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This is a comprehensive discography of the Remington Steelers, an Encino, California-based tribute band. The band has released nine studio albums (with one currently in production), one live album, one compilation, three DVDs, forty-six singles, forty-seven b-sides, forty music videos, and five concert films. Their non-tour performances, mostly at the Troubadour Club in Los Angeles, have also been widely bootlegged and distributed on Betamax, VHS, and DVD in three-tape (or disc) box sets, each tape (or disc) containing two club shows.

edit History

The Remington Steelers released all their studio albums on vinyl, cassette, and CD since 1999, when their debut album premiered. The current line-up consists of Rupert Grint (co-founder), Emma Watson (co-founder), Daniel Radcliffe (joined 2001), and Kay Panabaker (joined 2007). All albums have had at least one single, but it wasn't until Public Broadcasting Service was released that the first music video from the band, "American Pie", was released. Their first video compilation, Making #$%&ing Videos, contained the first four music videos as well as a making-of documentary that Emma directed. It was released in 2003 to coincide with the release of Tour de America, a concert film made by the band during the course of their first tour.

Their first live album, though, wasn't released until April 1, 2007, and it was only filmed and recorded two weeks earlier! Also, it was the only album that wasn't released on cassette. Vinyl copies came with two laserdiscs, one with the concert film (divided into two acts, or one act per side), and the other with the special features, while CD copies came with one DVD. The film by itself with the special features was also made available on UMD.

Their first compilation album, Greatest Hits, was hastily put together by the band and features tracks from their first nine studio albums. Very predictably, the opening track was "Welcome to the Jungle", and once again, "November Rain", "Don't Cry", and "Estranged" were grouped up with each other in that order. The album, which will be released on November 23, 2008, is also notable for containing "Moonlight densetsu" and "Hare hare yukai", both of which were sung in Japanese, one being given a heavy metal treatment, and the other being made a cross between dance pop and alternative.

The most recently released concert film by the band is the first 3-D concert film ever to be released, beating U2's own concert film by a mere three months. It was released shortly after the most dangerous IPO mob in the world, which wanted Rupert dead, was captured by the LAPD. Daniel and Kay had to help Disney and MGM with the concert film by themselves, since Emma was already hiding Rupert, who was under the guise of meganekko transfer student "Sakura Watanabe" at the time, in Japan. The concert film was dedicated to the LAPD as a result of their efforts in stopping that IPO caper. The message at the end of the film reads "THIS CONCERT FILM IS DEDICATED TO THE GALLANT MEMBERS OF THE LAPD".

edit Studio albums

edit The Remington Steelers (1999)

1. It's Still Billy Joel To Me (Weird Al Yankovic cover)
2. Another One Rides the Bus (Weird Al Yankovic cover)
3. School Cafeteria (Weird Al Yankovic cover)
4. My Bologna (Weird Al Yankovic cover)
5. Mickey (Toni Basil cover)
6. Girls Just Want to Have Fun (Cyndi Lauper cover)
7. 99 Luftballons (Nena cover)
8. I Love Rock N Roll (The Arrows cover)
9. Stop Draggin' My Heart Around (Stevie Nicks cover)
10. Theme from Sesame Street (cover)
11. La Bamba* (traditional)
12. Hitler Has Only Got One Ball (Toby O'Brien cover, later appeared on the Sailor Moon O.S.T.)
* Sung in Spanish

edit Pirates of Encino (2001)

1. Bohemian Rhapsody (Queen cover)
2. Kung Fu Fighting (Carl Douglas cover)
3. U Can't Touch This (MC Hammer cover)
4. Smells Like Teen Spirit (Nirvana cover)
5. Instant Karma (John Lennon cover)
6. Moscow* (Dschinghis Khan cover)
7. Shout at the Devil (Motley Crue cover)
8. Beat It (Michael Jackson cover)
9. Message in a Bottle (The Police cover)
10. I Will Survive (Gloria Gaynor cover)
* Sung in German

edit Public Broadcasting Service (2002)

