The people writing reviews about this are silly.
Chojin Steiner | California | 12/06/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I've been searching for 'Rings Around the World' for a long time now, in record stores and bookstores. I finally chanced upon a copy today.The DVD in the front room would not play the songs along with the videos. Being upset, I went to 'Settings', then to 'Audio Settings'. Not only is there a Dolby Digital Surround Sound option, which I chose and found the ENTIRE DISC TO BE FAULTLESS (so the people writing articles about defective audio seem pretty stupid to me) but there is a default setting of DTS, which most players from pre-2000 can't deal with. If you can hear it's default DTS setting, then I imagine you're in for a real treat.The music videos themselves are all very pretty stylised visual experiments by companies like Broad Snout and that Peter Fowler guy. It's all very neat.It's an acquired taste however, as the tracks are all very different, and the moods change frequently. The moods are all helped along by the spanky clean animations and videos matching style of the band.The whole DVD is fun to navigate, I enjoy just flicking through it randomly without any song selections. *grin*All in all, I'd suggest this DVD be given to adults and SFA fans, the content is, in places, a little naughty; the furries are in touch with all their senses, and the music reflects a sound knowledge of every medium. You can't go wrong here."