TV Smith & The Bored Teenagers Perform Crossing the Red Sea
with the Adverts At The 100 Club DVD

On April 5th 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.

Track Listing/Features:
* One Chord Wonders
* Bored Teenagers
* New Church
* On The Roof
* Newboys
* Bombsite Boy
* No Time To Be 21
* Safety In Numbers
* Drowning Man
* On Wheels
* Great British Mistake
* New Day Dawning
* We Who Wait
* Gary Gilmore'S Eyes
* The Adverts
* Good Times Are Back

Bonus Materials:
* Extra live footage - Live at The Bull & Gate (10/08/2006): Not In My Name, Weak Glue, New Church, On Wheels, Runaway Train Driver
* Video Interview with BB Quattro

“If you want to know what punk was really like and you want a proper document of quintessential British punk rock 1977-78, then 'Crossing the Red Sea with the Adverts' is it”
—John Robb, author of 'Punk Rock; an Oral History'

“All killer, no filler songs...'Crossing the Red Sea' is a genius album and should be regarded as a classic”
—Henry Rollins

Label: WDF
Genre: Alternative/Punk
Run Time: 54 mins
Region Code: 0
# of Discs: 1
Street Date: 06/16/09