|2002||1||The Vandals||Oi to the World! Live in Concert||Recorded at the Sun Theater in Anaheim, California December 2001.|
|2003||2||Mest||Live at the House of Blues|
|3||One Man Army||Live at the Troubadour||Recorded at The Troubadour in West Hollywood, California, February 4, 2003.|
|4||Alkaline Trio||Halloween at the Metro||Recorded at The Metro in Chicago, Illinois, October 31, 2002.|
|5||Neil Hamburger||Live at the Phoenix Greyhound Park|
|6||Guttermouth||Live at the House of Blues||Includes bonus live concert CD.|
|7||Pistol Grip||Live at the Glasshouse||Recorded at the Glasshouse in Pomona, California.|
|8||Reel Big Fish||Live at the House of Blues||Recorded at the House of Blues June 20, 2003.|
|2004||9||The Vandals||Live at the House of Blues||Recorded at the House of Blues in Anaheim, California, July 5, 2003. Includes bonus live concert CD. Numerous special features including "Josh Freese cam" with picture-in-picture close-up of foot pedal, optional on-screen lyrics, and commentary.|
|10||The Adolescents||Live at the House of Blues||Includes bonus live concert CD|
|11||Goldfinger||Live at the House of Blues||Recorded at the House of Blues July 19, 2003.|
|12||Zebrahead||Live at the House of Blues|
|13||Bleeding Through||This Is Live, This Is Murderous|
|14||The Matches||Live at the House of Blues||Recorded at the House of Blues October 21, 2003.|
|15||Throw Rag||Live at the House of Blues||Recorded at the House of Blues in Anaheim, California, April 29, 2004.|
|2005||16||Circle Jerks||Live at the House of Blues|
|17||Tsunami Bomb||Live at the Glasshouse||Recorded at the Glasshouse in Pomona, California, September 10, 2004.|
|18||Dance Hall Crashers||Live at House of Blues L.A.||Recorded at the House of Blues in Los Angeles, California.|
|19||The Bouncing Souls||Live at the Glasshouse|
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