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Singles 93/03 [DVD] [2003]

Sofia Coppola , Tom Rowlands , Dominic Hawley , Michel Gondry    Exempt   DVD
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  • Actors: Sofia Coppola, Tom Rowlands, Ed Simons, Sonja Morgenstern
  • Directors: Dominic Hawley, Michel Gondry, Nick Goffey, Spike Jonze, Tim Qualtrough
  • Format: Compilation, PAL
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: French, Spanish
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: Exempt
  • Studio: Virgin Records
  • DVD Release Date: 22 Sep 2003
  • Run Time: 216 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • ASIN: B0000BXBY2
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 41,151 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)


Product Description

This DVD features the following tracks:

1. Life is sweet
2. Setting Sun
3. Block Rockin' Beats
4. Elektrobank
5. Hey Boy Hey Girl
6. Let Forever Be
7. Out of Control
8. Star Guitar
9. The Test
10. The Golden Path

Live performances including:

Hey Boy Hey Girl from Red Rocks 1999
Hoops from Fuji Festival 2002
Setting Sun from Fuji Festival 2002
Temptation/Star Guitar from Fuji Festival 2002
Chemical Beats from Glastonbury 1997
The Private Psychedelic Reel from Glastonbury 2000

Product Description

per suggellare 10 anni di fantastica carriera i chemical brothers raccolgono in un greatest hits i loro singoli, brani che hanno sconvolto la musica elettronica portandola fino alle grandi ribalte e agli stadi. tutte le hit del duo inglese, e due inediti di portata straordinaria.

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33 of 47 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Singles Galore 9 Oct 2003
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
The Chemical Brothers have been gracing the music biz since 1993, and this is a celebration of all their videos and live appearances with 9 interviews thrown in for good measure. So is this worth getting?
Lets start with the 9 videos here, all of excellent productional value. My favourite being Star Guitar, because I have found myself stairing out of train windows and seeing the pilons go past to the beat of the song I was listening to, so when this came out I thought it was geinous! Other classics include the black and while Life Is Sweet, which features The Charlitains frontman Wayne Coyne. Other ones you shouldn't miss include Setting Sun, Block Rockin' Beats and Hey Boy Hey Girl, with it's tale of a girl breaking her arm and seeing skelitons. One thing you will notice is that Tom and Ed seem to be somewhere within their videos, so it's cool to spot them during the vids. These vids are all high class, and are well produced and should keep you entertained.
The next bit is live performances, which range from the Fuji Festivel 2002, Glastonbury 1997 and Red Rocks 1999. These performances are great, and remind you how good they were live. My favourite has to be Temptation / Star Guitar from Japan's Fuji Festival back in 2002. The performance was excellent and the transition from Temptation to Star Guitar is excellent. Everyone's dancing around like crazy, and the light show is perfect.
The next section is interviews, which has 9 of them in total. Everyone from Beth Orton, Norman Cook, Richard Ashcroft, Justin Robertson, Sean Rowley, Bernard Summer, Tim Burges, Noel Galllagher and Wayne Coyne. The Chemical Brothers even have their own interview, which is quite interesting. A good addition to the DVD.
The Private Reel is the last section of this DVD.
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54 of 56 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Block Rockin' DVD! 1 Oct 2003
By Stanton K. Payne II - Published on
This DVD contains both promo and live videos as well as interviews. The promo videos and live videos are really awesome. The live videos contains really cool strobing effects and visualities. The interviews features Tom Rowlands & Ed Simmons (The Chemical Brothers, themselves), Noel Gallagher of Oasis, Bernard Sumner of New Order, Richard Ashcroft formerly of The Verve, Norman Cook (Fatboy Slim, himself), Beth Orton and Tim Burgess as well as video directors. The videos are as listed below:
Life Is Sweet
Setting Sun
Block Rockin' Beats
Hey Boy Hey Girl
Let Forever Be
Out Of Control
Star Guitar
The Test
The Golden Path (brand new video)
The live videos are as follows below:
Hey Boy Hey Girl - Live from Red Rocks 1999
Hoops/Setting Sun - Live from Fuji Festival 2002
Temptation/Star Guitar - Live from Fuji Festival 2002
Chemical Beats - Live from Glastonbury 1997
The Private Psychedelic Reel - Live from Glastonbury 2000
There are three ways to watch the videos on this DVD. You can watch the promo videos only, the live videos only or both in crhonological order. There is also 'The Private Reels' with behind the scene footage of The Chemical Brothers. It's really cool and kinda funny. This DVD is a must have for every true Chemical Brothers fan.
Warning: This DVD contains strobing effects which may affect some viewers with photo-sensitive epilepsy or other such condition.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars An Extraordinary DVD of music videos 1 Sep 2004
By Alan Pounds - Published on
I'll start off by saying that I'm a big fan of music video DVDs in general. Chemical Brothers videos are larger than life. Several of these videos zip you away into a sense of peace and tranquility, leaving you amazed. The two stand-out videos have got to be "Star Guitar" and "The Test". I've watched both of these videos several times, and am still astonished every time I watch them.

