Modern rock outfit Incubus will on May 28 issue a VHS/DVD of a live in-studio concert taped last October in New York. "The Morning View Sessions," which aired on MTV and VH1, features 12 songs from In

Modern rock outfit Incubus will on May 28 issue a VHS/DVD of a live in-studio concert taped last October in New York. "The Morning View Sessions," which aired on MTV and VH1, features 12 songs from Incubus' recent Epic albums, including the rock radio smashes "Drive," "Wish You Were Here," and "Nice To Know You."

The DVD edition of "Morning View Sessions" was assembled using Sony's CineAlta 24P production system, recently utilized by director George Lucas to shoot "Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones." Behind-the-scenes and making-of-the-video clips, plus the music video for "Wish You Were Here," round out the DVD.

The band made its first foray into DVD last year with "Vol. 2," which featured music videos, 20 live performances, and footage shot during the making of its latest album, "Morning View." The set is No. 67 in its 29th week on The Billboard 200 and has sold 1.5 million copies in the U.S. to date, according to Nielsen Soundscan.

Incubus is on the road in North America as part of Honda's Civic Tour, which hits Somerset, Wis., on Friday (May 24). The band will also play the Reading and Leeds festivals in England in late August.

Here is the tracklist for "The Morning View Sessions":

"Pardon Me"
"Stellar"
"Glass"
"Circles"
"The Warmth"
"Mexico"
"Drive"
"Warning"
"New Skin"
"Just a Phase"
"Nice To Know You"
"Wish You Were Here"

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