Sting: The Brand New Day Tour: Live From The Universal Amphitheatre Trailer

Sting: The Brand New Day Tour: Live From The Universal Amphitheatre Trailer (1999)

"Music" 08 September 1999 Music 88 mins

Concert video from Sting's Brand New Day Tour. 1. A Thousand Years 2. If You Love Somebody (Set Them Free) 3. After the Rain Has Fallen 4. We'll Be Together 5. Perfect Love... Gone Wrong 6. Seven Days 7. Fill Her Up 8. Every Little Thing She Does is Magic 9. Ghost Story 10. Moon Over Bourbon Street 11. Englishman in New York 12. Brand New Day 13. Tomorrow We'll See 14. Desert Rose 15. Every Breath You Take 16. Lithium Sunset 17. Message in a Bottle 18. Fragile

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Cast

Sting

as Himself

Dominic Miller

as Himself

Manu Katché

as Himself

International Titles

Sting ‎- The Brand New Day Tour: Live From The Universal Trailer

International Releases Dates

United Kingdom 08 September 1999

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