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  • Actors: Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts, Ron Wood
  • Directors: Hamish Hamilton
  • Producers: Ian Stewart, Melanie Fletcher, Ned Doyle
  • Format: Box set, DVD-Video, PAL
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Spanish, Italian, French, Portuguese, German, English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Classification: Exempt
  • Studio: Universal Music Operations
  • DVD Release Date: 30 July 2007
  • Run Time: 420 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000S6LT42
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 17,476 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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The Rolling Stones are widely known as the Greatest Rock 'n' Roll band in the world, they are currently on the best selling concert tour of all time.

This is a four-DVD set featuring seven hours of content including two full length concerts, two behind-the-scenes documentaries and classic favourites such as, "Honky Tonk Women," "Sympathy for the Devil," and "(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction."

The ‘Biggest Bang’ captures concert footage from the Rolling Stones 2005/2006 World Tour. It features live concerts in USA, Brazil, Japan, China and Argentina plus a bonus documentary disc. Packaging - Concertina Digi-pak in a slip case

From the Back Cover

DVD 1 - Texas - 1.Opening 2.You Got Me Rocking 3.Let’s Spend The Night Together 4.She’s So Cold 5.Oh No, Not You Again 6.Sway 7.Bob Wills Is Still The King 8.Streets Of Love 9.Ain’t Too Proud To Beg 10.Tumbling Dice 11.Learning That Game 12.Little T&A 13.Under My Thumb 14.Get Off My Cloud 15.Honky Tonk Woman 16.Sympathy For The Devil 17.Jumpin’ Jack Flash 18.Satisfaction 19.Brown Sugar
DVD 2 - Brazil - 1.Opening 2.Jumpin’ Jack Flash 3.It’s Only Rock and Roll 4.You Got Me Rocking 5.Wild Horses 6.Rain Fall Down 7.Midnight Rambler 8.Night Time Is Right Time 9.Happy 10.Miss You 11.Rough Justice 12.Get Off My Cloud 13.Honky Tonk Woman 14.Start Me Up 15.Brown Sugar 16.You Can’t Always Get What You Want 17.Satisfaction
DVD 3 - Japan - 1.Opening 2.Let’s Spend The Night Together 3.Sapporo 4.Rain Fall Down 5.Tokyo Dome 6.Rough Justice 7.Cherry Blossoms
China - 1.Opening 2.Bitch 3.Midnight Runner 4.Gimme Shelter 5.The Place Is Empty 6.That’s What I Do 7.It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll 8.China, A Slow Process
Argentina - 1.Opening 2.Worried About You 3.Football Chant 4.Happy 5.Miss You
6.Ronnie and Audience 7.Paint It Black 8.Satisfaction
DVD 4 - Salt Of The Earth - A Bigger Bang Tour Documentary

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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Nik on 23 Jan. 2008
Format: DVD
After the excellent 'Four Flicks' dvd showcased The Stones to such effect I wondered about the POINT of 'The Biggest Bang', how many MORE versions of these songs do you really need? Also, as they age, how can their performances do anything except slowly diminish? Well all this is true...BUT these old guys can STILL put on a great show! True, Mick can't sing with quite the gusto of a few years past and Keith on the whole can't really solo properly anymore but the Stones' flame has NOT gone out!
The Austin show on disc 1 is a good stadium gig, highlights include 'Sway' - good solo from Ronnie doing Mick Taylor finest moment-, a cracking 'Ain't Too Proud To Beg' and a high energy 'Get Off My Cloud' which is a joy to hear! There are also two unusual cover versions 'Bob Willis Is Still The King' & 'Learning The Game' which are both interesting , the latter especially so as Keith makes it sound like something HE wrote with his wonderful ragged off hand performance.
The Rio de Janeiro show on disc 2 is worth it just for the shots of the truly MASSIVE crowd of 1.2 million fans! There are good versions of 'It's Only Rock n' Roll', 'Midnight Rambler' and especially a great cover of Ray Charles' 'Night Time Is The Right Time'. Disc 3 features selections from concerts in Japan, China and Argentina. Theres a great performance of 'Gimme Shelter' from Shanghai but the real treasure is a truly incredible show in Buneos Aires. The huge stadium crowd generate awesome noise and energy and the whole band rise to the occasion. 'Happy' plays on in a wonderful jam as Keith starts improvising a song he has largely played much the same way for 30 years! 'Miss You' has the crowd doing the vocal parts louder than Mick and great guitar licks from Ronnie and especially Keith - who CAN still do it when he wants to!
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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By D. Rabley on 16 Aug. 2007
Format: DVD
The Rolling Stones follow up the Bigger Bang tour with a great DVD set. Taking more than a hint from the format of Four Flicks you get two full concerts (Austin Texas and Rio), several documentaries and selected songs from several other concerts across four DVDs.

For the first time on DVD the Rolling Stones have great sound quality. At last they have a DTS sound track with clarity and separation of the instruments and less crowd noise.

In terms of performance, it is in keeping with all that you'd hope. These guys defy their ages and Mick Jagger probably does little aside from workout to be in top shape his energetic performances at these concerts.

Good quality packaging as well, a real addition to any collection.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Colin O'donnell on 20 Feb. 2011
Format: Blu-ray
I had the 4 dvd set of 'the Biggest Bang' and naturally wanted to upgrade when it was released on Blu- ray. There is only one Blu- ray disc and given that you can easily fit 4DVD's worth of material onto one Blu-ray I was expecting to see the same content. What a shame then that half of the DVD content has not been included, the reviewer above has already helpfully set this out. It's very irritating as the Copacabana beach concert is well worth seeing along with 'the rest of the world' only some of which is on the Blu ray. unless there is going to be another 'special' Blu ray of Copacabana, I cannot see that this release is anything more than cynical.

The music and filming are first rate but I deduct stars because of Universal's apparent contempt for fans. The Stones are a big enough band to have the muscle to stop this type of thing happening.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By mister joe on 14 July 2013
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Pretty much the last decade or so I would snort with derision at the mention of The Stones....my image of them was of money grabbing rockers who played endless stadium tours charging inflated prices and in a perpetual state of v.i.p seclusion.
This changed a couple of Saturdays ago when I watched them at Glastonbury.
I thought they ruled.BIG TIME.In my opinion they embarrassed every other band who are in some cases 45 years younger.Artic Monkeys???I nearly passed out in bleary eyed boredom as the band bashed out tunes that all sounded alike....sexless,zero charisma....bizarrely dressed like Richard Hawleys nephews.The Vaccines???Boil in the bag top shop indie.
Jagger was just immense....strutting around with the energy of a teen on heat.And the TUNES....Start Me Up,Sympathy For The Devil,Brown Sugar,Jumpin Jack Flash...on and on it went bashing the audience over the head and highlighting everything missing from bands of today.
These dudes are rock stars.Us mere mortals need to be separated.Thats how it was.No photos of Jagger in trackies buying a loaf of bread.....he would get the finest flown in with its own first class seat on a plane.
All over the t'net,papers everyone was talking about it.Whether you thought "we are not worthy" or [I pity you]"rubbish" you had an opinion and that speaks volumes about a band that have been knocking about for 50 years and have the combined age of a dinosaur.People mocked in the usual ageist,british sneery way but to me the legacy of this band is nothing but astonishing.
Anyway Bigger Bang is a generous 4 dvd set jobbie featuring a gigantic show in Rio and Texas,this as is Stones style a monster tour.
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