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Stryper: Greatest Hits - Live in Puerto Rico

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Experience the revolutionary multi-platinum artists STRYPER Live in Puerto Rico on March 6, 2004. The band originally formed in Orange County, California by brothers Michael and Robert Sweet and guitarist Oz Fox. STRYPER stands for Salvation Through Red

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  • Actors: Stryper
  • Directors: Jack Edward Sawyers
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Mvd Visual
  • DVD Release Date: April 24, 2007
  • Run Time: 72 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000MV8ZZ4
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #126,413 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By CONCERTS ON DVD FAN on May 4, 2007
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PICTURE:Good picture quality.About an 8 out of 10.Most concert on dvd fans should be satisfied with the picture quality.There is not any overactive editing.The camera work focuses on one area for a normal amount of time before moving on.The picture goes from color to B&W for dramatic purposes i suppose,but not to the point of distraction.But it does mildly suffer from switching to different clothes and instruments from each scene.I assume this is edited from two different shows.Cant they catch this stuff in editing? SOUND:The sound options are stereo and surround sound.Should sound great on a surround sound system, but on a standard set you will have to crank the volume considerably.But the sound is crisp and clear, although i suspect a lot was re-recorded in post-production since you never get the "live vibe".Sounds more like a polished cd. PERFORMANCE:The guys in Stryper put on a solid performance. They all seem really into it, especially Michael Sweet. Brother Robert proves he is one of the most underrated drummers ever.The stage is simple:instruments,amps(yellow and black draped ones)and lights. No pyro or effects or anything like that,just their music and their message, which is totally fine. The audience really seem to be into the show and seems to know most of the songs as they sing along to almost every one.Shots of the audience are minimal, unlike other dvds that go from band to audience throughout the show. BONUS FEATURES:There are three vintage performances,a drum ,bass and guitar solo from a 1989 concert from Tokyo Japan that are fabulous .The picture and sound quality are great. This makes the dvd even better.(Check out that drum set-up!Read more ›
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Mike Reed VINE VOICE on October 15, 2007
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Here's a music DVD release that caught me completely off guard when I first saw it on the stands. I mean, it has been quite awhile since I've heard much about Stryper. They're like most other hard rock or metal bands that you support. Their music is good, but seeing them play live is just 'all too cool'. This fourteen track, 72 minute gig took place on March 6, 2004 in Puerto Rico. Myself, I don't remember every one of these songs but the ones I thought that frontman Michael Sweet and crew made them shine were "Calling On You", "Free", the awesome "Caught In The Middle", "Loud And Clear", "Soldiers Under Command" and their possibly anthem {?} "To Hell With The Devil". Sound and picture quality is great. Before you take the DVD out of the player, be sure to check out the extras, clips from a 1989 concert. I liked "Always There For You" (hadn't heard this tune in ages) and Oz Fox's stellar guitar solo the best. Old school Stryper fans will simply flip over this DVD.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Chris Roberts on October 28, 2008
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I loved Stryper back in the day; they were a truly great and groundbreaking band. I saw that they released a DVD and thought it would be a fun trip to yesteryear. Turns out I was right, it is a nostalgic gem. Good setlist (if shockingly brief), tight band, and Michael Sweet looks and sounds great after all these years. The DVD is good evidence that Robert Sweet is the most talented drummer to ever touch professional music.

Sadly, everything good about the disc is overshadowed by two points.

Firstly: Michael - whenever he talks, it feels cheaply produced, stiff, and completely awkward. Strange, because when he sings he's outstanding.

Secondly (and the big point): this is the most dreadful audio presentation ever. I actually checked my speakers when it started because I thought the tweeters were blown. We're not talking a bad mix-job here... this is firmly into HandiCam audio territory. There is no stereo image at all; it's pretty much a mono track run through 5 channels. The LFE channel packs zero punch. It sounds like your speakers are playing through a mattress. Boo! There are no words to describe how much worse the audio is on this than everything else ever recorded ever.

I love strolling down memory lane and you can tell that Michael is in great form, but ultimately, this is a music disc and if the music has been so poorly recorded that it sounds worse than playing a wax tube from the 19th century, then it's just not something you'd ever want to put in more than once. 1½ stars for me. You're better to buy the '7 Weeks in America' audio CD where more than $20 was put into recording and mixing.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Kevin Nazario Bartolomei on September 4, 2009
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Ok, I can coment about this dvd, I was there. It was my first time watching Stryper performing live and it was one hell of a show. The place, the Tito Puente Amphitheater sits 5,000 and there were at least 8,000 people packed like sardines, including people in wheel chairs and small kids. I was very excited when the dvd was finally released. Is very good and for me it looks and sounds fine. But there is a some things a did not like, one is that the order of the songs was changed. Also during Winter Wonderland the band had to stop, they noticed that pretty much nobody knew the song(it was relased with a single from Soldiers and it was not available in Puerto Rico) Michael took time to explain and then they resumed the song.On the dvd this song is taken from another show, there is footage of another concert mixed here, you can tell by the change in Michael's clothes. Another thing missing is when somebody from the public gave Michael a huge Puerto Rican flag, that flag appears later, Robert is using it as a cape. For me a very important moment not featured is when we all learned tha Oz Fox is actually latin(something I always suspected) Michael actually said his real name, Romualdo, or Roberto (I do not remember)Martinez, and Oz screamed to the crowd in Spanish- Como esta mi gente esta noche!!!(How is my people doing tonight!!!) The last thing missing is when at the final prayer, originally in both Spanish and English, were substitued by one from another show and is complete in English. That said the dvd has some really cool bonus. So that's it, it was a awesome concert, but I believe it should have show it as it was, Live in Puerto Rico, with all the stuff.For the Stryper fan is a must, get it now. God bless you all.
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