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The Movie Box 1981-2007 [DVD] 
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Following the release of Genesis Live 1973-2007, a box-set gathering the live albums recorded by the legendary British group, with the added bonus of Live At The Rainbow 1973, and the critically-acclaimed hybrid CD/SACD and DVD double disc set reissue of the 14 Genesis studio albums on the box-sets Genesis 1976 – 1982 and Genesis 1983 – 1998 in 2007, and Genesis 1970 – 1975 in 2008, Virgin/EMI concludes its exhaustive rerelease programme of the Genesis catalogue with Genesis – The Movie Box.
The five DVD box-set, with new 2009 5.1 DTS and Dolby Digital sound mixes, makes available on DVD for the very first time The Mama Tour and Three Sides Live. The full box includes:
Three Sides Live--the concert film shot in the US and released in tandem with the live album of the same title, which charted in the top ten on both sides of the Atlantic in 1982. Contains extra full length tracks in 5.1 Audio only.
Genesis Live – The Mama Tour--filmed in 1984 at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham, and featuring the band performing material from the chart-topping Genesis album. Also featuring "The Making of The Mama Album" a home video filmed by Phil Collins during the making of the Genesis album.
Genesis Live At Wembley Stadium--shot during the group’s record-breaking run of four sold-out concerts in July 1987, at the height of their popularity following the release of the number one album Invisible Touch. The DVD also features the tour documentary entitled "Visible Touch".
Genesis: The Way We Walk – Live In Concert--filmed in 1992 at London’s Earls Court Exhibition Centre, and issued alongside the top three albums The Way We Walk Volume One: the Shorts and Volume Two: the Longs.
Bonus material alongside the Mama Documentary comes in the shape of the updated 2009 version of VH1 Behind The Music special about the band. The original version aired in December 1999.
The box-set is designed so that fans of the group can insert into the packaging the two concert discs from When In Rome 2007 as well as the attendant documentary Come Rain Or Shine disc, filmed during their recent reunion tour.
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If you don't own any of the three previously released live Genesis dvd's, here's where to get two of them (only one of which is still available new Live At Wembley Stadium [DVD] ). The second previously issued title, "The Way We Walk" is no longer available outside this set and has been modified for this reissue (more details below). The third live dvd released, "Genesis - When in Rome - Live 2007 (3 DVDs)" is NOT included in this set but a slot and disc case have been included should you wish to place your Genesis live dvd's together in one box. All performances have newly mixed dts as well as Dolby surround soundtracks (except Live At Wembley, more on that below too). Going by the other Genesis box sets, which are awesome including the ...Read more ›
- Even though I already have the Invisible Touch tour, I was pleased to now include Three Sides Live, Mama + Way We Walk to my collection. (even though I HATE how 3SL is put together being only 70% of concert footage left to watch after continous interrupted interviews + of course we all hate how no futher material is included on the Touch tour as extras!)
- I adore the Rome DVD package and would hate to separate it from it's main contents!
- I had only discovered today that the Way We Walk DVD doesn't have any of the extra features the normal one has such as the interviews + camera angle options! Hate to say it, but that made me feel cheated!
The only one I'm 100% happy with is the Mama Tour as along with it's fantastic concert, it includes the amazingly rare home footage of the self titled album being made, recorded, etc. plus following the on site shots of their video singles!
Plus even though the VH1 documentary seems rushed (though that is VH1 for you!) I'm happy it includes an up to date version.
So only three stars representing the 3SL, Way We Walk & Mama concerts, along with the home footage.
ps. may I suggest replacing any of the already purchased DVD's in the Box with our own discovered rare Genesis material easily found on line?
On the positive side, the 5.1 sound on TSL and Mama really rocks. But as expected, cutting in and out of interviews on TSL pretty much makes that release worthless, and some weird vocal overdubs on Phil's vocal on the Mama DVD doesn't help that release either. And don't even get me started on the video quality.
The IT DVD doesn't even play - what a joke. They re-release the DVD exactly similar to the old DVD, except the new one doesn't play.
TWWW DVD - doesn't really add anything to the old one, but at least now it's on one disc. Find the positive things where you can, eh?
Extras? Look that word up in the Genesis dictionary and you'll find it means 'foolish dreams'. The Behind The Music thing has a new chapter on the reunion tour (yawn) and instead some of the old parts have been reduced in length (lol). Give some, take some, indeed.
So basically, one star for the TSL audio extras, and another star for the MAMA audio, and then I'm almost subtracting a star for the incredibly poor value of this box.
I guess if you haven't got any of the old DVDs or VHS releases, it might be worth your money when it goes down in price. For oldtimers and dedicated fans (should there be any left - there seems to be a rapid runaway these days) it's just a rip-off.
I'll just go to the thing I was disappointed at the most. The 5.1 surround mix on The Way We Walk is awful. This was the one I was looking forward to the most as well. Yes, I bought the Live box set in which The Way We Walk doesn't have a 5.1 surround mix (Only Genesis Live, Seconds Out and the bosun disc have DVDs in 5.1) so I bought this box set as well (as was Genesis's plan). In the 5.1 mix, the satellite speakers just contain crowd noise and reverberation. That's it! It's actually quite annoying after a short while. I'm better off playing the stereo audio CD and letting my AV receiver interpolate to all five speakers. Ah yes, this is also true for the Live in Wembley, but I wasn't so bothered about that discs.
Okay, a live recording in 5.1 cannot be as good as a studio recording. There are only five speakers and there are only five people up on stage. You won't get the rich layers of sound as you do in a studio creation. Still, the Three Sides Live and Mama Tour 5.1 mixes sound not too shabby, and in the Live box set, Seconds Out sounds great in 5.1, so it can be done. So yes, very disappointed with the 5.1 mix of Way We Walk.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought this for my dad for Christmas last year. He loved it. It is recommended for any Genesis fan.Published 10 months ago by Richard Bayliss
You don't have Genesis without the other members, you have a waste of trio that only serve of a couple of part time pop song makers and serve as Phil Collins' back up band!Published 22 months ago by Truthteller
My husband has been saving up for this box set for a long time. Was really pleased when it finally arrivedPublished on 31 Mar. 2014 by Mrs Z Smith
This is a superb collection with the Best Genesis shows. Invisible Touch has to be Genesis's best Album & Tour with the Way We Walk coming in a close 2nd. Read morePublished on 7 Feb. 2014 by Jordan The Metalhead
Firstly let me say here & now that I am, & always have been a HUGE fan. I have soooo much stuff, but that is another story. Read morePublished on 27 July 2013 by Lawrie the lush attic
Phil, Tony, Mike... what happened to all those reels of tape that could have been digitized to 1080p? Read morePublished on 10 Jun. 2013 by Albert G. Vogel Jr.
I have waited a long time for this to come down in price since its 1st release, & at the current time of writing its at the best price iv'e seen it so far!! Read morePublished on 25 Aug. 2012 by S. Mackenzie
DO NOT BUY THIS - the 'live at wembley' DVD does not play - I've returned two copies to Amazon, both having identical faults - they know about its pressing fault
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