|Review: Vader - More Vision And The Voice|
|More Vision And The Voice|
Label: Metal Mind Productions
Year released: 2002
Duration: 120 min.
Review online: July 15, 2002
Reviewed by: Michel Renaud
for:More Vision And The Voice
Rated 3.75/5 (75%) (8 Votes)
This is what a band's DVD should be. Professional live footage, videos, bootleg live footage (from the No Mercy Festival 2001), band and members biographies, interview with Peter, discography, photo gallery, desktop images, art gallery, web links. Many DVDs out there are cheap as hell (not price-wise) and do not include a third of the stuff found here. English subtitles are available, a good thing since the show shot professionally is in Poland, and the interview is entirely in Polish.
The professional footage (13 songs) is great, filmed from different angles, making it all the more interesting. The bootleg footage (8 songs) is also very good, my only negative criticism on this one being that it doesn't run continually, but stop to return to the menu after every song. The interview covers a lot of stuff, from the band's name, the first gig, etc... Don't forget to turn the subtitles on! ;) The biographies and the discography are well done and interesting, but on my TV the text was a bit too small to be read easily. I guess I'll need a new one eventually. ahem. There's also a bunch of pictures and images included.
Not much wrong can be found with this release, and I hope it sets the standard for DVDs, because frankly I've had enough of half-baked DVD releases in the past. This one is highly recommended.
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