Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Jet - Family Style |
Parental Advisory-Explicit Content
Genres: Music Video & Concerts
Jet, the most explosive rock act of the year is releasing their first DVD: Family Style. Jet continued their unrelenting touring schedule that took them across the world, performing over 300 shows. Jet's first live DVD, Fa... more »
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Like staring at a strobe light
Supro88T | 01/22/2005
(1 out of 5 stars)
"Well...this could very well have been a 5 star review. I love that a new band that ROCKS is back on the scene, and if you turn off the TV and just listen to this live show through the stereo the performance, and the recording sound raunchy and ragged just like they should, which brings us to the problem. UNWATCHABLE...Whomever filmed, and/or edited this mess together should be shot with a ball of their own S@#T at sundown!!! The video cuts to a different camera angle so often that it virtual looks like still photos flashing before your eyes! I'd love a DVD of the same show with the video portion shot by somebody who knows what they're doing."
Great live performance from one of best band from Aussie.
L. Sion | 11/21/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)
"we have to admit that the rising of Jet is mainly due to their song "Are You Gonna Be My Girl", which is used on the iPod ad and boardcasted all over the world, so defintely you have heard of their songs, just maybe you didn't notice. But indeed their are not that kinda one-hit-wonder band, they make great songs, not technically great, but tunes with a rockably-ish style which can really keep your body moving. In this DVD, they show that they great band playing live, too. their energy is unmistakable, and songs like "Rollover D.J.", "Are You Gonna Be My Girl" are really head-turning, not to mention "Look What You've Done", this is my favourite song!!"
Awesome sound and great lighting... HOWEVER...
raceofgiants | 07/27/2005
(1 out of 5 stars)
"The camerawork is way, way too fast... even on the slow songs. Yes, we're watching it at home. But this ain't MTV. There's no need to treat it like a three minute video. (Does MTV even show music videos anymore?) This would be my absolute favorite DVD if I didn't get a headache watching it. Very disappointing. Maybe the next one will be viewable."