1. American Pie (Don McLean cover)
2. MacArthur Park (Richard Harris cover)
3. Crazy Little Thing Called Love (Queen cover)
4. Theme from Speed Racer (cover)
5. Staying Alive (Bee Gees cover)
6. YMCA (Village People cover)
7. Killer Queen (Queen cover)
8. Longview (Green Day cover)
9. Theme from The Flintstones (cover)
10. Theme from Reading Rainbow (cover)

edit Killer Steelers (2003)

1. Living in America (James Brown cover)
2. Call Me (Blondie cover)
3. Moonlight Densetsu (or, Theme from Sailor Moon)* (cover, also appeared on the Sailor Moon O.S.T.)
4. Break On Through to the Other Side (The Doors cover, later appeared on the Yubisaki Milk Tea O.S.T.)
5. Jailhouse Rock (Elvis Presley cover)
6. The Safety Dance (Men Without Hats cover)
7. Sharp Dressed Man (ZZ Top cover)
8. What's Love Got to Do With It (Tina Turner cover)
9. Loser (Beck cover)
10. Under Pressure (Queen cover)
* Sung in Japanese

edit Speed (2004)

1. Theme from Lupin III* (cover, later appeared on the Sailor Moon Stars O.S.T.)
2. Sex Type Thing (Stone Temple Pilots cover)
3. Basket Case (Green Day cover, later appeared on the Sailor Moon S O.S.T.)
4. Good Riddance (Time of Your Life) (Green Day cover)
5. Thriller (Michael Jackson cover)
6. We Will Rock You (Queen cover)
7. We Are the Champions (Queen cover)
8. Nature Trail to Hell (Weird Al Yankovic cover)
9. Ice Ice Baby (Vanilla Ice cover)
10. Wild Thing (Tone Loc cover)
* Instrumental

edit The Guns N Roses 20th Anniversary Album (2005)

Note: All songs written by Guns N Roses unless otherwise noted.

Disc 1

1. Welcome to the Jungle (later appeared on the The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya and Yubisaki Milk Tea O.S.T.s)
2. It's So Easy (later appeared on the The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya O.S.T.)
3. Mr. Brownstone
4. Night Train (later appeared on the The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya O.S.T.)
5. Sweet Child O Mine (later appeared on the The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya O.S.T.)
6. Paradise City
7. Patience
8. I Used to Love Her (But I Had to Kill Her)
9. One in a Million
10. November Rain
11. Don't Cry
12. Estranged
13. Get in the Ring
14. You Could Be Mine (later appeared on the The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya O.S.T.)

Disc 2

15. Live and Let Die (Paul McCartney and Wings cover, later appeared on the The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya O.S.T.)
16. Civil War (later appeared on the Bleach O.S.T.)
17. The Garden
18. Pretty Tied Up
19. Knockin' on Heaven's Door (Bob Dylan cover)
20. Yesterdays
21. Since I Don't Have You (The Skyliners cover, later appeared on the Sailor Moon Stars O.S.T.)
22. Ain't It Fun (The Dead Boys cover)
23. Hair of the Dog (Nazareth cover)
24. Sympathy For the Devil (The Rolling Stones cover)

edit You Snooze, You Lose (2006)

1. Slither (Velvet Revolver cover)
2. Ridin' (Chamillionaire cover, also appeared on the Sailor Moon S O.S.T.)
3. Holiday (Green Day cover, also appeared on the Sailor Moon S O.S.T.)
4. Boulevard of Broken Dreams (Green Day cover, also appeared on the Sailor Moon S O.S.T.)
5. Working Class Hero (John Lennon cover, also appeared on the Digimon Adventure O.S.T.)
6. Somebody Told Me (The Killers cover)
7. Play the Game (Queen cover, also appeared on the Princess Tutu and, later, Yubisaki Milk Tea O.S.T.s)
8. Give Me Novocaine (Green Day cover)
9. She's a Rebel (Green Day cover)
10. Christmas at Ground Zero (Weird Al Yankovic cover)

edit In 3-D (2007)

1. Dust N' Bones (Guns N Roses cover)
2. Rocket Queen (Guns N Roses cover)
3. Reckless Life (Guns N Roses cover)
4. Hare hare yukai* (Aya Hirano cover, also appeared on the The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya O.S.T.)
5. Koi no Mikuru densetsu* (Yuko Goto cover)
6. Bouken deshou deshou?* (Aya Hirano cover, also appeared on the The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya O.S.T.)
7. Another One Bites the Dust (Queen cover)
8. Jack and Diane (John Mellencamp cover)
9. Every Breath You Take (The Police cover)
10. Centerfield (John Fogerty cover)
* Sung in Japanese

edit The IPO Incident? (2008)

