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Suede: Lost In TV [DVD] [2001]


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  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: Exempt
  • Studio: Nude
  • DVD Release Date: 30 Sep 2002
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00005UDN8
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 95,865 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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A collection of promo clips featuring the band Suede. Includes 'The Drowners', 'The Wild Ones' and 'Animal Nitrate'.

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exellent dvd of the greatest band in my opinion britain have ever produced!!!bundle of their exellent work all on one dvd!!!
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This is a very well put together collection of all of the promo videos for the singles by Suede while they were signed to the now defunct Nude Records. This then takes you to the singles from the first album Suede to Head Music but also includes the video for single only "Stay Together" and "Shipbuilding" from the Help: Artists for War Child album. All videos can be accompanied by commentary from the band, revealing their feelings on the videos and giving you a few anecdotes about their creation. This is a very nice feature, and one I enjoyed very much.

There are a few other extras on the DVD, all of which make for a complete collection up to that point.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
This is how every music DVD should be! 7 Dec 2002
By dmpulp - Published on Amazon.com
Suede are one of those strange (and few) bands whose videos are just as great as their songs. And that is because they know how valuable the videos are for their fans. And "Lost In TV" shows it. This DVD includes every single Suede has promoted, plus a lot of additional material (studio recordings footage, a "The Tonight Show" performance of "Moving", a Brett Anderson and Richard Oakes rehearsal for "Daddy's Speeding", and a lot of surprises hidden). Of course, this DVD is worth every single penny! Check out the "Metal Mickey", "Electricity", "Beautiful Ones" and "The Wild Ones" videos, and you will know what I mean.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
very glad i bought it... 27 Feb 2005
By Low-Ranking Reviewer - Published on Amazon.com
Die hard Suede fans probably(or at least should) own it. But to the general Brit-rock/pop fan or music fan, here's why you should consider buying it.

1. great songs(about 18), good videos in varying quality(about 20, some are alternatives and one is just a film opening sequence). all in dolby digital 5.1/surround sound.

2. short 'films' by Simon Gilbert. kinda like brief featurettes.

3. instrumental option on a handful of videos/songs for you to sing along to yourself(lyrics provided).

4. band commentary!!! choose this option, and you can see them in a little window in a lower corner of the videos sitting on a couch and commenting on (more like, as someone else said, slagging) their own videos. this is funny, interesting, and informative on its own. as another reviewer said, at one point, they actually leave the room while a video is playing(they hate it that much!). watch all the videos first and try to guess which ones they hate the most(two in particular). i personally would not have guessed the two they hate the most...but the one with the water...well, you'll see. it should be noted that most of the videos aren't really bad, it's just that the members(as they freely admit in the commentary) don't really like 'acting' in them or like certain 'gimmicks' used to create certain ones. so take the critcisms with a grain of salt(i had to cause they weren't very fond of most of the videos i found to be really interesting/entertaining). to each their own.

5. of note, if you have trouble understanding their accents, turn the sub-titles on when you turn on the commentary. you'll be able to read what they say. also, the videos are grouped by album(about a handful of videos for each cd) you can watch all in a row, or just concentrate on them by groups.

hope that helps you decide to buy this. besides some great music, along the lines of 80's romanticism and stirring ballads, you also get some good(or at least interesting) videos with some being 'live' footage as a bonus...all at a reasonable price! highly recommended!!

that's the info part, here's the personal part(just for fun)

fav. songs= So Young, Trash, Beautiful Ones, Lazy, Electricity, She's in Fashion. fav. videos= We are the pigs, Wild Ones, Electricity, Trash, Beautiful ones. fav. album from Suede= Head Music(maybe). also recommended= Blur's and The Charlatans'(UK) video collections.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Snatch this up while you can! 28 Nov 2002
By James Baker - Published on Amazon.com
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A solid review of the band's videos, mixed in 5.1 no less. If you are a lowly American Suede fan such as myself, than most of these clips will be brand new to you. The clips themselves range from fantastic(Beautiful Ones)to idiotic(Stay Together--Brett, who did your hair on this one?) but the music is briliant throughout. AND we get the bonus of band commentary(mostly unitelligible with the accents and the mumbling) and a sort of video scrapbook, highlighting each year since 1993. Its too bad that this garnered such a limited release, Im sure only diehards are ever going to see these clips on this side of the pond. If you like Suede, seek this out!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Why don't you own it already? 15 Jun 2004
By Henry Platte - Published on Amazon.com
Assuming that anyone who happens to read this review is already a Suede fan, you need this product. There's really no better way to see all of these videos, and some of them (Beautiful Ones and Everything Will Flow in particular) are really brilliant and enhance the original songs. The video's best feature, though, has to be the instrumental versions of all the songs, allowing for Suede karaoke. It doesn't skimp on the features in general; it's a good buy.
A Must-Have DVD for any Suede fan 15 Dec 2004
By Sakos - Published on Amazon.com
This DVD collects all of Suede's videos from 1992-1999. And what a fantastic DVD. The videos themselves are awesome, with my favorites being Animal Nitrate, So Young, Metal Mickey, The Drowners, Beautiful Ones, The Wild Ones, Everything Will Flow, and Electricity. However, all of the songs rock and the videos are all interesting and are enhanced by the music. The features include the ability to do some Suede karaoke with about a third of the songs, and the "On the Couch" section, which has the band members sitting on the couch in the corner of the screen commenting on the videos. Their comments are hilarious, and during the video for Stay Together, which the band hates, they all leave the room except Mat, who makes a phone call! Overall a hell of a DVD...my only complaint is that it's missing Suede's last three videos they did before they broke up.
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