Tokio Hotel TV – Caught on Camera

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Tokio Hotel TV – Caught on Camera
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Released9 December 2008
Recorded2008
Genre Pop rock [1] [2]
Teen pop [3]
Language German
Label Island, Universal Music
Tokio Hotel chronology
Zimmer 483 – Live in Europe
(2007)
Tokio Hotel TV – Caught on Camera
(2008)
Humanoid City Live
(2010)

Tokio Hotel TV – Caught on Camera is a DVD released by the German band Tokio Hotel on 9 December 2008. [4] [5] It provides an exclusive behind the scenes view of the Tokio Hotel's Concerts and the very best of Tokio Hotel TV.

Contents

Track listing

Standard Version

Track #Title [6]
1"Intro"
2"Tel Aviv, Paris, Cannes, Essen"
3"TH-TV: MTV Europe Music Awards 2007"
4"Montreal, Toronto, Los Angeles"
5"TH-TV: Climbing with Gustav and Georg"
6"New York City"
7"TH-TV: On the Kart Track with Tom, Gustav and Georg"
8"New York City, Oberhausen"
9"TH-TV: Hot Topics @ Hot Topic"
10"TH-TV: Interview above the clouds"
11"Lisbon, Paris"
12"TH-TV: Shopping with Bill"
13"Modena, Genf"
14"Werchter, Mexico City"
15"TH-TV: MTV VMA 2008: Music, Mayhem, Tokio Hotel"

Deluxe Version

The deluxe version also comes with a poster of the band inside the DVD box.

Track #Title [6]
1"Interview - Part 1"
2"TH TV: Desert, Dust & Gasoline: Quad Biking with Tokio Hotel!"
3"Interview - Part 2"
4"TH TV: Past Time Secrets and Future Sins!"
5"Interview - Part 3"
6"Bill and Tom in the studio"
7"Interview - Part 4"
8"TH TV: Back on Track: Bill's Revenge!?"
9"Interview - Part 5"
10"TH TV: Pain and Paint: Tokio Hotel pull the trigger!!!"

Limited Fan Package Version

This version comes with a deluxe version of the DVD plus a brand new T-shirt of the band to accompany.

Chart positions

Weekly charts

Chart performance for Tokio Hotel TV – Caught on Camera
Chart (2008–2009)Peak
position
Austrian Music DVD (Ö3 Austria) [7] 5
Danish Music DVD (Hitlisten) [8] 6
Dutch Music DVD (MegaCharts) [9] 3
Finnish Music DVD (Suomen virallinen lista) [10] 2
French Music DVD (SNEP) [11] 3
Norwegian Music DVD (VG-lista) [12] 1
Portuguese Music DVD (AFP) [13] 1
Spanish Music DVD (PROMUSICAE) [14] 2
Swedish Music DVD (Sverigetopplistan) [15] 3
Swiss Music DVD (Schweizer Hitparade) [16] 3

Certifications

RegionCertification Certified units/sales
France (SNEP) [17]
video
2× Platinum40,000*

* Sales figures based on certification alone.

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