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  • Format: AC-3, Anamorphic, Colour, Dolby, DTS Surround Sound, DVD-Video, PAL, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Spanish, French, Portuguese, German, English
  • Region: Region B/2 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: Exempt
  • Studio: Universal Island
  • DVD Release Date: 27 Oct. 2008
  • Run Time: 230 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001CJJWU2
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 76,145 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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The masters of melodic pop/rock captured live at the O2 Centre, London, performing songs from their acclaimed album 'Under The Iron Sea' among others.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By AV Dave on 24 Dec. 2010
I'm a big fan of Keane and just love music Blu-Ray & DVD's but this one simply disappoints. The director is the same guy who directed The Killers - LATAH. The Producer is also the same guy - so why is the final production of these two concerts so many miles apart? To give you an idea of how bad it is (and how bad Universal Music know it is) there is a load of excuses about picture quality written by the director, Dick Carruthers, on the inside cover printed on the sleeve! It reads... "Due to the camera-gain occasionally used and specifically the Super-8, there is grain and noise in the concert". He then adds... "We think it looks great and goes with the turf" WHAT! It then reads... "The MPEG encoding however accentuates the grain and noise in the picture and so reducing the sharpness setting is recommended to counter this effect" - I didn't realise that Universal Music need to be informed why we buy Blu-Ray discs, what a crazy, crazy, cock-up.
I do imagine that concerts are not the easiest things to film but it is clear here that the production company & director are so far out of their depth they must have drowned! To see how it can be done just take a look at KILLERS -LIVE AT THE ALBERT HALL, here you see production as it should be. Sharpness, great colour, contrast - and direction/production BY THE SAME GUYS!
Even the frame changes are too fast making it tiresome and hard work to watch on the Keane disc. If you love Keane then buy this, you won't be disappointed with the musical content and on a positive note the sound track is recorded in DTS-HD AUDIO which does sound good, even on the quieter tracks (still doesn't seem to have the massive dynamic range present with the Killers & U2 discs). Oh and don't bother changing all the settings on your tv as suggested, as with most things - when you start with poor quality you can't really go backwards! Hope this helps.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Angel C on 24 Feb. 2009
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First of all - This is one hell of a good concert, if there's such a thing as a perfect concert - This could well be it. If you like Keane's first two albums - You cannot fail to enjoy this superb concert filmed at the London O2 Arena on 21st July 2007. For those lucky people there on the night; this makes one great memento of what must have been an excellent gig.

I was lucky enough to catch Keane at Nottingham's Ice Arena on the same tour and although it was a great evening, I don't remember it being as good as this!

The Blu-ray image is at 1080i (The interlaced one, not the full 1080P) but don't for one second let that put you off... Concert footage is a mixture of hand held CCTV, superb quality Hi-Definition and various other bits (You can even watch the whole concert in CCTV mode if you want or as Picture In Picture along with the main view!). Filming a concert is a tricky business as they have a tendency to give a grainy image at times (being mostly harsh lights or darkness) and some of the footage here does show this at times, but when you get the HD stuff - It looks superb: You can see the beads of sweat on Tom's face, the glowing LEDs on Tim's synths, the pictures in the on-stage screens and all of this with a glorious richness and depth of colour you just don't get with DVD.

The sound is even better (surely the most important thing for a music concert?) with options of PCM Stereo or 5.1 DTS Master HD Audio. Needless to say they sound excellent... This really is one of those concerts you will watch (and listen to) more than a couple of times.

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Keane fans are recommended to pick up this Blu-ray. If you like the band, and especially if you are familiar with their live work, it's a very faithful, high quality package. The picture is sharp generally - particularly the wide shots - mixed with a range of other stylised footage. The sound is punchy, rich and deep. The band perform excellently, play most of the songs by Keane that I know as a kind of causal Keane fan, and pull off quite a feat in terms of a wall of sound for a three-piece, from what I could tell. The only reason why I knock off a star (which I think can be ignored if you're a serious fan) is that I was slightly disappointing by the lack of dynamics in their live performance. Don't get me wrong, technically no one misses a note - not in the vocals, drums or keyboards. It's just I sort of wished they'd have brought in extra musicians to really give some clout to the choruses and solos throughout. I guess it's kind of the point though that they are a three-piece. However this did leave the live performance feeling a touch - but not seriously - flat, at least to my taste. A very enjoyable concert extremely well rendered on Blu-ray though, overall. Oh... and it was nice to see the band move about the various stage elements and to see some acoustic material too...
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By Dougsmoog on 24 April 2012
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Saw Keane live back at T in the Park a couple of years ago when Blur were supposed to be headlining but took ages to get on stage for whatever reason. Our group decided to give blur the finger and head off to see Keane instead and so glad we did! Fantastic live band in chilled sort of way, perfect to top off the weekend.

On the back of seeing them live was looking forward to this arriving, delivery was very fast too. Ordered Monday received Wednesday. Bluray doesn't disappoint sound quality is great visuals good too, played no problem on my UK PlayStation slim.

Good special features too.

For anyone who is a Keane fan this is a must have.
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