Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|DC Talk The Supernatural Experience|
Actor: DC Talk
Genres: Music Video & Concerts, Special Interests
Christian music?s most successful selling group is still together. While a break up has long been rumored, especially in light of their critical and commercial solo success, dc talk is here to stay. For the first time, f... more »
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VERY VERY COOL
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The concert footage is terrific! But what makes this worth buying are the individual spotlight on each dc Talk member. If you want to know how Toby, Mike, and Kevin doing in their lives right now...GET THIS. It's a big encouragement, on how God has blessed them. Kevin's tour of the house and interaction with his wife is so cool. Toby introducing his first baby is such a bonus! And I've been wanting to hear Mike's thoughts on his dad, after he died. There's extras, but i'll let you see for yourself. Of course "Welcome to the Freak Show: Live in Concert" is hard too beat, but i think "Supernatural Experience" video past the test with flying colors."
Great Video... Must buy for DCTalk fans!
Matt O'donnell | 11/18/1999
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I loved this video, and most of all the interviews of each of the three members, Toby, Mike and Kevin. It was very insightful and often very funny. To be honest though the mixing of the audio on the concert footage was not very well done. The voices are overpowering and it focused too often on the wrong spots of the stage at the wrong time. On top of this, the concept music videos didn't make much sense. (i.e. My Friend So Long) The Consume Me video was really cool, and creative. Otherwise, I must say that Red Letters was powerful and moved me nearly to tears. You must buy the video for this song alone. If you saw them in concert or not, you must buy this video. Despite the few quirks, I enjoyed it and I'm glad I invested in this archive of a lifetime. Especially at this price, it's worth it! mp3.com/ransom"
The Supernatural Experience Has NO Equal!
Matt O'donnell | Mt. Pocono PA, USA | 04/27/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"There was some doubt in my mind when i bought this video. I thought it could be as good a Welcome to the Freak Show or as bad as Rap, Rock, and Soul(which wasn't that bad, actually.) But when I popped this tape in, at first it seemed to be the same old concert clips. But once Toby started talking about golf Kevin about his home and family, and Michael about his dad dying when he was on the phone with him, it just sent me past heaven. Even if you hate DC Talk, everyone should listen to the clip from the E.R.A.C.E. rally. When Toby said we need to ask for forgiveness from all black people and Michael said that they need to forgive us, I was struck like a thunderbolt. If you've never heard their music, you'll catch on quickly"
Supernatural Experience is just what it says - dc Talk is it
Matt O'donnell | 05/25/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Wow. Just watched this insightful 75-minute video, which mixes impressive live concert footage shot in May 1999 on the trio's "Supernatural Tour," interviews with Michael, Toby and Kevin, and two music videos -- the strong "So Long" and the incredible "Consume Me." It's interesting to hear the guys talk about the video shoots - the reason behind the song and video for "So Long;" how the icy, sci-fi vibe of "Consume Me" wasn't created just from the camera's hazy, colored filters. Audio of the DVD, which I heard is a transfer of the videocassette of the same name, is a strong stereo signal, and the picture, somewhat surprisingly considering it originally was shot for videotape distribution, is very sharp and clear with lots of details and depth. Highlights include a rousing "It's Killing Me," a moving version of "Red Letters" and a fine, spiritual take on "Into Jesus." This visual journey is a great peek inside Christian rock's modern musical warriors who threw open the doors for later artists like Third Day, Kutless, Skillet and Delirious? Simply put, dc Talk made music that continues to beat the work of all secular artists under the age of 40 (minus Coldplay and David Gray). Also noteworthy on the DVD is seeing bassist Otto Price in action on the stage - he provided the gritty bottom end on the "Jesus Freak" and "Supernatural" LPs, as well as Pete Stewart's eponomously-titled CD in 1999. (Stewart played those ghostly, innovative guitars on the "Supernatural" CD, a collaboration which served as the embryo for Michael's solo band, Tait, in 2001.) Although it's far from the trio's hip-hop/rap origins back in 1989/90, "The Supernatural Experience" is a must-own DVD, especially for the low selling price, along with the "Jesus Freak" and "Supernatural" CDs. Watching the DVD will make you hope that Michael tours again with dc Talk in addition to balancing duties between his upcoming tour with Carlos Santana and work with his Tait solo band."