Found On Film

Found on Film is a CD/DVD release by Maxïmo Park containing a DVD of videos and live footage and a CD of BBC Sessions. It was released, along with Missing Songs to complement their debut album A Certain Trigger. It comes in a hard-cover case akin to a book, with several pages of photos taken by the band over the course of the tour for the debut album separating the sleeves for the two discs.

Read more about Found On Film:  DVD Contents, BBC Sessions Bonus CD, Trivia

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