For the video "Star Guitar", they just shot footage from the side of a train. Everything they pass, whether it be: trees, buildings, bridges, poles, walls... is cut perfectly to the beat, rhythm and melody. That video must have taken forever to make. "The Test" is very simular; with a lot of on-beat video making.

Not only are the videos awesome, but the live concert footage is sweet too; maybe even better than the videos. The light show they put on is just sick. This DVD is must see for... anyone.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Private Psychedelic Masterpiece 93-03 13 Oct 2004
By Lil' Rowlands - Published on
The main thing I appreciated about this DVD were the promos. Each promo makes you respect that song more in so many different ways. Unlike Moby's PLAY DVD, The Chem. Bros. give each video a kind of adventure or purpose while keeping you motivated through every beat. My personal favorites were 'Block Rockin' Beats' with these two people on the run from the police apparently, getting caught in the end, while on their journey, run into Tom and Ed in a sort of club. 'Star Guitar' was absolutely impressive with a view from outside the window of a train as everything that passed you (bridge, pole, etc...) represented each beat and must look carefully, otherwise you might not understand the video in general. My other favorites include Out Of Control, The Test, and Setting Sun promos ('Life Is Sweet' creeps me out even to this day). The LIVE cuts are another KEY part of this DVD collection. Even when you sit at home on your couch or in your room doddling on your computer, the LIVE cuts can still make you feel like you are very much there with the strobing lights and scratched/mixed up beats through Hey Boy Hey Girl, Hoops/Setting Sun, and the other cuts. It was interesting to watch The Private Reels on the DVD as Tom and Ed go around the world and ask random people if they've ever heard of The Chemical Brothers. Some of these people had no clue what they were talking about which was humorous. Most of them on there (teens) knew their older works when they were known as The Dust Brothers, which I can't say too much about because I've never heard any of their older works of music. The interviews are worth a listen as well as they go through all, if not all, the guests that appeared in the songs. You have Tim Burgess (Life Is Sweet), Noel Gallagher (Setting Sun), and I believe Beth Orton (Alive Alone, Where Do I Begin, The State We're In) was in there as well, I'll have to double-check that one. This DVD is one of a kind and will serve all the Chem. fans out there well.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars LONG TIME COMING 16 Oct 2003
By Daftpfnk - Published on
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
Chemical Brothers fans have long awaited a video/live dvd from the masters and I would say it's been worth the wait. What an awesomely put together dvd. Even the menus are class. Having been at the red rocks show, I admired how its footage perfectly captures the mayhem that ensued after the blistering opener hey boy, hey girl. And as for the other live bits, they're worth the price of admission alone, especially the Japan footage, simply jaw-dropping. But you also get the promos and interviews which only add to the future classic status of this dvd. Some of the best videos of the last ten years of course line up to show the Chem's might. 'The Test' is an instant classic with amazing visuals, and 'The Golden Path' is a very positive and uplifting piece of genius as a video and track. Excellent DVD.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Another 5-Star Review 13 July 2004
By Kenneth M. Goodman - Published on
I just wanted to add something to all the other 5-star
reviews of this excellent DVD...and that amazing
the live material is. Sure the videos are good, but it's
the live section of this DVD that really (to use a cliche)
blows you away. The live songs are masterpieces of beat-genius,
with each song delivering extremely satisfying build-ups and
climaxes...all are mesmerizing...all have less vocals than the
single versions...all are stretched out with BIG SUB-WOOFER
sound! It almost seems like...if Beethoven and Mozart were alive
today, they'd be these two Chemical Brothers exhibiting their
musical chops to live & raving audiences. So anyway, if you
buy this DVD, I recommend that you go immediately to the live
section. It's truly thrilling.
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