Crossing the Red Sea With Adverts Live at the 100 Club 
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(Mar 24, 2008)
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On 5th April 2007, singer-songwriter TV Smith, former frontman of iconic 70s punk band The Adverts, performed a special set in front of a sell-out crowd at London's historic 100 Club. The gig was to commemorate 30 years since The Adverts played their first gigs at the Roxy and released their classic first single "One Chord Wonders".
Backed by Spanish punks Los Quattro (re-named 'The Bored Teenagers' for the occasion), Smith performed the Adverts cult debut album "Crossing the Red Sea" electric and in its entirety for the first time since 1977.
That night's blistering performance, featuring some of the strongest songwriting to have come out of the British New Wave, is presented on this DVD in full.
Live at 100 Club, London 5.4.2007
1. One Chord Wonders
2. Bored Teenagers
3. New Church
4. On The Roof
6. Bombsite Boy
7. No Time To Be 21
8. Safety in Numbers
9. Drowning Men
10. On Wheels
11. Great British Mistake
12. New Day Dawning
13. We Who Wait
14. Gary Gilmore's Eyes
15. The Adverts
16. Good Times Are Back
Live at The Bull & Gate 10.08.2006
1. Not In My Name
2. Weak Glue
3. New Church
4. On Wheels
5. Runaway Train Driver
Video interview with bass player Jonathan Vidal, 10 mins approx.
TV Smith (solo acoustic) live at The Bull and Gate 2006, 18 mins approx.
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Watch this awesome show to find out the truth.
It fully captures THE true punk legend in all his energised glory live at the 100 Club as 30 years vanish in a heartbeat.
The Bored Teenagers capture the sound of The Adverts today. The bass players interview is deeply moving and shows us just exactly why TV Smith is '4 Real'.
TV walks on the red sea through The Adverts entire classic punk album and the Good Times Are Back finale says it all.
Miss watching this DVD at your peril.