Radiohead -- 7 Television Commercials [DVD] 
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track list: paranoid android, street spirit, no surprises, just, high and dry [us version],karma police,fake plastic trees.
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The seven Radiohead music videos on here are all of a high standard. There's no faulting the excellence of each. You'll find that each of the videos are filmed and made completely differently.
The videos on here, if you hadn't already discovered are:
High and Dry (U.S. Version)
Fake Plastic Trees
The total running time is 34:03 minutes.
The one's that stand out are the now famed 'Just' video with the ever-questioned ending and the wonderfully produced 'Street Spirit'. The most lacking video is probably Karma Police, which simply doesn't offer any replay value, but you should find yourself engrossed into each one.
There simply isn't enough material on here to warrant you paying anything more than say £10. Whilst hardcore fans will lap it up, when you compare this to say Pavement's 'Slow Century' DVD with all 13 videos plus so much more, it is difficult to justify spending a lot on this. The videos are excellent, but the experience is short-lived. The only special feature is a useful 'Play all' button, which is nice, but far from what we all should expect. It needs more videos, maybe a nice Radiohead booklet, and maybe some live performances. In fact, at the very least both this and the documentary DVD 'Meeting People is Easy' should come together on the same disc.
The video for "Paranoid Android" is a thing of beauty, summing up Radiohead's touchingly bleak view on society today, as one-by-one, in detailed animation, the video exposes corruption in politics, alcohol abuse and prostitution. Other videos of note include the equally wierd "Street Spirit" featuring dancing nuns and rabd dogs, and the profound "Karma Police" video which proves that even the rich and famous have to show good will to all.
Clichéd though it is, if you only buy one Radiohead video this year, make it this one, if you buy two, get "Meeting People is Easy".
Each video, now seldom played on MTV, is superb and tells it's own unique story. Just and Paranoid Android especially have strong (and amusingly cynical) storylines.
Also, it must be worth noting that this is a 7 track DVD that costs just £10. If the DVD was £20 (like most similar music DVDs are - Smashing Pumpkins, U2, NIN, etc) then the 'not enough content' argument would work. But, at £10, the DVD is practically a steal.
Because the band have outright political and social views, and are against commercialism and such, their videos are anything but the standard MTV soft porn 3 minute sound and vision bites. They go hand in hand with the music and further the effect of the music. It's pretty difficult once you've watched these films to listen to, say, 'Just', and not think of that extraordinary video that accompanies it. It's the same with every song. Each is unique and different, not only to other people's work, but to their own work as well.
There are no standouts, particularly, as they're all so vividly different, but both of Jonathan Glazer's contributions, 'Karma Police' and 'Street Spirit' are superb. 'Paranoid Android' too, directed by someone German, I think, is a brilliantly disturbing, realisitic and suitable accompaniment to that dislocated, unstable and tense six-minute epic.
Emotional, funny, quirky, eccentric, angry, heartbreaking, political, contemporary, original....I could go on forever, but I won't (1,000 words minimum!!). Seriously, if you are a fan of Radiohead, this will only make you love them more.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A great video collection of some of radiohead's most successful singles. I found the dvd really engrossing and captivating. Read morePublished on 7 Jun. 2012 by RRr
This video does doubtlessly contain some of radiohead's best songs, although many of them rather over-rated. This could be a great video if it showed some innovation. Read morePublished on 24 Feb. 2004 by D. T. Poole
I can watch this DVD over and over. Not only does it contain some of Radioheads most beautiful music it has also some of the greatest music videos in the world, ever. Read morePublished on 29 Dec. 2003 by A. Browne
I'm afraid Radiohead need to gets their backsides in gear. Sure, they make some good videos, but so do Blur (who've produced a Vid of all their music videos) and so does Bjork, and... Read morePublished on 23 Aug. 2003 by Penny Crayon
I've been waiting years for Radiohead to release this stunning collection on DVD. I purposefully held back on buying the video, so that one day I could watch the videos in... Read morePublished on 11 Aug. 2003
Ahh, Radiohead. They are indeed one-of-a-kind, and this video makes that point superbly. It's got emotion, style, artistic integrity, and simply put, some of the greatest videos... Read morePublished on 2 Dec. 2001