Sugababes: Overloaded - The Singles Collection [DVD]
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Rather than working through the releases chronologically, it seems there's been an attempt to start with the best and work down to the worst. (At least, the DVD starts with my favourite track and finishes with the two I find a bit irritating). "Freak Like Me" is the DVD's opening track : like all the singles released from the first two albums, this is a great tune. It features a sample from Gary Numan's "Are Friends Electric ?" and gave the Sugababes their UK first number one. The video is pretty striking and - although I may have been watching "Underworld" a bit too often recently - seems to have a slight vampire theme to it. The most striking video in the collection, though, is "Shape" - a very stylish and classy affair. The song itself is also excellent. As with "Freak Like Me", it was lifted from "Angels With Dirty Faces" and also features a sample - in this case, Sting's "Shape Of My Heart".
Ten of the fourteen tracks are provided by the Keisha-Mutya-Heidi line-up, while Siobhan and Amelle featuring on two tracks each.Read more ›
What is frustrating however, is that for a girl group who are reknowned for excellent live shows (I caught them at V Festival in the year Amelle joined and they were fantastic), that they have never once released a live DVD, unlike say Girls Aloud who put out a DVD of their recent tour with every new album they release, as they have indeed just done with their latest album, "Out Of Control".
The only major improvement I would have made to this DVD therefore, is possibly the inclusion of a live concert of theirs - such as the "Night at the Dominion" show that was filmed around the time of this album coming out - or even the "Uncovered" documentary that they did for ITV2. Further, though they are not going to be touring their current album, "Catfights and Spotlights", I suggest the campaign starts apace here to have a live DVD released for when they next tour, as they are a group who can more than prove their worth in that capacity.