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Skateboarding DVD Video Review:Juliette and the Licks's Four on the Floor

Juliette and the Licks's Four on the Floor - DVD Skateboarding Snowboarding skateboard snowboard DVD Video Review Four Star skateboard DVD review rating

Released: 2007
Rating: 4 Stars

Juliette Lewis, Todd Morse, Jason Womack, Ed Davis, Dave Grohl.

This DVD isn't available in stores and previously only available at live shows. Juliette and The Licks are now selling their DVD exclusively on ebay. With over 2 hours of Licks, behind the scenes, the making of Four On The Floor, interviews, music videos and Foo Fighter Dave Grohl performing drums on the album, there's plenty of great stuff for fans of The Licks. The Licks are even doing the shipping themselves.

You won't find an iota of skateboarding on this DVD, but being the Lick's first DVD release, I had to include it here. Besides, she was married to pro skater, Steve Berra. You may not be aware, but we have a strong obsession with all things "Juliette Lewis". She's totally hot in a quirky way.

Exclusive DVD: Making of "Four on the Floor" by Juliette and the Licks. Over two hours of material. This DVD has a "making of" section, live performances and music videos.

  • The Making of Four on the Floor:
    1. Drums, Featuring Dave Grohl
    2. Vocals, Overdubs Live Licks: 1) Death of a Whore, Live in Paris 2) Hot Kiss, Eurockeenes Festival, France 3) American Boy, Live In Paris 4) Hot Stuff, Eurockeenes Festival, France 5) I Never Got To Tell You, Live in Paris
  • Loose Licks: 1) Hyde Park 2) Instabul 3) Stuffed Animal Love 4) David Lee Roth 5) Hot Stuff 6) Open Mic 7) Kemble Aussie Video 8) Old School Licks 9) American Boy 10) You're Speaking My language 11) Shelter Your Needs
  • Music Videos: 1) Hot Kiss 2) Purgatory Blues 3) Sticky Honey

If you're a fan of Juliette and the Licks and haven't had the chance to see them live, this DVD is for you! Produced, released and shipped by the Licks themselves, this disc has all sorts of personal behind the scenes stuff.

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