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Hot Stuff [VHS]
Hot Stuff [VHS]
VHS
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars DVD?!?!?, May 5, 2009
This review is from: Hot Stuff [VHS] (VHS Tape)
Sure wish this was out on DVD, with any and all available extra footage. With Dom and Jerry gone, it sure is way overdue.


Digital Dictator
Digital Dictator
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5.0 out of 5 stars A late-'80s metal classic!, March 5, 2005
This review is from: Digital Dictator (Audio CD)
This disc is worth finding, even if it is somewhat dated now. However, back in the late-'80s, this was a gem, perfect for fans of thrash with melodic vocalists like Flotsam & Jetsam, Sanctuary, Crimson Glory and early Anthrax. Orginally, this was released on Shrapnel Records in the U.S., the label that took great pride in exposing up-and-coming neo-classical guitarists (Jason Becker, Marty Friedman, Tony MacAlpine, etc.), so the guitar work on this disc is also top-notch.

What's more, Vicious Rumors' two discs for Atlantic Records -- one is self-titled and the other is called "Welcome To The Ball" -- are also must-haves in any self-respecting metal fan's collection.


The Field Guide to Photographing Trees (Center for Nature Photography Series)
The Field Guide to Photographing Trees (Center for Nature Photography Series)
by Allen Rokach
Edition: Paperback
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars If You're Photographing Trees...Find This Book!, November 6, 2000
It's truly ashame that this book is out-of-print.
Any photographer who is interested in capturing the true strength of a tree (or trees) on film should hunt down this informative guide for some serious tips and technique. Allen Rokach is a gifted photographer and his work is presented in color photographs throughout.
Well worth the effort to find it.


Jam Room
Jam Room
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Who Wants To Rock?!?, August 30, 2000
This review is from: Jam Room (Audio CD)
This self-released EP is a must for any fan of the mighty Clutch. Album-to-album, this band keeps getting stronger, and "Jam Room" is no exception. Heavy guitar and bass grooves will shake your skull unmercifully, while Neal Fallon's unmistakable, gravel-throated voice is sure to please the most casual Clutch fan.
This is music born and raised in the backwoods of Virginia, so don't expect Limp Bizkit or Blink 182, kids. Do you like Monster Magnet? Kyuss? Unida? Queens Of The Stone Age? Transport League? Black Sabbath? Then, chances are you're going to love Clutch. This is dirty, gritty, sandpaper across your teeth, dirt under your fingernails Rock & Roll. This is about the groove and Clutch is the real deal.
Do you wanna Rock? Then "Jam Room" is your ultimate guide. This EP's worth every penny. Trust me. Quit overthinking it and proceed to checkout. It's a small price to pay for so much good groove.
Also, be sure to check out Clutch's "Elephant Riders." It's one of the best albums released in the 1990's.


Touring Through Great National Parks: Volume One
Touring Through Great National Parks: Volume One
DVD ~ Touring National Parks
Offered by Books a trillion
Price: $4.55
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not Perfect, But Interesting None-The-Less, August 30, 2000
It's hard not to have great expectations of a DVD that boasts tours through some of America's majestic National Parks.
"Touring Through Great National Parks: Volume One" is interesting, well researched and does offer terrific visuals of many of America's natural treasures, but it does tend to be a little slow in pace and the audio quality, which tends to sound a little muffled now and again, could have been better.
Visually, it's hard to go wrong with images from parks like Arches, Acadia, Olympic and the Rocky Mountains, but if you're spoiled by the breathtaking IMAX 70 mm film, you'll be a little disapointed by the picture quality on this DVD.
Overall, "Touring Through Great National Parks: Volume One" is great for nature fans and frequent visitors to these parks, but isn't an essential DVD to own if you're looking for superior picture and sound.


Touring Through Great National Parks of America, Vol. 2
Touring Through Great National Parks of America, Vol. 2
DVD ~ Touring National Parks
Offered by closeoutmovies
Price: $7.99
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Beautiful & Informative...but a little slow., August 30, 2000
The idea of sightseeing in America's National Parks through the marvelous picture and sound of DVD is reason enough to be interested in a release like this. However, "Touring Through Great National Parks of America, Vol. 2," is a tad rough around the edges.
While the picture quality is above average, it is not spectacular, and the sound tends to be a little muffled in the voice over. But, on the other end, it's hard not to be won over by the sheer beauty of parks like Shenandoah, Yosemite, Yellowstone, and Zion, among others. The commentary is well researched and in depth, but also tends to be a bit slow at times.
Overall, this DVD will delight frequent visitors to America's National Parks, serving as a postcard reminder of their magnificence. In addition, anyone interested in visiting some of America's National Parks will want to give this a try to help decide which one might be right for you.
Not a perfect DVD, but informative none-the-less.


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