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S Club 7: Carnival [DVD]

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  • Format: PAL, Digital Sound, Dolby, Colour
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: Exempt
  • Studio: Universal
  • DVD Release Date: 28 Oct 2002
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000075AIJ
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 36,422 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)



With an accompanying "access all areas" television series, S Club's Carnival 2002 tour was billed as a defining moment of live music to match Lollapalooza. From the opening sequence of seven warrior drummers marching from the auditorium on to the stage, to the walkway that hovers precariously over the heads of the audience, the show clearly has enormous aspirations. Assisted by stunning stage projections, colourful dance routines and costumes, the seven singers successfully manage to conjure up what the title promises: a flaming hot fiesta. Apart from the inclusion of selected tracks from their third album Sunshine, the show differs little from their previous nationwide tour, with favourites such as "S Club Party", "Bring It All Back" and "Reach" all getting priority billing in the show. In a belated acknowledgement to all the mums and dads in the audience, Jon performs a powered-up rendition of Beatles classic "The Long and Winding Road", and the show ends with a pumping medley of 1970s and 80s party hits. The Carnival show may not go down in the history books as one of the defining moments of 21st century popular culture, but it's certainly a spectacular which deserves to be remembered (well, in the short-term at least).

On the DVD: Carnival on disc has glossy and colourful visuals, just like the photos in the teen magazines S Club regularly front. The material is occasionally spoilt by cheap-looking visual effects, which would not look out of place on a 1980s edition of Top of the Pops. The 5.1 Stereo soundtrack, though, is excellent and successfully recreates the dynamism of the concert. The bonus features are an improvement on previous S Club DVD releases but not particularly original (an episode from the tour TV series Don't Stop Movin' and a lacklustre picture gallery). --John Galilee

From the Back Cover

Bigger and better than S Club Live, Universal Music and 19 management present S Club 7 'Carnival' Live, a full concert recording from their sell-out shows at the London Arena this year, and also the last time you can catch the band as a 7-piece.

  Set to a backdrop of a massive plasma screen projecting Carnival images, S Club 7 explode onto the stage surrounded by Japanese warriors hammering on steel drums. The Lights go up, the crowd roars and S Club are here to party! Having already toured the country, S Club 7 are clearly in full swing as they launch into an athletic performance of 'S Club Party' to their biggest audience in the London Docklands.

  All their chart hits are here including 'You're my Number One', 'Show Me Your Colours', 'Don't Stop Movin'; plus as expected the usual S Club party antics. A special feature of this DVD is the use of a 360 degree camera, as introduced by Paul, which captures the crowds image for the DVD, so if you were lucky enough to see the show in London try and spot yourself in the audience.

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 10 July 2003
Format: DVD
I'm not a huge fan of S club 7 but have always enjoyed their music.
This DVD captures the S Clubbers on the last date of their Carnival tour 2002. The set list of this concert is as follows along with a description of how it is performed and a rating out of ten:
S Club Party - The members of S Club appear from under the stage on trapdoors and perform the opening song 10/10
Bring It All Back - S Club move swiftly on into their debut single which has an unrecognisable introduction 8/10
Good Times - After a small rather amusing chat with the audience they perform a track off their 'Sunshine' album and which should have been a single. On lead vocals is Paul who sounds great. 10/10
You're My Number One - Always been a favourite with the fans and they perform it in the energetic way that it should be done 10/10
Friday Night - Not S Clubs strongest track and I get the feeling it was only there to give Bradley a chance to shine. At the end of this song the members disappear under the stage 4/10
Sunshine - The members re-appear from behind a giant video screen to sing the title track of their third album. Jon sings lead and does a great job 8/10
Show Me Your Colours - Again not a particularly great song but it gives Rachael her moment in the spotlight 7/10
Never Had A Dream Come True - This song is possibly one of S Clubs best songs. Jo sings lead and it becomes clear immediately that she has the strongest voice in the group and tears through that song with the other six members almost fading into the background. Again at the end of the song they disappear under the stage. 10/10
Stronger - This is the beginning of the disco section of the concert and the members re-appear from under the stage on a DJ's box to sing another cracking song.
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It is a fantastic concert on dvd, had this on VHS, but it's wearing away on some songs. Every song is brilliant.
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By Martina L. Davis on 12 Sep 2010
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i like this one i never whach them live but this makes you feel like your at the show
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