1. Anything Goes (Guns N Roses cover)
2. Right Next Door to Hell (Guns N Roses cover, also appeared on the Pretty Cure Max Heart O.S.T.)
3. Look At Your Game, Girl (Charles Manson cover)
4. My Sharona (The Knack cover)
5. It's Still Rock N Roll To Me (Billy Joel cover)
6. Don't Damn Me (Guns N Roses cover, also appeared on the Naruto O.S.T.)
7. Back Off Bitch (Guns N Roses cover)
8. Dead Horse (Guns N Roses cover)
9. 14 Years (Guns N Roses cover)
10. Think About You (Guns N Roses cover, originally appeared as an Emma Watson track on the Magical Pokémon Journey O.S.T.)
11. Sakura Kiss* (Chieko Kawabe cover)
12. Down On the Farm (UK Subs cover)
13. Ne-ni-ge de Reset* (Kaori Fukuhara cover, also appeared on the Lucky Star O.S.T.)
14. Dancing Queen (ABBA cover)
15. We Didn't Start the Fire (Billy Joel cover)
16. TNT (AC/DC cover)
17. Sk8er Boi (Avril Lavigne cover, originally appeared on Emma Watson's solo album "Got Those Rhythm and Blues")
18. Garden of Eden (Guns N Roses cover)
19. Bad to the Bone (George Thorogood cover)
20. Nice Boys (Rose Tattoo cover)
* Sung in Japanese

edit The Harsh Reality

1. Taps (live)
2. Gangsta's Paradise (Coolio cover)
3. So Fine (Guns N Roses cover)
4. Live and Let Die (live) (Paul McCartney cover)
5. Civil War (live) (Guns N Roses cover)
6. Eye of the Tiger (Survivor cover)
7. Forever Love* (X Japan cover)
8. Black Hole Sun (Soundgarden cover)
9. Waga rōtashi aku no hana* (Ali Project cover, also set to appear on the Code Geass O.S.T.)
10. Don't Cry (alternate lyrics) (Guns N Roses cover)
* Sung in Japanese

edit Live albums

edit Live at the Troubadour Introducing Kay Panabaker (2007)

Note: All songs written by Guns N Roses unless otherwise noted.

Act I

1. Welcome to the Jungle
2. La Bamba* (traditional)
3. Bohemian Rhapsody (Queen cover)
4. It's So Easy
5. Mr. Brownstone
6. Sweet Child O' Mine
7. We Will Rock You (Queen cover)
8. We Are the Champions (Queen cover)
9. I Used to Love Her (But I Had to Kill Her)
10. You Could Be Mine
* Sung in Spanish

Act II

11. Dust N' Bones
12. One in a Million
13. Don't Cry
14. Another One Bites the Dust (Queen cover)
15. Night Train
16. Paradise City

edit Confirmed tracks on Live Era '99-'08 (2009)

Welcome to the Jungle (Guns N Roses cover)
La Bamba (traditional)
Bohemian Rhapsody (Queen cover)
It's So Easy (Guns N Roses cover)
Pac Man (Weird Al Yankovic cover)
Dust N Bones (Guns N Roses cover)
Feliz Navidad (traditional)
Buick Mackane (T.Rex cover)
14 Years (Guns N Roses cover)
Moscow (Dschinghis Khan cover)
New Rose (The Damned cover)

edit Compilation albums

edit Greatest Hits (2008)

Disc 1

1. Welcome to the Jungle (Guns N Roses cover)
2. It's So Easy (Guns N Roses cover)
3. Mr. Brownstone (Guns N Roses cover)
4. Another One Rides the Bus (Weird Al Yankovic cover)
5. It's Still Billy Joel to Me (Weird Al Yankovic cover)
6. La Bamba* (traditional)
7. Bohemian Rhapsody (Queen cover)
8. Moonlight densetsu (or, Theme from Sailor Moon)** (cover)
9. Hare hare yukai** (Aya Hirano cover)
10. November Rain (Guns N Roses cover)
11. Don't Cry (Guns N Roses cover)
12. Estranged (Guns N Roses cover)
* Sung in Spanish
** Sung in Japanese

