Soft Cell - Non Stop Exotic Video Show
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Since the 1983 issue of the 'Non Stop Exotic Video Show' on VHS which became a collectors item, we weren't able to obtain those videos, and now, here they are !
Lead singer Marc Almond (along with Dave Ball) is showing his theatrical skills while presenting the videos in a non stop show of men, women, animals and dwarves ? Really some bizarre person !
And what do we have here ?
So, we have entertain me, bedsitter, frustration, torch, seedy films, secret life, youth, tainted love, memorabilia, sex dwarf, what, say hello wave goodbye.
I really love this one ! This one is my favorite !
The videos that are sadly missing include: Sex Dwarf, Where The Heart Is, Soul Inside, Down in the Subway, and Monoculture.
Luckily, Where The Heart Is and Soul Inside are on the VHS tape "Memorabilia: The Singles." But, VHS tapes are rarely even watched anymore, and their quality looks pretty bad on a big screen TV. Plus, they can break and get damaged easily. So, that's why these 2 videos really should've been included as bonus features on this DVD!
Sex Dwarf was never released in any sort of format, and it was never even aired on TV. And I believe Down in the Subway was only aired on TV, but never distributed in any sort of format for purchase either... More than the other 2 videos, these 2 REALLY should've been included on this DVD since they can only be found online in not very great quality!
Monoculture was released in 2002 as a bonus video on the enhanced version of the Cruelty Without Beauty CD. I only have the normal CD without the bonus video, so I'm not sure how the quality even is of the video. I think it can only be played on a computer, though, because that's how it ususally is when videos are included on CDs.
Basically, all 5 of these great music videos should've been included as extras on this DVD! Since none of them have been officially released on a DVD, I seriously have no clue why they didn't think to include them! And since there aren't even that many Soft Cell videos overall, it should've been easy to just add the other 5 missing videos! It would even be great if they had included the 1991 versions of Tainted Love and Say Hello, Wave Goodbye. But, I guess that would be asking for a bit much!
It would be really great to have EVERY Soft Cell music video on one DVD. Or even better, how about blu-ray!
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A life-changing experience. Soft Cell made the best music videos of the 1980s. High art.Published 4 months ago by Tyler B.
I remembered hearing about this video when it came out. I might have seen bits of it, but don't remember any of it. Read morePublished on June 7, 2009 by ChrisWN