I had been waiting for many years for a DVD of this early 1980's American fantasy comedy about a home computer run amok; a computer which interferes with the new love affair between an architect and a lady cellist. There's a fine Giorgio Moroder-produced soundtrack, featuring Culture Club, Jeff Lynne, Philip Oakey and others. Fortunately, I have a code-free DVD player so I can enjoy discs such as this, because there's no other DVD of this movie other than the UK disc.
Please ignore an incorrect review by an Australian customer who complains about poor sound or mono sound. The sound is fine and it IS in stereo. The disc is Dolby Stereo(NOT surround sound), and so, on your surround sound receiver or preamplifier, be sure that you are in the "stereo" or "Dolby Stereo" mode, because, if you play this DVD with your receiver or preamplifier in the Dolby Pro Logic, Dolby Pro Logic II, Dolby Pro Logic IIx modes(either "movie" or "music" version), you will hear stereo upmixed to simulated surround sound. In simulated surround sound, the sound will be dominated by the centre channel, producing an unintended somewhat mono-ish sound. Play the disc in the correct audio mode, and you will hear stereo sound.
The disc adds the music video for the title track, which the DVD manufacturer has licensed from Virgin Records. Too bad that the DVD manufacturer didn't license all 7 video clips for the soundtrack songs(these were once released on UK VHS as "Electric Dreams:The Video Soundtrack"). I've got the Uk videocassette of "Electric Dreams:the Video Soundtrack", but unfortunately, that VHS tape has only linear stereo audio, which plays only in mono sound on most modern VHS machines.