Disc 2

13. You Could Be Mine (Guns N Roses cover)
14. Ridin' (Chamillionaire cover)
15. Dust N' Bones (Guns N Roses cover)
16. American Pie (Don McLean cover)
17. Theme from Lupin III (cover)
18. Crazy Little Thing Called Love (Queen cover)
19. Break On Through to the Other Side (The Doors cover)
20. Instant Karma (John Lennon cover)
* Instrumental

edit Singles

1. "Another One Rides the Bus"
2. "It's Still Billy Joel To Me"
3. "My Bologna"
4. "I Love Rock N Roll"
5. "Bohemian Rhapsody"
6. "U Can't Touch This"
7. "Instant Karma"
8. "Beat It"
9. "American Pie"
10. "Staying Alive"
11. "Killer Queen"
12. "Moonlight densetsu"
13. "Break On Through to the Other Side"
14. "Loser"
15. "Theme from Lupin III"
16. "Thriller"
17. "We Will Rock You"
18. "Ice Ice Baby"
19. "Welcome to the Jungle"
20. "It's So Easy"
21. "Sweet Child O Mine"
22. "Paradise City"
23. "I Used to Love Her (But I Had to Kill Her)"
24. "One in a Million"
25. "November Rain"/"Don't Cry"
26. "Get in the Ring"
27. "The Garden"
28. "Civil War"
29. "Ain't It Fun"
30. "Slither"
31. "Ridin'"
32. "Boulevard of Broken Dreams"
33. "Working Class Hero"
34. "Hare hare yukai"
35. "Bouken deshou deshou?"
36. "Another One Bites the Dust
37. "Reckless Life"
38. "My Sharona"
39. "It's Still Rock N Roll To Me"
40. "Dancing Queen"
41. "Ne-ni-ge de Reset"
42. "14 Years" (coming soon)
43. "Sakura Kiss" (coming soon)
44. "Down on the Farm" (coming soon)
45. "So Fine" (coming soon)
46. "Waga rōtashi aku no hana" (coming soon)

edit Music videos

Note: All music videos directed by Del James unless otherwise noted.

1. "American Pie" (directed by Weird Al Yankovic)
2. "Moonlight densetsu" (directed by Samuel Bayer)
3. "Break On Through to the Other Side" (directed by Samuel Bayer)
4. "Loser" (directed by Samuel Bayer)
5. "Theme from Lupin III" (directed by Emma Watson)
6. "We Will Rock You" (directed by Samuel Bayer)
7. "We Are the Champions" (directed by Samuel Bayer)
8. "Ice Ice Baby" (directed by Hype Williams)
9. "Welcome to the Jungle"
10. "It's So Easy"
11. "Mr. Brownstone"
12. "Night Train"
13. "Sweet Child O Mine"
14. "Paradise City"
15. "Patience"
16. "I Used to Love Her (But I Had to Kill Her)"
17. "One in a Million"
18. "November Rain"
19. "Don't Cry"
20. "Estranged"
21. "Get in the Ring"
22. "You Could Be Mine"
23. "The Garden"
24. "Civil War"
25. "Since I Don't Have You"
26. "Ain't It Fun"
27. "Slither"
28. "Ridin'" (directed by Hype Williams)
29. "Boulevard of Broken Dreams" (directed by Emma Watson)
30. "Hare hare yukai" (directed by Emma Watson)
31. "Bouken deshou deshou?" (directed by Emma Watson)
32. "Another One Bites the Dust"
33. "Reckless Life"
34. "It's Still Rock N Roll To Me"
35. "Ne-ni-ge de Reset" (directed by Emma Watson)
36. "14 Years" (coming soon)
37. "Sakura Kiss" (coming soon) (directed by Samuel Bayer)
38. "Down on the Farm" (coming soon)
39. "So Fine" (coming soon)
40. "Waga rōtashi aku no hana" (coming soon) (co-directed by Emma Watson and Gorō Taniguchi)

edit Videos

edit Bootlegs

edit Concert films

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