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The Mockers - Hit the road this March

The Mockers
Hit the road this March

The Mockers - Live at The Powerstation

In stores February 23rd, available to pre-order now!

One of New Zealand's most beloved bands of the 80's are hitting the road again in March, celebrating the release of their deluxe edition DVD/CD set The Mockers Live at The Powerstation, in stores and available on our from February 23rd, 2018.

Pre-order your copy now -

Following a successful nine-date reunion tour, The Mockers are set to play three New Zealand shows this March in Auckland, Wellington and Tauranga, with support from fellow kiwi legend, Gareth Thomas (goodshirt).

Recorded by Richard Morris with photography by Michael Flynn, The Mockers Live at The Powerstation is a special piece for any kiwi music lover's home collection.

The deluxe edition features 1 x double CD and DVD of audio-visual footage taken from last year's reunion tour, as well as behind-the-scenes interviews with the band and a limited edition photo booklet.


(The Mockers / Plus1 / Rhythmethod)

1. Seven Years Not Wasted
2. Far From The Madding Crowd
3. Another Casualty
4. Murder In Manners St
5. Another Boring Day In The Amazon
6. Woke Up Today
7. One Black Friday
8. Cleopatra
9. Take Back Your Tears
10. Shield Yourself
11. Forever Tuesday Morning
12. New Day Dawning
13. A Winter’s Tale
14. Sleeping Through The Storm
15. Friend Of A Stranger

+ Bonus interviews with The Mockers

CD 1:
1. After The Rain
2. Seven Years Not Wasted
3. Far From The Madding Crowd
4. Another Casualty
5. Trendy Lefties
6. Phone Call At Midnight
7.Alvison Park
8. Swear It’s True
9. Murder In Manners St
10. Another Boring Day In The Amazon

CD 2:
1. Woke Up Today
2. One Black Friday
3. Cleopatra
4. Take Back Your Tears
5. Shield Yourself
6. Forever Tuesday Morning
7. New Day Dawning
8. A Winter’s Tale
9. Sleeping Through The Storm
10. Friend Of A Stranger

Pre-order now!

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