Crash! Boom! Live!

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Crash! Boom! Live!
Roxette Crash! Boom! Live!.jpg
Video by Roxette
  • 19 September 1996 (1996-09-19)
Recorded Ellis Park Stadium, South Africa on 14 January 1995
Genre Pop rock
Length 87 minutes (approximate)
Language English
Director Koos Hattingh
Producer Storm Productions
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Crash! Boom! Live! is the fourth concert film by Swedish pop music duo Roxette, released on 19 September 1996 on VHS and LaserDisc formats by Picture Music International and EMI.[1] It contains a shortened version of the duo's 14 January 1995 concert in the Ellis Park Stadium in Johannesburg, South Africa of the Crash! Boom! Bang! Tour, which saw the band performing to over one million people during its eighty-plus concerts throughout South Africa, Europe, Australia, Asia and Latin America.[2] According to the video's liner notes, attendance for this show was in excess of 52,000 people.[3]

Formats and track listings[edit]

All songs written by Per Gessle, except "Listen to Your Heart", "Lies" and "Spending My Time" by Gessle and Mats Persson.

  • LaserDisc (Japan TOLW-3239)
  • VHS (Europe MVN-491555-3 · Japan TOVW-3239)
  1. "Sleeping in My Car"
  2. "Fireworks"
  3. "Almost Unreal"
  4. "Dangerous"
  5. "Crash! Boom! Bang!"
  6. "Listen to Your Heart"
  7. "The First Girl on the Moon"
  8. "Harleys & Indians (Riders in the Sky)"
  9. "Lies"
  10. "The Rain"
  11. "Run to You"
  12. "It Must Have Been Love"
  13. "Dressed for Success"
  14. "The Big L."
  15. "Spending My Time"
  16. "The Look"
  17. "Love Is All (Shine Your Light on Me)"
  18. "Joyride"

Credits and personnel[edit]

Credits adapted from the liner notes of Crash! Boom! Live!.[3]



  1. ^ Thorselius, Robert (May 2003). The Look for Roxette: The Illustrated Worldwide Discography & Price Guide (1st ed.). Sweden: Premium Förlag Publishing. ISBN 978-9197189484. 
  2. ^ Thom Duffy (29 April 1995). "EMA Telstar Books Roxette Into Moscow To Close Tour". Billboard. 107 (17): 61. ISSN 0006-2510. Retrieved 11 September 2017. 
  3. ^ a b "Inlay information". Crash! Boom! Live! (liner notes). Roxette. London: Picture Music International. 1996. 7243 4915553 4.