Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Bad Religion - Along the Way|
Actors: Greg Graffin, Brett Gurewitz, Greg Hetson, Jay Bentley, Peter Finestone
Genres: Music Video & Concerts, Documentary
Bad Religion: Along the Way is a vigorous account of the seminal punk band's swing through Germany during its acclaimed, 1989 Suffer Tour. Interspersing low-definition video footage from multiple dates (often within the sa... more »
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Adam Bishop | Somerset, NJ | 06/25/2005
(3 out of 5 stars)
"OK I'm a 30 year old Bad Religion fan, and can relate to Greg's interview when he talks about the older crowd at the shows. This DVD rocks, simply put. It's pure Bad Religion during their peak! Lots of good live footage of low-key venues. Some insightful interviews with the band members. Audio is great quality. At first I was dissappointed with the clips from different shows pasted together for each song. But reviewing the DVD soon set me straight - it still rocks. Any true BR fan will love this one."
Andre Maillet | MacDougall Settlement, New Brunswick Canada | 06/25/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"OK first of all, I saw someone saying that the DVD was just pieces of various shows cut and put together. I agree with this (I don't mind it) but I have to say that the VHS version is like that too. They didn't rip you off by doing that on the DVD. Both versions are the same. And besides, the audio is all from the same show in Bremen. Quit complaining, you have classic BR performances for 15 bucks."
What's old is new again...
A. Selvam | Chicago, IL United States | 04/18/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)
""Along The Way" captures Bad Religion as the band began entering its peak, off the "Suffer" tour. The setlist features the band's forgotten brutality, with a large portion coming off "How Could Hell Be Any Worse?" The interviews with the German voice coming from off screen are unintentionally hillarious, but cover a variety of material including drug addiction and Nintendo.The source material is great. But the DVD is a disappointment. No special features, no photos, nothing but a bare bones menu list. Epitaph should have came to the plate on this one with a bit more authority. But at least the company isn't overcharging at a $14 pricetag.Even so, I'll treasure the DVD, which replaces my VHS copy and it's grainy images and crackling audio. Dolby sound encoding would have been nice, but it's Bad Religion, and do you really need that? probably not.A MUST for Bad Religion fans."
Bad Religion at its best
Rodrigo Peiro | Ciudad Juárez, Mexico | 05/28/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This is a great show featuring a great song set. The audio is very good and the action of the show is intense. Definitely for a Bad Religion fan. The only reason for not giving the 5 stars is because the DVD does not offer any extras or bonus material. The navigation menu is shi*ty. It would have been cool to have extras like, bios, pics, unreleased footage, etc.
Anyhow, this DVD is best quality pure punk rock. If you are a hardcore BR fan, get it now!"