Hurrah! A Year of Ta-Dah
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Songs performed @ the O2 are as follows:
She's My Man. I Can't Decide. T(i)ts On The Radio. Laura. Lights. Skins. Contact High. Take Your Mama. Music Is The Victim. Might Tell You Tonight. The Other Side. Comfortably Numb. Kiss You Off. Paul McCartney. Land Of A Thousand Words. Filthy / Gorgeous. Mary. Return To Oz. I Don't Feel Like Dancin'.
The documentary section opens with some suspense: they're on their way to go on stage and get stuck in an elevator! The rest features an assortment of interviews and segments from the various (mostly European) media appearances promoting the new album. At one point, you get to see how the incredible video for "She's My Man" was filmed. You actually see the fully-lit single take it was shot in, replete with directions being spoken to them the whole time.
There's an intimate 25 minute acoustic set featuring: Lights. Land Of A Thousand Words. I Don't Feel Like Dancin'. She's My Man.
Pretty cool, and quite a contrast from what you're used to hearing.
Four music videos are included, all spectacularly filmed and edited (especially "Land Of A Thousand Words", which plays exactly like a classic James Bond opening credit sequence, and at an ultra-wide aspect ratio of 3:1!!).
You really get your money's worth with this dvd / cd combo and if you're a Sisters fan it's a must-have.
Pity they never have quite caught on in the US to the degree they have abroad, but perhaps that works to our benefit; it keeps them at the smaller venues where we can get closer up to the front row.
Concert comes in clear as a bell on my Samsung Plasma and my onkyo reciever, harmon kardon dvd48 player and HSU sub and Swann speaker system rocks the hood when I crank this puppy up!
Great, sound, picture and a great buy for a scissor sister fan young or OLD!
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This is a PAL DVD, unplayable in the US. How on earth can all these Americans have watched this concert (on their computers, I suspect) but it WILL NOT PLAY ON ANY AMERICAN DVD... Read morePublished on April 27, 2012 by Max A
A disk I had acquired concludes a concert in London and Ta-Dah.
Well, a concert in London is better than a live performance a reviewer watched in Melbourne while Ta-Dah... Read more
I am a huge Scissor Sisters fan, so this DVD was well worth the money. Now I'm just waiting for the next album!Published on December 25, 2009 by Jason E. Reid