311 'Enlarges' Home Videos

Modern rock quintet 311 is readying a pair of home videos for Dec. 11 release on Volcano. The group's 1996 VHS release "Enlarged to Show Detail" is getting an upgrade to DVD, and its sequel, "Enlarged

Modern rock quintet 311 is readying a pair of home videos for Dec. 11 release on Volcano. The group's 1996 VHS release "Enlarged to Show Detail" is getting an upgrade to DVD, and its sequel, "Enlarged to Show Detail 2" will see release the same day in both VHS and DVD formats.

The 1996 film features live concert clips, band interviews, backstage footage, and videos for the songs "Down" and "Homebrew." The DVD version will include bonus videos for "All Mixed Up" and "Don't Stay Home." The sequel sports concert footage from the group's past two tours as well as behind-the-scenes footage and videos for "Transistor," "Prisoner," "Come Original," "Flowing," "You Wouldn't Believe," and "I'll Be Here Awhile."

"Enlarged to Show Detail 2," like its predecessor, will come packaged with a CD featuring unreleased recordings. This one features such cuts as "Dancehall," "Bomb the Town," "Will the World," "We Do It Like This," and "Dreamland," as well as an acoustic version of "I'll Be Here Awhile," from the group's latest album, "From Chaos" (Volcano). That set debuted at No. 10 on The Billboard 200 in July.

In other 311 news, the band has posted seven remixes of its songs for free download from its official Web site. Two remixes each of "All Mixed Up" and "Prisoner" join a version of the title track to 1997's "Transistor" (Capricorn) and two songs from "From Chaos" ("Uncalm" and "You Wouldn't Believe") in the "audio" section of the Web site.