|Three Days of Adrenaline|
|Live album / DVD by|
|Released||December 7, 2011|
Three Days of Adrenaline is the first live DVD by Japanese rock band Coldrain, released on December 7, 2011.
Three Days of Adrenaline was recorded in three cities: Osaka, Nagoya and Tokyo. The track list contains all the songs of the album The Enemy Inside , and some songs from Final Destination and Nothing Lasts Forever . The DVD has a special feature of Mah from the ska punk band SiM.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many of Coldrain's gigs were forced to be postponed or cancelled. To entertain fans during the lockdown period, they released Three Days of Arenaline for free on YouTube for a limited time.
|2.||"To Be Alive"||3:17|
|7.||"Rise and Fall"||3:48|
|18.||"A Tragic Instinct"||4:30|
|19.||"[On The Road]"||1:41|
|21.||"The Maze" (ft. Mah)||4:42|
|24.||"We're Not Alone" (Encore)||3:58|
|25.||"The Maze" (Osaka Too Close Extreme One Cut Ver.)||4:13|
|26.||"Painting & My Addiction" (Tokyo Exclusive Performance)||9:03|
|27.||"Miss You" (Tokyo Exclusive Performance)||4:06|
|28.||"To Be Alive" (Music Video)||4:07|
|29.||"To Be Alive" (Trailer)||1:00|
|30.||"Rescue Me" (Music Video)||3:34|
|31.||"Rescue Me" (Trailer)||0:32|
|Japanese Albums (Oricon)||31|
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