Sony MusicIn June, Jeff Lynne’s ELO, the current incarnation of Electric Light Orchestra, played a concert for 60,000 fans at the famous Wembley Stadium near London. The show, which featured a career-spanning set packed with the band’s many hits, is the focus of a new audio/video package called Wembley or Bust that will be released on November 17.

The collection, which you can pre-order now online, will be available as a two-CD/DVD or two-CD/Blu-ray set, a two-CD package, a three-LP vinyl set and in digital formats.

Among the ELO classics the band played at the event were “Evil Woman,” “Livin’ Thing,” “Do Ya,” “Sweet Talkin’ Woman,” “Telephone Line,” “Turn to Stone,” “Don’t Bring Me Down” and “Mr. Blue Sky.”

The group’s set also included a version of the title track to its latest studio album, 2015’s When I Was a Boy, and the Traveling Wilburys hit “Handle with Care,” which Lynne co-wrote.

“It’s the best time I ever had in music,” says Lynne of the Wembley concert. “It is beyond anything I could have imagined.”

The video portion of Wembley or Bust was directed by Paul Dugdale, whose previous credits include the Rolling Stones concert films Sweet Summer Sun and Havana Moon.

Here is the full track list of Wembley or Bust:

“Standin’ in the Rain”
“Evil Woman”
“All over the World”
“Livin’ Thing”
“Do Ya”
“When I Was a Boy”
“Handle with Care”
“Last Train to London”
“Can’t Get It out of My Head”
“10538 Overture”
“Ma-Ma-Ma Belle”
“Shine a Little Love”
“Wild West Hero”
“Sweet Talkin’ Woman”
“Telephone Line”
“Turn to Stone”
“Don’t Bring Me Down”
“Mr. Blue Sky”
“Roll Over Beethoven”

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