Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Shoot the Ned's in Concert|
Genres: Music Video & Concerts
The U.S. release of 'Brainbloodvolume' coincided with the final two U.S. tours after which Ned's Atomic Dustbin returned home for the release of 'Stuck' in summer 1995 which gained a heavy airplay rotation on Radio One b... more »
Don't kill your DVD!
Christopher Coquard | Edmonton, AB | 12/08/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This DVD features a few unlisted extras:
* INTERVIEW - The three original band-members are interviewed, that is interesting, especially details about BRAINBLOODVOLUME and the ensuing American tour and band relationships - then, however, there is a component where the drummer and lead-bass player ask John about the set-list - this part is quite contrived and trite, with John being shy, and not getting at the roots of the deeper meanings of his music
* SOUND-CHECK - watch the band twink and fiddle with their instruments
Now onto the actual DVD - here is the set-list:
Not Sleeping Around
Walking Through Syrup
Until You Find Out
Kill Your Television
Song Eleven Could Take Forever
In Grey Cell Green
I have seen the NEDS in concert, and this DVD captures them beautifully, though I miss the other two members ... NEDS are a very unique and special band, and they rock out one song after the other, and show that they are as talented as perfomers as they are as song-writers.
The stage is small, so they can't move around a lot, but the crowd is into them, and they deliver. It was worth every penny, and I hope to see the NEDS again soon."
What a small stage
Andy Russell | Thailand | 03/25/2006
(2 out of 5 stars)
"On first view it is a disappoiting effort to re-capture the neds sound and stage presence. I mean look at 'walking to syrup' concert video and you will see what I mean - wolves civic hall was what neds was all about - the venue in shoot the neds is tiny..... small stage reducing the classic neds live performance they were so good at."