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  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Classification: Exempt
  • Studio: Warp
  • DVD Release Date: 5 Jun. 2006
  • Run Time: 130 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000FIGYBG
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 21,527 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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A tasty compendium of Maximo Park’s ‘A Certain Trigger’ campaign, featuring a veritable array of content for Maximo fans and music lovers alike.

•A two disc (one DVD, one CD) set housed in a limited (5000)edition deluxe casebound book with 16 page booklet featuring writing and photos from the band. •Includes live performance at Brixton Academy in London, the final date on their 2006 Headlining NME Awards Tour, mastered in 5:1 surround sound. •Close up and personal documentary filmed intimately by friends of the band whilst on the NME tour. •Live in Newcastle on 29.01.06 capturing the hysteria and raw energy that permeated their home town show. •All 6 videos to date. •A live studio session filmed for AOL. •The audio CD features BBC Sessions hosted by Jo Whiley, Zane Lowe, Steve Lamacq & Tom Robinson including a previously unreleased track & cover of Natalie Imbruglia’s ‘Shiver’. •Approx length 2 hours 10 minutes. •A Maximo Park release not to be missed. •With a slew of summer festival appearances and a headline tour of their own (which sold out in a mere 24 hours), 2006 is shaping up to be another massive year for the band.

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DVD DISC Maximo Park Live At Brixton Academy (Full show)(5.1 surround sound and stereo) Graffiti, The Coast Is Always Changing, Limassol, Postcard Of A Painting, I Want You to Stay, Signal and Sign, Kiss You Better, Now I'm All Over The Shop, Once, A Glimpse, Apply Some Pressure, The Night I Lost My Head, Going Missing. Found on FilmTour Documentary following the band during the recent NME awards tour

Maximo Park Live at Newcastle Academy (Stereo)Signal and sign, Fear Of Falling, I Want You to Leave, Postcard Of A Painting, I Want You To Stay, Limassol Promo videos The Coast Is Always Changing, Apply Some Pressure, Graffiti, Going Missing, Apply Some Pressure (2nd version), I Want You To Stay Extras:Live on AOL: I Want You To Stay, Graffiti, Going Missing CD DISC BBC Sessions Surrender (BBC6 Tom Robinson session – previously unreleased song) The Coast Is Always Changing (Steve Lamacq session 13/12/04) Graffiti (Steve Lamacq session 13/12/04) Apply Some Pressure (Steve Lamacq session 13/12/04) I Want You To Stay (Zane Lowe Session 19/04/05) Going Missing (Zane Lowe Session 19/04/05) Kiss You Better (BB6 Tom Robinson Session) All Over The Shop (BBC6 session) Shiver (cover of Natalie Imbruglia, Jo Whiley Live Lounge)

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Whatever Maximo Park's critics may say,I'm going to stick my neck out and call this unusual band the New Beatles for the 21st Century.This group of lads have made a promising start to their musical careers with "Apply Some Pressure",their first

successful single release,in 2005. Now their first DVD is a clever compilation of tour documentary,live shows,BBC studio

sessions and an online AOL session,plus a 16-page booklet containing nearly 100 photos of the band's travels during their

first year on the road.

I thoroughly enjoyed this DVD,which will appeal particularly to

the 16-30 year age group (and hopefully older mark, who will recall that other groundbreaking art rock band of the 70s,Roxy Music,who may have been a romantically-inclined influence on the

band.) Furthermore,when the Beatles started out,they had the same jokey approach and look what it did for them!

Paul Smith has the necessary charisma for a memorable frontman,

Duncan Lloyd provides the harmonious and melodic guitar accompaniment,Lukas Wooller is moody on keyboards,Archis Tiku

provides a solid bass and Tom English is the band's backbone

on drums.

As Paul Smith quotes during a voiceover commentary in Brighton

"We're not crack demons or weirdos,we're just ordinary people,"

a description of the band which comes as refreshing in this day and age,with its uncertain future for the younger generation.

Maximo's intelligent and well-balanced approach in their songs

and lyrics are sometimes perceived as too harmless,I feel,for their own good(I don't mean that unkindly!
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Let me start by saying that the navigation on the DVD is a real nightmare. When I first load the DVD you're presented with a series of options on film reels with no obvious way to move between them. It's such a let down when you settle down to watch a DVD then can't figure out how to use it. Clicking on the options doesn't work, eventually I discovered that you press left/right keyboard keys (probably just left/right on a DVD remote) you can navigate slowly through the options.

The Brixton Academy gig video is amazing. The sound is the major winner here, in amazing quality 5.1 surround sound which sounds absolutely stunning considering it's a live gig. There are currently some clips from the Brixton gig on the MTV Overdrive website if you want to check it out before buying. The video is a little grainy due to the low light, but that's probably to be expected from a live gig DVD like this.

I was at the gig at the Newcastle Carling Academy which is on the DVD. The atmosphere there was amazing, but the DVD really doesn't show the true excitment of Maximo Park playing their biggest gig yet in their home region. It's recorded in black and white and looks as if it's been done with remote controlled cameras, with very sudden and often uncontrolable camera movements trying to track Paul around the stage. So overall the Newcastle video is a bit of a disappointment, but could have potentially been fantastic if the video and sound quality were improved.

On the other hand the BBC Sessions CD is amazing, it's really interesting to hear the band in such good quality acoustic studio environment. The acoustic version of Natalie Imbruglia's 'Shiver' is stunning.

There's also a self-made documentary entitled 'Found on Film' which follows the band around.
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once i heard maximo park were releasing a dvd i was so excited, they didn't let me down.

the 2 live performances are edited and filmed very very well and as the band are so intense and incredible live it really is amazing to watch.

the found on film tour documentary really stands out to me, it's not false and just them preparing speeches for the camera. it seems real and it's just about them being who they are and doing what they do. it gives more insight on the band and you can see they are truely passionate about what they do.

i could talk forever about this but i will stop.

seriously, buy this. you can't go without seeing it.
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If you like the band, you'll like this. Saves hunting for the singles to get the B sides!
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