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Public Enemy: Manchester UK Live (2004)

Public Enemy  |  Unrated |  DVD
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  • Actors: Public Enemy
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Steamhammer Us
  • DVD Release Date: September 12, 2006
  • Run Time: 233 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #562,639 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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DVD 1:
1. Intro
2. Brothers Gonna Work It Out
3. Welcome To Terrordome
4. Bring The Noise
5. Son Of A Bush
6. Shut Em Down
7. Black Steel In The Hour Of Chaos
8. He Got Game
9. Revolverlution
10. 911 Is A Joke
11. Public Enemy Number 1 And Dj Lord Solo
12. Give It Up
13. Don’t Believe The Hype
14. Rebel Without A Puase
15. By The Time I Get To Aritzona/ Ball Of Confusion
16. Fight The Power
17. Flavor Set /
18. Too Much Posse
19. Timbo King Song
20. Cold Lampin’ With Flavor
21. Sabotage
22. Know Applause
23. Pressure
24. Medley
25. Do You Wanna Go Our Way
26. She Watch Channel Zero

DVD 2:
Tour Diary: 22:30 min.
Crew TV: subtitles, no subtitles 53 min.
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Three years have passed since Public Enemy embarked on one of the most successful and highly regarded tours of their career, highlighting Revolverlution, their current album at that time. "We’re the Rolling Stones of hip-hop," claimed bandleader Chuck D with his typical mix of braggadocio and self-irony. The comparison is certainly legitimate: with over 50 concert tours all over the globe, the band have come to be considered a very special phenomenon on the music scene. Chuck D has no reason to doubt his own talent or his band’s global status.

Despite the fact that there are other acts who are generally considered to be of a similar vein, such as Wu-Tang Clan, Beastie Boys, Cypress Hill or Outkast, Public Enemy are still considered the "The Greatest Hip-Hop Group Of All Time" and the Manchester show underlines this status with every single note. Revolverlution Tour 2003 Manchester includes, next to the actual 2+ hour concert with over 20 songs, a short biography, a comprehensive discography, as well as worthwhile tour clips and tour photos. The second DVD features extensive bonus material, including a compelling tour diary and other exciting insights into the world of this unique act.

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3.0 out of 5 stars Review from a big fan August 31, 2006
From Flavor Flav's wild outfits and crazy antics, to the S1Ws synchronized marches and fake machine guns, Public Enemy was always a group that took pride in delivering a quality stage show. During Manchester UK Live, filmed Oct. 26, 2003, the crew was no longer rap's most controversial group, Terminator X was gone and the Security of the First World was only two strong and armed with swords, but the rebels without a pause seemed like they didn't age a bit as they rocked Manchester for the first time since 1987.

Joined by Professor Griff and backed by DJ Lord and a band dubbed PE (Yes, it's confusing), Chuck D and Flavor ran through most of their classic cuts and gave a high energy show complete with protest chants (F**k George Bush, f**k Tony Blair!), calls for unity among races and one extremely drawn-out "Yeah boyeee!" from Flavor Flav. Chuck kept moving, Flavor was spastic as ever and dripping with sweat and the S1Ws stepped with precision under the lead of Griff who showed off some impressive martial arts moves during one routine.

The backing band was skilled, especially when ripping through "She Watch Channel Zero?!", but one can't help but long to hear Public Enemy rap over most of the beats as the Bomb Squad had intended them to sound, and at times the music drowns out the vocals. Another technical gripe is that at times it clearly sounds like Flavor Flav is rapping over a recording.

Public Enemy delivers, but the concert lags when Flavor Flav and Griff took the stage for separate outings while the others rested. In all, it's a solid performance, but why it was so special that it needed to be preserved on film is unclear, and why did it take nearly three years to be released?
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4.0 out of 5 stars Great concert, good documentaries October 2, 2006
this 2-disc set was originally released for Europe and Australia in 2004, and is just now hitting the US.


The first disc has a full concert, played in Manchester, UK, in 2003. All current group members are present- Chuck D, Flavor Flav, Professor Griff, the S1W's, DJ Lord (Terminator X retired in `99), and "The Banned": Brian `hardgroove' Hargrove (bass), Mike `NYC' Faulkner (drums) and Khari Wynn (guitar). The concert includes mini-sets from Flav and Griff (the latter with his `7th Octave' nu-metal side project).

The second disc has two different documentaries, one circa `94 for a series of international touring (see Terminator X speak!), and the other in 2003 for the Revolverlution tour (Chuck recalls how the band dissed Washington, DC on their first show there). Some other tidbits include a music video montage, and a group biography and discography.


When Flav raps his known solo songs (911 is a joke, cold lampin), a track w/ vocals is used instead of an instrumental.. His solo set lags a little as Flav does mini-rants between songs.. No bonus audio commentary for the concert (though it's not really necessary).

The documentaries lag at times, though in fairness some of this footage is 10+ years old (VHS era), and was shot with the plan of "eventually" releasing it in some form.

Also, from what I've been told, the International version has even more footage and/or discs, so if you've got Internet detective skills, you might want to track that down.
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2.0 out of 5 stars tight group old school representer January 19, 2013
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but this cd was ok not like i thought,so i will try the next PE dvd it have to be better cause there the truth from oh10
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5.0 out of 5 stars Powerfull performance August 2, 2007
This is a incredible performance specially in the last song "she watch channe zero", i loved the covers version of Jimmy hendrix, and Run DMC. Lots of songs and Public Enemy looked like in their best years.
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