The Sopranos Alternate Intro-Without Credits

Not sure if this has been posted here before but I just saw this and thought it was pretty neat. It's basically an alternate show opening with some added footage of Tony driving home and of some of the various characters shown outside walking and getting out of cars. Not sure where it came from as I don't think it was part of any of the DVD box sets, or at least I never noticed them as I have all the seasons. :icon_biggrin: ... 2=0xcd311b

Re: The Sopranos Alternate Intro-Without Credits

That's so neat to see! I completely agree that the version they went with is immensely better (and I know this was no where near a final music edit, but it's pretty pathetic, even for a temporary. :icon_biggrin:) Still it's wild to see the characters out like that. The Junior one cracked me up, but the weirdest had to be Melfi. As though, after all that seedy Newark footage, Tony would pass her office on the way home.:icon_razz:
Tony, his spirits crushed after b-lining to the fridge first thing in the morning: "Who ate the last piece of cake?"

Re: The Sopranos Alternate Intro-Without Credits

Yep mate, all of them appeared in this video were then-actual band members.

This is a BBC performance recorded at the beginning of millennium, you can see their on stage performance.

In that recently recorded video of the song called Hello I am Johnny Cash you can check how they look like nowadays,

This one is the acoustic version of WUTM and you can also see Devlin Love in that video who has recently joined the band.

Current band members/aliases

The members of the band are
Jake Black AKA The Very Reverend Dr. D. Wayne Love: vocals
Rob Spragg AKA Larry Love: vocals
Zoe Devlin AKA Devlin Love: vocals
Piers Marsh AKA The Mountain of Love: programming, keyboards, vocals and harmonica
Simon (The Dude) Edwards AKA Sir Eddie Real: percussion
Orlando Harrison AKA The Spirit: keyboards, keyboard bass
Mark Sams AKA Rock Freebase: guitar, bass guitar
Jonny Delafons AKA L. B. Dope: drums, percussion
Steve Finnerty AKA LOVEPIPE: production, additional guitar and additional vocals

They are awesome, they had toured last summer USA, hope you catch them next time for their monumental live performance. You can check their website for further reference:
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