Crowded House's last performance may have been a decade ago, but the "Farewell to the World" concert will stay alive via Capitol/EMI's 10th anniversary CD and DVD collections.

Crowded House's last performance may have been a decade ago, but the "Farewell to the World" concert will stay alive via Capitol/EMI's 10th anniversary CD and DVD collections. Due this week, each double-disc set will be sold separately, featuring the 24-song set in it entirety.

Responsible for hits like "Don't Dream It's Over" and "Something So Strong," the quartet originally formed in Melbourne in 1985. The group's final studio set, "Together Alone," was released in 1993, but Crowded House took the stage for a final time in November 1996 at Sydney's Opera House for a children's hospital benefit.

The 2-disc DVD contains interviews with band members Neil Finn and Nick Seymour, behind-the-scenes documentaries on the concert and the band's history. In related news, Seymour will play a key role in Finn's next solo album, due later this year.