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The Velvet Underground: Live MCMXCIII [DVD]  (NTSC) 
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After over 20 years apart, The Velvet Underground reformed for a seemingly impromptu performance at an exhibition in the early Nineties. However, this eventually led on to a worldwide tour in 1993, allowing the original line-up to play in Europe for the very first time. This video captures highlights from their three night residency at L'Olympia Theater, with Moe Tucker's dustbin lid drumming providing the backbone to Reed, Morrison and Cales' feedbacked nostalgia.
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I think it's worth buying just to see them working the riffs together, but dont expect the same melodies to shine as they did on the original recordings, which are absolute classics, expecially the 1st album.
Classic songs, excellent musicianship and a fantastic chance to see the unique Moe Tucker at her best.
Don't let "Lack Lustre Lou" put you off. This DVD will help anyone understand why so many bands have been influenced by the Velvets.
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Almost spoilt by some half-hearted vocals from Lou but some good performances from the rest of the band.Published on 10 Nov. 2008 by Deano