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Radiohead - Arms & Legs [2 X DVD] [NTSC] [2011]

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Never a band to do what s expected, Radiohead remains the most challenging chart act in the world today. And almost 20 years since their debut album, this astonishing group continue to make music that has almost nothing in common with anyone else around. This two disc DVD documentary film set looks at the Radiohead story from different angles. The first film traces the development, recording, release and aftermath of their most influential and rewarding record to date, OK Computer, and by placing this extraordinary work within the context of the group s entire career, as well as dissecting what has become their most iconic statement, uniquely tells the band s tale from the vantage point of this 1997 crescendo. The second film looks at Radiohead s rise to glory, from their very earliest days together to the point at which they became the global phenomenon they have on occasion, stated they wished they hadn t. In completion, this set borrows from Radiohead s own approach to the oh-too-often cynical, stagnant and un-nourishing side of the music industry by seizing the opportunity to produce a brace of films befitting of Radiohead s truly unique agenda.


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1.0 out of 5 stars Another repackaged ripoff 9 July 2011
By C. D. White - Published on Amazon.com
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If you have Radiohead: OK Computer - A Classic Album Under Review and Radiohead - Homework - Unauthorized Documentary then don't waste your money. This is just a repackaged version with a new cover. If you don't have either of those you aren't really missing much anyway as the people interviewed aren't as knowledgeable about Radiohead as any ardent fan is. Which is to say if you are a fan of the band then you already know everything that these supposed experts talk about in the DVDs. Not to mention that some of them have some questionable opinions about "what Radiohead meant when they wrote this song". And there are some downright inaccuracies as well. For example, there is one guy that goes on and on about the line in Paranoid Android "Ambition makes you look very ugly" When the actual line is "Ambition makes you look pretty ugly". That might seem like a minor misquote to some but the guy uses that line to expound that Thom Yorke was putting forth the idea that Ambition is ugly. However, "pretty ugly" can be viewed as a paradoxical juxtoposition therefore steering clear of making any such grand pronouncements. And I think even the most casual fan would surmise that Thom Yorke isn't the type of person to make grand pronoucements in his lyrics. If anything his lyrics are quite the opposite.

Also in case you don't have the 2 previous DVDs mentioned or if you have them and you forgot.."The Story So Far" is a highly deceptive subtitle since this only covers up to 2003 at best and very shabbily at that. In short, I would only recommend this to people who know next to nothing about Radiohead because that sure seems to be what the people interviewed in these DVDs know.
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