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X-Men and the Wolverine Collection (X-Men / X2: X-Men United / X-Men: The Last Stand / X-Men Origins: Wolverine / X-Men: First Class / The Wolverine) [Blu-ray]
X-Men and the Wolverine Collection (X-Men / X2: X-Men United / X-Men: The Last Stand / X-Men Origins: Wolverine / X-Men: First Class / The Wolverine) [Blu-ray]
DVD ~ X-Men & The Wolverine
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great value, but missing Director's Cut of the Wolverine and older bonus content., June 8, 2014
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The X-Men film series is one of the best comic book/superhero adaptations ever put on film. Since the series debuted with the first film in 2000, there have been 7 films to date.

This set compiles the first 6 films (X-Men, X2: X-Men United, X-Men: The Last Stand, X-Men Origins: Wolverine, X-Men First Class, and the Wolverine.) The only film not included is Days of Future Past, which as of the time I am writing this, is still in theaters.

It is a pretty bare bones package but it gets the job done. Individual bonus discs from earlier reissues are not included; each film is one disc only and only has what bonus features were included on the same disc as the movie itself. While I would liked to have had all of these features in the set, it is likely going to mean very little to people that just want to get and watch the movies, which is precisely who this set will appeal to.

The other problem is that the Wolverine is the theatrical PG-13 cut, and not the unrated Director's Cut version. I wish they would have included both cuts of the movie; currently you can only get the Director's cut in the Deluxe Sex of the Wolverine that has the main film in 3D (and the Director's Cut, even in that set, is just 2D. Go figure.) Still, no arguing that the Director's Cut should have been included here.

If you are a fan of the X-Men films, this set is often on sale on here for a low, affordable price you should not pass up. It's the cheapest, quickest, and easiest way to get all of the movies to date on home video in one place, flaws aside.

Breaking the Chains
Breaking the Chains
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1.0 out of 5 stars Rock Candy version does not include original Carrere versions as bonus tracks.... one star for this wasted opportunity., June 8, 2014
This review is from: Breaking the Chains (Audio CD)
Let me start by saying that the one-star rating is in no way a reflection of my feelings about Dokken or this album. Classic 80s Dokken is the best hard rock of the era; Breaking the Chains is a damn good record.

I was ecstatic when I heard Rock Candy, who does some of the best remaster/reissue work of any company out there, was going to be reissuing some Dokken albums. When I heard that the first record was going to be amongst those reissued, I was all the more delighted, feeling that the pros at Rock Candy were going to dig into the vault and give us the original Carrere Records versions of the tracks as bonuses.

A brief history lesson for the uninformed: Before it hit American shores in 1983, Breaking the Chains was released under the Don Dokken solo name on European label Carrere Records. This early, rare version of the album featured alternate mixes of the tracks, and two are drastically different from their International Release counterparts. On this early version, Live to Rock (Rock to Live) is entitled "We're Illegal" and has totally different lyrics, and Paris is Burning is actually a studio version (international albums have a live version.) These tracks are the holy grail of Dokken obscurities and rarities.... why did Rock Candy not include them here?

I absolutely love Rock Candy for what they have done for reissuing great classic hard rock and AOR albums, but there are a few dimwitted incidents where they overlook great potential bonus content, and this sadly, is one such occasion. The expanded liner notes are nice and the sound is truer to the source than any earlier release, but hold out for a true deluxe package that has the alternate Carrere Records versions as bonus tracks.

Lightning to the Nations
Lightning to the Nations
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Great album, TERRIBLE deluxe edition, September 27, 2013
Let me start by saying that my review is in no way an insult towards Diamond Head or their music. The original album is five-star material all this way. This review is exclusively for the 2CD "Deluxe Edition."

Diamond Head should need no introduction, they were one of the finest bands of the NWOBHM, constantly pleasing audiences and being a massive influence on so many bands, many of whom have become far better known than Diamond Head themselves. Not surprisingly, they are a band whose back catalogue has seen numerous reissues over the past several years.

By my count, prior to this release, there were no fewer than three different releases of this album, including a "White Album" reissue with the original seven album tracks and seven bonus tracks from EPs and singles and the likes, and a "Diamond Nights" CD with different mixes and a "scrambled" tracklist of the album and EP material from the era. I was really looking forward to seeing a Deluxe Edition of this material, which would being even more rarities and remastering treatment to the table.

...I never would have expected the so-called "Deluxe Edition" to be the WORST release this album has had to date!

All they did was took the same 14 tracks from the "White Album" release and SPREAD THEM ACROSS TWO DISCS. You heard me right. There is NO ADDITIONAL OR NEW BONUS CONTENT. They just took a one-CD version of this album and spread the tracks across two discs, adding nothing new. Seriously, the record company couldn't hunt down some unreleased outtakes or early live material? In essence, all this release does is takes already-existing releases of the album and makes them more expensive by spreading the content across two discs. There is a ton of wasted blank space that could have been filled with so much unreleased stuff. If ever there was a wasted opportunity, this is it.

Long story short - get Lightning to the Nations, but don't get this version. The "White Album" reissue, containing expanded liner notes and featuring all of this material on ONE CD (the way it should be) is the way to go.

Second Coming
Second Coming
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4.0 out of 5 stars An album of rerecorded songs that is actually worth your time, June 7, 2013
This review is from: Second Coming (Audio CD)
STRYPER is legendary for being the band that unleashed Christian metal on the masses - and managed to find that rare balance between satisfying hard rock riffs and a positive message. The band continues to perform and maintain a strong following, with Oz Fox, Tim Gaines, Robert Sweet, and Michael Sweet all going strong.

