Anthrax Film ‘What’s In My Bag’ Segment at Amoeba Music Record Store
Amoeba Music is one of the most celebrated chain of record stores in the world. Based in California, the shops can carry around 100,000 CDs, vinyl albums and more. With such a collection among Amoeba's Berkeley, San Francisco and Los Angeles stores, choosing just a few items to buy is a brain-scrambling task, but the members of Anthrax jumped at the challenge for a segment called 'What's in My Bag?'
First up was guitarist Scott Ian, who passed over music entirely with his findings. Ian suggested the animated series 'Batman: Year One,' the Patton Oswalt comedy album 'Finest Hour' and some old school entertainment from 'The Dean Martin Variety Show.'
Also choosing Dean Martin in his bag, bassist Frank Bello grabbed himself a copy of he seventh season of 'The Mary Tyler Moore Show' along with U2's '360 Degrees' live DVD.
Don't worry, the choices from the remaining Anthrax members delve more into rock 'n' roll, as drummer Charlie Benante pulled out three Queen albums along with the Nirvana classic 'Nevermind' on vinyl. Among others, guitarist Rob Caggiano walked away with albums from Rob Crow and Peter Gabriel, along with the Pink Floyd offering, 'Is There Anybody Out There? The Wall Live 1980-81.'
Finally, vocalist Joey Belladonna picked some gems from guitarists Joe Bonamassa and Eric Johnson, before unveiling his choice of Whitesnake's 'Live at Donington 1990' album, which features guitar god Steve Vai.
Check out the full video of Anthrax at Amoeba Music below.:
Anthrax - 'What's in My Bag?' at Amoeba Music