OMG HGB DVD ROTFL

OMG HGB DVD ROTFL

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OMG HGB DVD ROTFL is a DVD by the power pop band Hellogoodbye, released on November 22, 2005 by Drive-Thru Records. It contains two hours of music videos, tour footage, a full 40-minute concert and a 30-minute acoustic set.

The title is composed of acronyms used in internet slang, and stands for "Oh my God/Hellogoodbye/Digital versatile disc/Rolling on the floor, laughing". When designing the artwork for the DVD jacket, vocalist/guitarist Forrest Kline initially intended it to be a space filler until they would find a serious title. However, OMG HGB DVD ROTFL stuck.

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Music videos

The DVD's first segment comprises the band's five music videos to all the songs off their Hellogoodbye EP, along with a making of montage. All of the videos show the band in ridiculous costumes and/or comedic alter egos — from a parody of Baywatch in "Shimmy Shimmy Quarter Turn", directed by Darren Doane, via a tennis match in "Call n' Return", directed by Scott Culver, to players, German exchange student and finger puppets in the remaining three videos, which were all directed by Jonathan London and filmed exclusively for the DVD.

House of Blues performance

Secondly, OMG HGB DVD ROTFL contains a 40-minute concert, filmed in high-definition at the band's stop at the House of Blues in Anaheim, California on July 14, 2005, during their tour with Houston Calls, JamisonParker and The Rocket Summer. Following a short pre-show interview, the band plays...
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