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Hardcore Superstar - official limited edition dvds


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Last year Hardcore Superstar produced 2 official limited edition dvds (only 500 of each) which were only available at their gigs. Dvds were professionally made silver pressed, proshot, soundboard recordings and were from the Loud park Festival Japan 2006, and Sweden Rock 2007. Top quality items.



Remaining stock was being sold at the following 2 sites:








Definitely worth picking up if you are a fan (or just a collector). Remember what happened to that crashdiet dvd... now fetches well over $US100.


I believe almost all stock is gone but if you're qucik you still may be able to grab one.






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the "t-shirts by mail site" had them really cheap about a week ago, but I can't see them on there anymore. It may be worth emailing them to see if they had any left.


They had a special.... buy 1 for 200Kr ($US 24) or get both for 250Kr ($US30). Great deal if it's still availabe!!!


The look a little expensive on swedmetal Maybe it 's the last of the stock and they've bumped up the prices.

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I have the Live @ Sticky Fingers but can't play it on my DVD players. I can watch it on my computer though. Really good.

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I don't understand how to buy there. :P I need that site in english.

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