Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|The Tooth Nail Video Vol 8 The Nail|
Genres: Music Video & Concerts
Following up the successful DVD series that Tooth and Nail has come to be known for is, "The Nail". Comprised of over a dozen new videos, many of which have never been seen, the latest Tooth and Nail DVD contains videos by... more »
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You get what you pay for!
Slothmo | USA | 07/15/2004
(3 out of 5 stars)
"This isn't a bad dvd trust me, but it could have been way better. For me, the standards for a record label DVD compilation was set high with the Drive Thru Records Version 2.0 DVD. That had about 3-4 hours of stuff on there. This DVD is in total 83 minutes long (because the videos were about 55 minutes total, the bonus footage was around 28 minutes). For 6 bucks what can you expect? I knew what I was getting when I saw the price. But being the loyal Tooth and Nail fan I am, I bought it. I somewhat regretted it. Here is an overview of the DVD's content:Videos (54-55 minutes): from the main menu (not even an animated menu either) you can hit browse (which is a scene selection of a sort) or hit play all (self-explanatory). The videos are from Further Seems Forever (2 videos one with new singer and other with chris carrabba although neither he or the band at that time are in it), Squad 5-0 (i skip this one), MewithoutYou (awesome video), Kutless (two videos), The O.C. Supertones (two videos), Bleach, KJ-52 (THE DEAR SLIM VIDEO FINALLY!), Halo Friendlies (only listenable on a good day), Jeremy Camp, Playdough (volume is too low to hear) and Seven Places.
These total out to (as I noted above) 55 minutes. The sound varies on each video, it goes from really loud, to really low, a very bad dock in grade. I had to increase and decrease the volume on my home theater every time. This section gets a B-Bonus Footage (28 minutes)- on the case, this feature promised "Outtakes, live performances, and bonus footage" While you do get outtakes and bonus footage, you only get one live performance and that was from the band I don't like: Squad 5-0. Some clips are like "Punk'd" and "Jackass" mixed together. The rest are behind-the-scenes clips. Altogether it adds up to a short 28 minutes. Not really even worth watching unless you want to be bored for a while. Once again, the sound varies in volume and quality. Feature grade: C+As my title says you get what you pay for. I highly recommend that you just go out and buy The Nail 1 CD in the music section. I'm not sure about the track list (if its the same as the DVD) but you get music for the same price minus the video and bonus footage. Overall DVD Grade: C"