D.O.A.: Greatest Shits 1978-1998 Trailer

D.O.A.: Greatest Shits 1978-1998 Trailer (2003)

01 January 2003

Music/Musical - This DVD features 20 years of trouble-making from D.O.A. Includes 10 action-packed story line videos, 3 live videos and Joe's sermon from the Mount. Songs include "Disco Sucks," "World War 3," "Get Out Of My Life," "War," "Death Machine" and more.

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