad little boom box. All in all, though, it's jam packed with good Foo stuff.

DID ANYONE ELSE NOTICE THE "BONUS" CONCERT? I was copying the contents of the DVD into iTunes so I could view it on my iPod, and I found and extra section on the disc containing 35 minutes of concert footage in Ireland...Dave's got a button-down green shirt on, and he keeps talking about The Hives in between songs...the footage is not mentioned or listed anywhere on the DVD's menu, and not accessible using a DVD player, or DVD playing software on the's weird."