Cribs to release ‘Cribsmas’ DVD

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Recordings of last year's Leeds Brudenell Social Club shows to be released

The Cribs are set to release a triple-disc DVD capturing their special 2007 ‘Cribsmas’ shows in Leeds.

‘Live At The Brudenell Social Club’, out on December 15, captures the band performing all their three albums – ‘The Cribs’, ‘The New Fellas’ and ‘Men’s Needs, Women’s Needs, Whatever’ – plus B-sides, meaning that every song that they’ve recorded makes an appearance on the DVD.

The set also features interviews with musicians including Johnny Marr, who has since joined the band.

The band were supported by Franz Ferdinand, Kate Nash and Kaiser Chiefs over the course of the three evenings.

The tracklisting of ‘Live At The Brudenell Social Club’ will be:

Disc 1:

‘The Watch Trick’

‘You Were Always The One’

‘The Lights Went Out’

‘You And I’

‘Things You Should Be Knowing’

‘Another Number’

‘What About Me’

‘Learning How To Fight’

‘Tri’Elle’

‘Baby Don’t Sweat’

‘Direction’

‘Third Outing’

‘On The Floor’

‘Death To The Dead Bodies’

‘Feelin’ It!’

‘I Gotta Go To L.A.’

‘Song From Practice 1’

Disc 2:

‘Hey Scenesters!’

‘I’m Alright Me’

‘Martell’

‘Mirror Kissers’

‘We Can No Longer Cheat You’

‘It Was Only Love’

‘The New Fellas’

‘Hello? Oh…’

‘The Wrong Way To Be’

‘Haunted’

‘Things Aren’t Gonna Change’

‘Happy’s Just A State Of Mind’

‘And A State Of Mind Is Just Electrical Impulses’

‘You’re Gonna Lose Us’

‘It Happened So Fast’

‘North Of England’

‘I’m Still Blaming You’

‘Saturday Night Facts Of Life’

‘To Jackson’

‘I Was Her Man But I Done Her’

‘Advice From A Roving Artist’

Disc 3:

‘Our Bovine Public’

‘Girls Like Mystery’

‘Men’s Needs’

‘Moving Pictures’

‘I’m A Realist’

‘Major’s Titling Victory’

‘Women’s Needs’

‘I’ve Tried Everything’

‘My Life Flashed Before My Eyes’

‘Be Safe’

‘Ancient History’

‘Shoot The Poets’

‘Don’t You Wanna Be Relevant?’

‘Kind Words From The Broken Hearted’

‘Fairer Sex’

‘Tonight’

‘My Adolescent Dreams’

‘Run A Mile’

‘Get Yr Hands Out Of My Grave’

‘Bastards Of Young’