Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Finally, I get to SEE Warlock!
Cameron Scholtz | Phoenix, AZ USA | 10/16/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I'd never seen a full non-bootleg Warlock show. So this was a great treat. It's pro-shot in a club-sized venue in Europe. Nice camera work, not too fast so you can actually see what is going on...unlike an MTV video. My only complaint is the packaging is sparse, no insert of any kind! Would have been nice to put a little booklet in with the DVD since there is no other video available for Warlock. Also, not really any extras included on the DVD. They might have thrown in a studio track or something. I think the company that did this release was really just trying to milk it. Anyhoo, a must-have for Warlock or Doro fans."
Excellent time capsule performance of early Doro and Warlock
Cameron Scholtz | 02/03/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This is a recording of a concert in Camden Palace in 1985. The name notwithstanding, it's a small venue with a small stage. It was professionally filmed with lots of camera angles (but not MTV style quick cuts, thank God!) and excellent picture and sound quality. It also includes a separate audio cd of the DVD material. Cuts are:Out of Control
Shout It Out
Burning the Witches
Time to Die"
Early Warlock and Doro
Johny Bottom | Jacksonville, NC | 08/12/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I had this concert on VHS for a long time and finally replaced it with this DVD. There are no extras and I think it was a straight transfer from tape to DVD.
This is a concert from London before Warlock released 'True as Steal'. The songs performed are from their first two albums 'Hellbound' and 'Burning the Witches'. This is some of the best and hardest rocking material Doro has ever sung. She looks beautiful as always in her tight black leather pants, purple blouse, and vest. She can really belt out the high notes and whip the crowd into a frenzy. She was pretty young here and you can see at times a little bit of inexperience (talking to the crowd, introducing a song), but without a doubt Doro and company ROCK THE HOUSE.
If you are an ignorant American that worships Britney Spears and J-Lo, I challange you to listen to a real singer, Doro Pesch."