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Right Here, Right Now (DVD)

Right Here, Right Now
Video by Atomic Kitten
Released 30 September 2002
Recorded Waterfront Hall, Belfast
Genre Pop
Length ~130:00
Label Eagle Rock Entertainment
Producer Steve Kemsley
Atomic Kitten chronology
So Far So Good
Right Here, Right Now
Be with Us

Right Here, Right Now is a 2002 DVD by Atomic Kitten. The DVD was recorded at Waterfront Hall in Belfast in 2002 during their tour and features the live band "The Phat Cats", and also contains "The Kitten Diaries" which was 48 minute documentary previously aired by Channel 4 made by the girl group themselves consisting of backstage footage during their 2002 United Kingdom tour, rehearsals for shows, and the making of "It's OK!" in South Africa. The diary was mainly shot using handheld cameras.

Track listing

# Title
1. "Right Now"
2. "Turn Me On"
3. "Eternal Flame"
4. "Tomorrow And Tonight"
5. "Hippy"
6. "Get Real"
7. "Strangers"
8. "Cradle"
9. "You Are"
10. "Follow Me"
11. "It's Ok!"
12. "See Ya"
13. "I Want Your Love"
14. "Kids in America"
15. "Bye Now"
16. "Whole Again"
17. "Dancing in the Street"
Bonus tracks
1. Making of "It's Ok!"
2. "The Tide Is High" (promo video)
3. The Kitten Diaries


Natasha Hamilton Vocals
Liz McClarnon Vocals
Jenny Frost Vocals
Julian Emery Guitar
Steve Barney Drums
Gordon "Pemmo" Bass guitar
Ciaron Bell Keyboards
Adam Wakeman Keyboards
Steve Kemsley Producer
Martin O'Shea Executive producer
Janine Coleman Dubbing mixer

External links

  • Official site
  • IMDB entry for "The Kitten Diaries"
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