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Radiohead - The Best Of [DVD] 
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A comprehensive collection of music videos from the band's years at EMI, from the 'Pablo Honey' album in 1993 to 2003's 'Hail to the Thief'. Includes 'Creep', 'Street Spirit (Fade Out)', 'Karma Police', 'No Surprises' and many others.
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However, the Best of DVD is worth the money, purely because it is the first proper collection of Radiohead's music videos since "7 Television Commercials" back in the mid 1990s. Everything is in here, bar the Kid A "blips" (which wouldn't fit into a DVD format very well anyway). As well as the (typically brilliant) videos from throughout the band's career, it also includes two very rare videos, including what has to be hands down the most terrifyingly disturbing music video ever, "Pulk/Pull Revolving Doors and Like Spinning Plates". In some senses, the purchase price is worth it just to witness the fact that there's one band which has videos which can actually disturb you like that.
So yes, by all means, buy this collection, because there's not been anything like it ever. A cash grab it may be, but every cloud has a silver lining.
Their videos are some of the most creative, experimental, original and beautiful ever made. However I found myself a little disappointed with the overall standard and didn't enjoy all of the videos as much as I thought I would. Whilst the band have this reputation for very complex, arty videos - be aware that a few of the videos are basically just recorded live gigs or performance videos.
The middle of the DVD has, in my opinion, the strongest videos and songs - from the bands strongest and most acclaimed albums - The Bends and OK Computer. 'Just' is my favourite of the videos, but Karma Police, No Surprises and Street Spirit are also great in very different ways. I find the earlier songs and videos (apart from Creep of course!) quite immature and `brit poppy' and not up to the standard you would expect. Plus, as the later music becomes more abstract so do the videos. Videos such as the ones for Pyramid Song and Push Pulk/Spinning Plates are truly bizzare and I didn't find them as enjoyable as their earlier work.
It is however interesting to see videos directed by well known film makers including Michel Gondry (Knives Out), who went on to make the excellent Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. You can also compare the UK and US versions of High and Dry (the US version is much better. Even if I'm not 100% sure I understand it!!!) I think the DVD could be improved by some extra features on the making of the videos as I'm sure some explanation and behind the scenes info would make the videos more watchable and make the DVD better value. However it is still an interesting collection of videos by a band who have experimented with every technique in the book - art house, performance, animation, CGI and more.
Oh, and if you do decide to buy it, shop around, as prices vary wildly. I bought my copy for around £12, having seen it that day on the high street for 20!
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