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Sagemcom DTR94320S 320 GB Freesat HD Digital TV Re&hellip by Sagemcom
1.0 out of 5 stars Poor system, 29 Jan 2014
Poor system, continually froze mainly on Hd channels but then on normal too. Cheap casing and very noisy fan, which distracts when viewing. Had enough after few days so returned item and got refund. Have other Sagem products but this one disappointing in the extreme!
Anesthetize [DVD+Blu-ray] [2010] [2001] [NTSC] <b>Blu-ray</b> ~ Porcupine Tree
5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant, 9 Dec 2011
I recently wrote a review for the DVD of ASBNH and was a little critical of the grainy quality and poor camera work. However, I also made mention of this Blu Ray.
This is just brilliant. The concert is incredible and the Blu Ray and sound quality only serve to enhance the experience.
PT are starting to receive the critical acclaim that they deserve and their musicianship is evident throughout. Some of the apparent 'throw away' guitar riffs and bass lines, not to mention Gavin Harrison's drumming left me speechless. There are no real stage effects just a video back drop to some of the tracks. Whilst they are good, I found myself so engrossed in one or other of the musicians that… Read more
Porcupine  Tree - Arriving Somewhere [2DVD] [2011] <b>DVD</b> ~ Porcupine Tree
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4.0 out of 5 stars PT can do no wrong, 9 Dec 2011
Steve Wilson can do no wrong at the moment and his best 'incarnation' is still undoubtedly with Porcupine Tree. This DVD suffers from a grainy effect and somewhat inferior camera work but the concert and musicianship still shine through. The more recent Blu Ray of the 2008 concert in Holland for Fear of a Blank Planet is an altogether better experience to watch and listen to.
The title track on this DVD is still one of the most impressive Prog Rock tracks I have ever heard. It has everything and is played to the highest level, even the introduction of some metal style guitar work fits in and the melodies created on most tracks are something to behold. As a rock fan of some 40 years, I… Read more