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Sonic Youth - Corporate Ghost: Videos, 1990-2002
Sonic Youth - Corporate Ghost Videos 1990-2002
Actors: Tamra Davis, Todd Haynes, Sonic Youth, Jason Lee, Lance Bangs
Genres: Music Video & Concerts
NR     2004

TRACKLISTINGS: 1. Dirty Boots — 2. Tunic (Song For Karen) — 3. Mary-Christ — 4. Kool Thing — 5. Mote — 6. My Friend Goo — 7. Disappearer — 8. Mildred Pierce — 9. Cinderella's Big Score — 10. Scooter And Jinx — 11. Titanium Expose — 1...  more »


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Actors: Tamra Davis, Todd Haynes, Sonic Youth, Jason Lee, Lance Bangs
Genres: Music Video & Concerts
Sub-Genres: Pop, Rock & Roll
Studio: Geffen Records
Format: DVD
DVD Release Date: 06/08/2004
Original Release Date: 01/01/2004
Theatrical Release Date: 01/01/2004
Release Year: 2004
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 4
MPAA Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Languages: English

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Movie Reviews

A great music video DVD from a great band.
J. A. Stankunas | Jupiter, FL United States | 02/08/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I very much love the music of Sonic Youth so I decided to go ahead and buy this video collection. Although I had no idea what to expect, I must say that I am very happy with what I got. Audio and video quality is as good as you can expect, especially since the videos come from such a wide rage of mediums ranging from low budget video to high quality film. Special features are great also, especially the videos directed by the fans and "My Sonic Room" where a fan paints the cover of the album Goo on her wall.
1. Dirty Boots- The band plays a concert while fans mingle with each other.
2. Tunic (Song For Karen)-Has a public access production value feel to it and it reminds me of David Lynch's Eraserhead. Includes hidden images of Karen Carpenter.
3. Mary-Christ-Mostly close ups of the band mixed with live footage, looks like it was shot with night vision cameras.
4. Kool Thing- Has Singer Kim Gordon holding a black cat while the band plays in a tin foil decorated room.
5. Mote- A mix of the band playing, footage of the film Koyaanisqatsi, and graphic dismemberment footage.
6. My Friend Goo- My least favorite on the disk, a homemade video with singer Kim Gordon in a pink cat suit singing along with a record.
7. Disappearer- The band goes on a strange road trip.
8. Mildred Pierce- Has the band in various locations around Hollywood and Sofia Coppola, director of Lost in Translation, plays Joan Crawford.
9. Cinderella's Big Score- an video about Kim Gordon's relationship to her brother is my interpretation.
10. Scooter And Jinx- Two female strippers star in this video, one poses naked while the other takes pictures.
11. Titanium Expose- Like a non linear short film, memorable for seeing singers Kim Gordon and Thurston Moore making out with each other.
12. 100%- The band plays a house party while footage of skateboarders is cut in.
13. Sugar Kane- Like a grunge fashion show video.
14. Youth Against Fascism- Just a collage of the band playing, motorcyclists, and other stuff.
15. Bull In The Heather- Features Kathleen Hanna from Bikini Kill acting obnoxious.
16. Superstar- a loving tribute to Karen Carpenter, the band is dressed up quite formally on a glitzy stage.
17. Little Trouble Girl- a slick looking video with a sci-fi edge, Kim Deal from the Pixies and the Breeders appears also.
18. The Diamond Sea- Footage from the band on the road.
19. Sunday- Stars Macaulay Culkin and some ballerinas.
20. Hoarfrost- Mostly footage of someone driving around at wintertime.
21. Nevermind (What Was It Anyway)- Has a bunch of people hanging out while Kim Gordon is singing on a laptop computer.
22. The Empty Page- More footage from the band touring.
23. Disconnection Notice- A short film featuring four young adults arguing with each other in a car."
A must have for any Sonic Youth fan.
R. Nearburg | dallas, tx usa | 10/29/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"There are two ways to look at this video collection. If you're a sonic youth fan and if you're not.

number 1 is not a sonic youth fan
number 2 is a sonic youth fan

1. The videos are often low budget and show it. The footage is raw and intimate. This is not the kind of stuff you see on MTV- no fancy high budget videos whose production costs could feed 500 musicians for their intire lifetime.

2. Let's face it. Sonic Youth is one of the best and most influential bands of the last 20 years. They still tour and rock better than ever. This DVD is a reflection of the band and everything that makes them great. The videos on this DVD, while not essential to every single living breathing human, make a wonderful collection that lets the viewer to become truly more intimate with the band. If you have even a passing interest in anything relating to "alternative music" or "indie-rock" this is a DVD you should alteast go watch at one of your (much cooler) friend's houses. If you are a Sonic Youth fan this is a total no brainer, it's essential, buy it now."
Finally, sonic youth on dvd
Sam Roberts | .. | 06/26/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)

"this collection consists of every post daydream nation video the band has made as well as some bonus stuff. the band says that a collection of, as they call it, "pre selling out" era videos will be coming in the future. the videos are nice because almost all give you the choice of just the video or with commentary from the band. several also have commentary from the directors. as sonic youth fans know, the band made a video for every song of the album Goo. some are good, some not so good. the best videos are the ones that were singles. every director of the goo videos were givin the same budget and you can tell that it wasnt much. as the dvd progresses, traveling through the bands catalog, the videos get better. little trouble girl is a duet between kim gordon and kim deal and deal is featured in the video. macauly culkin is the video for sunday, jason lee dies in the 100% video, and sophia coppola is in the mildred pierce video. as for bonus footage, you have 2 videos made by fans for some mtv make-a-sonic-youth-video contest. the winner was a video of the band as sock puppets doing drunken butterfly and the runner up was swimsuit issue which featured a bunch of guys smoking with no shirts on while walking around a room. also, spike jonze shows his collection of black and white sonic youth pictures he took, mostly of when he worked on the 100% video. the sonic spiel segment is interviews with different people talking about sonic youth including mike watt, tamra davis, and dave markey. this segment includes a little live footage of the band, including thurston extensivly using drum sticks on the guitar.
the dvd itself (menus, quality, etc.) is put togethor quite nicely, i only take one star because some of the videos are lame. sonic youth is def. not a band that will be remembered for their videos. the music of sonic youth speaks for itself."
Good value...
SirTheory | 07/23/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)

"If I had spent $25+ on this, I'd be dissapointed, however, for under $15, you can't go wrong with this collection.

Generally, I am not a big music video fan. A video has to be done super well for me to be more than vaguely interested. So the videos themselves were a mixed bag.

About a third of them I'll never watch again. Especially from the Goo sessions. The concept was cool, but the result a tad underwhelming.

The best part was the audio commentaries and bonus features. It's always great to hear visionaries talking randomly while watching old footage. And the bonus music videos made by fans (the puppet Sonic Youth, and the smoking men videos) are classic.

If you're a sonic youth fan, you need this collection."