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Beat By Beat By Beat
Beat By Beat By Beat
Genres: Music Video & Concerts
NR     2001     3hr 0min


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Genres: Music Video & Concerts
Sub-Genres: Pop, Rock & Roll
Studio: Tvt
Format: DVD - Color
DVD Release Date: 12/11/2001
Release Year: 2001
Run Time: 3hr 0min
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 0
MPAA Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Languages: English

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Best band DVD there is
Jesse Savka | Beaumont, TX | 07/30/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Most DVDs released by bands are either A) A Collection of Music Videos, or B) Concert Footage. This gives you both. Its 3 hours plus of bootlegs from 3 different venues, on two different tours, all of the music videos ever released by KMFDM [except for "Zip", which was never actually released], and the original Beat By Beat video-cassette program, which is stuff from the Beat By Beat [Nihil-era] tour. Its great to watch, and it is one you will be able to watch again and again. If you are a KMFDM fan, this will definitley be worth the money."
Everything on the VHS and much, much, more
Chas | Bay City, MI USSA | 10/30/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"All of their videos up to "Megalomaniac" (except for those ones that are so rare that no one's seen them) are here. Most of the videos are sub-par, but "Megalomaniac" is a funny, high-quality video. "A Drug Against War" and "Son of a Gun" are cool Brute videos and "Money" is an excellent plot-driven video that goes with the song lyrics, even if they used annoying 80's-style effects throughout it.The 3 bootlegs are my favorite part. There are 2 bootlegs from the Money tour and 1 from their days opening for Ministry. Palo Alto (the first Money bootleg) is short, but sweet, going through six pretty rare live songs- Liebeslied, Virus, Split, Don't Blow Your Top, UAIOE, and the metal version of Money. The other Money bootleg has more songs, all of pretty decent (for a bootleg) sound quality, including Godlike, Vogue, Sucks, and Excessive Force's Blitzkrieg.The bootleg from the Ministry tour is pretty low quality, but you get to see the band in the early days when Rudolph Naomi played drums and En Esch had hair. Highlights from that one include Murder, More & Faster, En Esch, and an early version of Godlike, which sounds kind of like the Chicago Trax version, but none of the lyrics are the same except the word "Godlike" and the German part, which En Esch screams over the noise and feedback at the end."
KMFDM rocks anyway
dmkf_asi | 01/17/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"So i found out that TVT was in hurry making this title. You can see it by look into a technical details: of course the NTCS are 720x480@29.97Fps as always, but bitrate is only 3500Kbit/sec - it's only a half of regular DVD bitrate! So this is why you can see compression's consequences sometimes. But the picture is dark almost everywhere so this is good - such bitrate can handle it (picture).What about perfomances? Not too much to say, just yeah, they are great as always. And they are rare (not everyday you can see Sascha's playing guitar)!Overall: a must have for every KMFDM's fan!"
For Fans. I would give this 3.5 but that's not an option.
Craig | Mississauga, ON, Canada | 02/15/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)

"I didn't even know about this DVD until I was browsing through music DVD's today and I saw it. I had never seen it before, and snatched it up. At first I thought it was old, but then I realized it was new and it was TVT trying to cash in on the new Nine Inch Nails DVD.Anyways about THIS disc:The concert footage is good although it does look like they just confiscated some bootlegs at shows and made them into a dvd, but it's still amazing.The videos were the real selling point for this release because really what are the chances you will see these on TV anytime soon.I recommend buying this DVD only if you know what it is you are going to buy, because I admit I am not the world's biggest KMFDM fan, but I did like this DVD."