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Product Details

  • Format: Color, NTSC, HiFi Sound, Digital Sound
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Number of tapes: 1
  • Studio: Umgd
  • VHS Release Date: April 20, 1993
  • Run Time: 155 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (50 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: 6302737168
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #626,805 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Rock Concert

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Effects are great.
Focused Frenzy
This is one of the best live concerts ever captured on video.
G. Reid
Great quality sound and pictures.
Rick J. Kaufman

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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Richard on December 16, 2002
Format: DVD
If you like the Invisible Touch and We Can't Dance albums, get this DVD. If you want to hear anything else, you'll be disappointed. The best thing about this DVD is it's the entire concert and not something edited down (although early on in the tour they went into Mama from Hold On My Heart; that would've been a nice addition). If you like old Genesis, the Old Medley is great but only offers short bits and a hint of what those songs could sound like if played in their entirety. They played it early on to get it out of the way, then got back to the new stuff. And the commentary isn't very interesting. At one point a cel phone rings and you hear one side of a conversation. They could've at least stopped the commentary and started over at that point. And they just seem tired. If you want to see the band as they were right before they hit it really big and Phil Collins' solo career took off, get the Mama Tour video if you can find it. It's got the band at their best and most energetic, with a nice mix of old and new (at the time) songs. Hopefully it will come out on DVD someday, and with additional footage.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Charles-Eric Langlois on June 16, 2005
Format: DVD
I love concerts on DVD and this is one of my favorite. The live performance by Phil Collins, Mike Rutherford and Tony Banks with the participation of two talented musicians is stunning.

All songs are played with respect to the original recording. From oldies on a rock mix including a few hits from albums of the 70s with Peter Gabriel to great songs from the 80s like Invisible Touch, Home By The Sea, Tonight Tonight, and then new songs from that time (best of We Can't Dance album is played on the setlist, including No Son Of Mine, Driving The Last Spike, Fading Lights, Dreaming While You Sleep, etc.)

Please, old Genesis fan with no respect for Mr. Collins talents as a vocalist, listen to his interpretation of songs from Gabriel's time as lead vocal. It is very good ! Collins sings with a lot of emotions on this concert film. Same thing for the good playing by other musicians. With the good multi-angle feature, which is on of the best available on a live DVD, you can enjoy a global angle as well as individual performances. At least 2 angles are available at all time, well chosen for each song, and most of the songs offer 4 angles to choose from.

Extras could have been better, but 4 angles and a commentary track on a over-two-hour concert uses a lot of space. Still, there are a few interviews available. They consist of questions asked individually to the three members of the band.

My only complain is the sound recording on the DVD, which is not loud enough. You need a good amp to enjoy the maximum of it. With a good sound system and quite high quality headphones, I was satisfied. Picture is nice, and menus are great.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on May 30, 1999
Format: VHS Tape
This is their best concert on video. They have released at least four concert videos from four consecutive tours, but this one blows them all away! Their performance of Dreaming While You Sleep is tremendous. I wish they included that one on the live cd. Also noteworthy are Home By The Sea, Tonight Tonight Tonight, and the old medley, which are excellent performances. It may get tiresome about halfway through Driving The Last Spike, but once you get past that song, there's no stopping. If you don't own any live Genesis videos yet, get this one first! you won't be sorry. It also has a 15 minute long history of the band and behind the scenes look at the I Can't Dance tour before the 140 minute concert starts. It is recorded at Earls Court in London, the same place where Pink Floyd's "Pulse" is filmed at.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on October 23, 2002
Format: DVD
This is the same program as the domestic release at almost half the price....don't buy the import...
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By M mendes on February 8, 2003
Format: DVD
This DVD isn't perfect, but true fans of Genesis should enjoy it immensely. Unfortunately, we have little else in the way of Genesis concert footage to compare to, so we HAVE to like it!It's tough for a band that has as much material as Genesis to decide what they can play in a two hour set. Obviously the focus is on late 80's and early 90's releases, which means they don't have much time to spend on the old stuff. Those of us who saw them in the late 70's will want SO much more of Squonk, Dance..., The Lamb, The Musical Box, etc. These were truly awe inspiring live compositions, and it is a shame they only included them in a medley. We can only hope for the future!
Also slightly disappointing is the sound quality. For the band that was so creative with deep bass in their early years, this recording is fairly thin. There is virtually no sub woofer track despite the 5.1 label and the volume in surround sound mode bonces up and down annoyingly. I even tried two copies, because I figured mine was defective!
The good news is that the band is SO tight live. Their renditions of studio tracks are accurate to the original and yet still different enough so they don't feel canned. Chester Thompson and Darryl Stuermer are technically solid, and fill out the sound enormously on stage. Mike Rutherford is a decent enough guitar player, but the hard stuff seems to be left to Stuermer. Tony Banks never seems ruffled, and sometimes you wonder if he is really enjoying himself, or just going through the motions. His song writing and keyboard skills are unquestioned, however.
Phil is the consumate showman, dancing, telling jokes, and playing drums. His duet with Chester is definitely a highlight of the DVD.
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