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Posted: Jul 29 2006, 12:53 PM
Member No.: 1
Joined: 27-October 05
Well you may as well give up a day of your life if you're planning on getting through all of the content on this here DVD.
What you're getting on this extremely limited edition id nearly four and a half hours of live in concert performances, recorded between 1993 - 2004. If you're looking for the most spaced out sounds around you can't go far wrong with this, especially on the complete concert from 2002 featured here. You also get some cover versions including corking cracks at "Astronomy Dominie" and "Fire". That would be Pink Floyd and Arthur Brown, people.
Some of the material is ropier than others as its all been transfered from VHS but for the most part, the 40 plus performances are a rare treat.
:twisted :twisted :twisted / 3 out of 5