Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Aerosmith In Performance|
Genres: Music Video & Concerts
Veterans of the 1976 Rocks Tour Fin Costello (photographer) and Geoff Barton (tour journalist), along side other journalists with first hand knowledge of the band, try to break down the constituents of a unit that has with... more »
Ken K | Brampton, ONTARIO Canada | 08/31/2007
(2 out of 5 stars)
"I bought this because there are very few DVD's with Aerosmith Live. This DVD first and foremost is half talk with people from the UK - very British accent and basically says these guys were great but a bunch of Drug Addicts. It said released this year but the information ended in the Early 90's. The only thing that has a bit of shine of light - is the history of the albums made by the band. Otherwise I am very sorry I bought this and feel cheated for the money spent. The FAN club members for Aerosmith should have a bit of outrage over this release!!!"
Not what i was hoping for
B. Chamberland | 04/09/2008
(3 out of 5 stars)
"First off i am a huge Aerosmith fan so keep that in mind when reading this review:
The title of this DVD is a little misleading... "Aerosmith: In Performance" - it is more of a documentary by some british folks that just run down the career of Aerosmith with a few highlights sprinkled in... I was hoping for full performances and that is not what you get... I would not recommend this product to anyone"
Hurricane International - Arghhh!
defilm | New York, United States | 08/18/2007
(1 out of 5 stars)
"Well of course it was going to happen. When records were around and this
new thing called a CD was available for new album's coming out, it was
Once CD's took off, production companies looking to take advantage of the
new medium went back to the analog master and basically made a master CD
that was nothing more than the 15ips master the album was mastered from,
and was known as AAD. People wised up and after hearing some new digital
mastered, digital production, and digital duplication (DDD), these
releases of CD's in AAD format died mostly. Now you don't see an AAD,
you may see an ADD when the artist is dead and can't re-record the work
Well this is the same thing. Look at some of the other reviews from
compilations that are available from Hurricane International.
There is nothing new here. What is here is repeat footage available on
other DVD's and video that was cleaned up.
This DVD won't be worth more than an AOL 9.0 CD in the future, because if
you buy this, that is where it will end up. The media junk pile. :(
Joseph Paquette | Los Angeles, CA, U.S.A. | 09/01/2008
(1 out of 5 stars)
"....we will see a full-length concert video from the mid 1970's (1975 or 1976 would be ideal) from Aerosmith.
The material is out there, somewhere.
Just waiting to be compiled, cleaned up and remastered.
I've waited this long, I can wait a little longer.