THE TRIFFIDS AND GUESTS: IT'S RAINING PLEASURE (2009)
It's Raining Pleasure, the rockumentary, follows Australian music legends, The Triffids, first full shows since their demise in 1989. Featuring the best of the Saturday and Sunday night performances with interviews with members of The Triffids and their guests, it's raining pleasure showcases the extraordinary songwriting genius of the bands frontman, the late David McComb.
- Too Hot To Move, Too Hot To Think - The Triffids
- Tarrilup Bridge - The Triffids, Rick Maymi
- Bury Me Deep In Love - The Triffids, Mark Snarski
- Life Of Crime - The Triffids, Mark Snarski
- In The Pines - The Triffids, Rob Snarski
- Hell Of A Summer - The Triffids, Rob Snarski, Rick Maymi, Julian Wu
- This One Eats Souls - Rob Snarski, Chris Abrahams
- The Good Life Never Ends - Blackeyed Susans
- Seabirds - The Triffids, Mick Harvey
- Setting You Free - Mick Harvey, Evil Graham Lee, Martyn P. Casey, Rick Maymi
- Lonely Stretch - The Triffids, Steve Kilbey
- Wide Open Road - The Triffids, Steve Kilbey
- Embedded - Melanie Oxley, Chris Abrahams
- I Want To Conquer You - The Triffids, Melanie Oxley, Mick Harvey, Rick Maymi, Julian Wu, Chris Abrahams
- Jerdacuttup Man - The Triffids
- Calenture - Chris Abrahams
- Save What You Can - The Triffids, Toby Martin
- Thanks For Everything - Youth Group
- Trick Of The Light - The Triffids, Toby Martin
- Personal Things - The Triffids, Toby Martin
- Raining Pleasure - The Triffids
- Red Pony - The Triffids, Rob Snarski
- Fairytale Love - The Triffids
Includes over 25 minutes of exclusive extras.
- DVD - Madman MMA5018 (Australia) - PAL / 16:9 Anamorphic Widescreen / All Region / 126 min. + bonus material
From back cover:
"It's Raining Pleasure" documents a four-night reunion of seminal 1980s Australian band, The Triffids, and an impressive line-up of guest singers and performers at the Metro Theatre during the Sydney Arts Festival in January 2008.
It marked the band's first Australian concert performances in almost 20 years. The four concerts were stages to celebrate the song-writing genius of The Triffids' late lead singer, David McComb, who died in February, 1999.