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Girls Aloud: Live at Wembley
Girls Aloud Live at Wembley
Actor: Girls Aloud
Genres: Music Video & Concerts
2007     2hr 10min


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Actor: Girls Aloud
Genres: Music Video & Concerts
Sub-Genres: Pop, Rock & Roll
Studio: Universal UK
Format: DVD - Live
DVD Release Date: 02/20/2007
Release Year: 2007
Run Time: 2hr 10min
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 0
Edition: Import
Languages: English

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T. Phipps | Washington, USA | 12/27/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This is truly one of the best shows we have watched. We have watched this concert dozens of times!!Great show!! These girls can sing, dance, and put on a terrific show. Sorry Simon never saw fit to bring their music to America. They just set a guiness world record for female groups with 16 top ten singles in a row!!! And still not in America.. Our loss!!"
Absolutely brilliant!
Weather Warden | Auckland, NZ | 03/21/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This DVD outlines the last tour date of Girls Aloud's first arena tour in 2006. And what a gig it was! The whole show is on this DVD. It features songs from the current album of the time, Chemistry, alongside older songs and a couple of covers.

This page doesn't say what's on the DVD, so here you go:

Live Concert:
01. Biology
02. No Good Advice
03. Waiting
04. Love Machine (with 1 Thing interlude)
------ Outfit change with dancers routine ------
05. Long Hot Summer
06. Whole Lotta History (acoustic version)
07. Watch Me Go
08. I Predict A Riot
------ Outfit change ------
09. See The Day
10. Sound Of The Underground
11. Musical Medley - Fame/Flashdance (What A Feeling)/Footloose
------ Outfit change ------
12. The Show
13. Intro/Models
14. Racey Lacey
15. I'll Stand By You
16. Biology (Reprise)
----- Outfit change ------
17. Wild Horses/Wake Me Up
18. Jump

+ Biology, See The Day & Whole Lotta History videos

Alright, now onto my review.
This DVD features one of the best live concerts I have ever seen. The girls sing completely live and do the most amazing dance routines.
My highlights from the gig are:
The Musical medley - the girls sing a mixture of three songs from famous musicals. Cheryl and Nadine take on "Fame," Nicola and Kimberley tackle "Flashdance (What A Feeling)" and Sarah sings "Footloose." Each song is accompanied by a dance routine and loads of cool lifts by the dancers. Each girl shines but Nicola's long note in the middle of "Flashdance" is amazing.
No Good Advice - this song features a magic trick in the middle during an instrumental breakdown where the dancers make Cheryl disappear! It's really cool and the performance itself has the girls and their dancers performing in white coats like mad scientists.
Love Machine - this song is performed expertly as usual with the usual dance routine in place, but they also add an interlude of Amerie's "1 Thing" where they dance down onto the catwalk at the end of the stage - Cheryl leads them in a routine and they finish the song on the catwalk.
I Predict A Riot - the girls bravely take on a Kaiser Chiefs cover and do it better then the original. Each girl gets a part to sing and the whole song is just rocking, they get to rock out a bit.
Watch Me Go - one of my fave GA songs, this song gets a cool live treatment with Cheryl doing an amazing rap.
I'll Stand By You - the best ballad performance of the night, the girls sound fabulous and I LOVE that high note Sarah hits at the end.
Wild Horses - the girls only sing the first verse, bridge and chorus but they perform it in black capes! It's really creative.
Jump - the finale song and what a great ending! The girls are running all over the place and end the song on the catwalk. They then introduce the dancers and say their goodbyes as the show ends.

The whole feel of this concert was amazing - the outfits the girls wore, the dancers, the band, the setup of the stage with the catwalk and the girls themselves and their vocals. All were spoton, fitted right and looked GREAT.

The only extras the DVD has are 3 of the videos from the Chemistry album, but since the concert is so good it doesn't matter. The concert is the main selling point of the DVD anyway.

Definitely get this if you're a GA fan, and even if you like a good live show or pop music. 5 stars for sure!"