Second Coming is a bit of an oddity in that it is not an album of all-new STRYPER material, but rather a CD of rerecorded STRYPER classics. This trend is becoming increasingly common amongst classic bands, and often meets with a mixed reception. I have heard mixed reasons as to why STRYPER opted to record this CD - some sources have claimed it is due to the band no longer owning the rights or receiving royalties on their classic recordings of these songs, while some have stated that the band was dissatisfied with the original studio recordings, and was hoping to rectify some of the issues with the original playing/production through the recording of this package.

So how does it fare? I'm usually not a fan of these rerecording scenarios, but in STRYPER's case, regardless of the reason they decided to do it, they have actually managed to create an excellent release. The production on these songs sounds far superior to the older album releases (which were likely made on limited budgets.) The CD features a mix of tracks that originally appeared on the band's `Yellow and Black Attack' debut EP, and their first two full-length records, `Soldiers Under Command' and `To Hell With the Devil.' Any die-hard who has heard the original versions of these songs will instantly notice not only do these new versions have a fuller, heavier sound and better production, but that the band still plays like they have not aged a day in 30 years. How many groups can you say that for? The band tops off an already excellent package with a pair of brand new recordings, very much in the style of the band's classic material.

The disc is not perfect, mainly because the group pretty much ignores their post-1986 material as far as the rerecordings go (I would loved to have heard a few tracks from the `In God We Trust' and `Against the Law' records get this treatment. That flaw aside though, this will make an excellent purchase for any STRYPER fan, old or new alike, and an excellent holdover until the band's next studio album of original material.

NOW What?!
NOW What?!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Their best since Perfect Strangers, June 7, 2013
This review is from: NOW What?! (Audio CD)
DEEP PURPLE has had one of the longest, most interesting rides in the history of classic rock and roll, not to mention they have created some of the biggest names in the music industry. `NOW WHAT!?' is the 19th studio record from these British rock legends, and for this latest release, the band has brought on the talents of legendary producer Bob Ezrin (KISS, ALICE COOPER, and PINK FLOYD are just a few of the bands this guy has worked with.)

DEEP PURPLE's current lineup (which has stood since 1993) features classic members Ian Gillan (vocals), Roger Glover (bass), and Ian Paice (drums) alongside guitarist Steve Morse (former member of KANSAS and DIXIE DREGS) and keyboardist Don Airey (former member of RAINBOW, WHITESNAKE, and the OZZY OSBOURNE BAND.) Classic keyboardist Jon Lord quit the band in 2002 and passed away in 2012, while classic guitarist Ritchie Blackmore has abandoned the genre of rock and roll and now exclusively plays medieval folk music. This current version of the band has put out some solid studio material, but nothing that reaches the heights of the band's vintage material. How does `NOW WHAT!?' stack up. Is it another "good but not great" release from the aging band, or something more?

It has been 8 years in the making, but `NOW WHAT!?' was definitely worth the wait. I can, in all honesty, say that this is DEEP PURPLE's best album since 1984's reunion LP, `Perfect Strangers.' It is tough to pinpoint the exact sound on this album, but it is a very diverse and strong effort from start to finish, pulling its inspiration from all over in the DEEP PURPLE back catalogue. You get songs that would not be out of place on the band's 70s albums, stuff that would be right at home on their 80s reunion material, and even some modern-ish stuff that recalls `Rapture of the Deep', their most recent prior release. The end result is a record which is diverse but still balanced and even throughout. For me the biggest stand-out of the album is the keyboard playing. It seems like throughout the record, Don Airey is paying tribute to the late Jon Lord, and that is a good thing. It makes this album sound old and new at the same time. Not to mention the rest of the band is at the top of their game as well.

DEEP PURPLE's post-80s albums have been a hit and miss affair, but `NOW WHAT!?' rectifies the weaker efforts of recent years, standing as this incarnation of the band's strongest record to date. No die-hard fan of the band should be disappointed with what the group and Bob Ezrin have created here.

The Way Life Goes
The Way Life Goes
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4 of 7 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Lots of potential, but it doesn't live up to the expectations I had for it, June 7, 2013
This review is from: The Way Life Goes (Audio CD)
`The Way Life Goes' is the first solo album from CINDERELLA frontman TOM KEIFER. As there has not been any sort of full-length release from CINDERELLA since 1994, this has been an eagerly awaited release amongst many a rock and roll fan since it was first announced.

After all the months of waiting, how does TOM KEIFER's first full-length release as a solo artist stack up? Sadly, not as well as you might be hoping for. While the album does contain its moments of brilliance, the end result is very uneven, with a mix of excellent tracks and, well, not-so-excellent ones. Let me start by saying this - do not come in here expecting it to be "the new CINDERELLA album."

The hard rock tracks on the album are my favorites, ranging everywhere from hard bluesy numbers reminiscent of `Heartbreak Station'-era CINDERELLA, right down to alternative-flavored hard rock! There are quite a few good songs along these lines, and a few will definitely jump out at you.

Unfortunately, the other end of the spectrum proves to be less satisfying. The ballads on the album are in the style of modern pop radio. These songs are horrid and cringe-inducing, serving up the very style of music I listen to a man like TOM KEIFER to escape from! I can't blame him entirely for this, though. As this is his first solo album, it is clear he is still trying to find a solo sound of his own.

All in all, there are moments of brilliance on The Way Life Goes, but as a whole TOM KEIFER's solo debut falls flat. For every great hard rock song there is a modern pop song that, well, is not so great. Despite this, I am optimistic for any future solo releases the CINDERELLA frontman might be throwing our way in the future!
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Beavis and Butt-Head: Volume 4 [Blu-ray]
Beavis and Butt-Head: Volume 4 [Blu-ray]
DVD ~ Beavis & Butt-Head
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4.0 out of 5 stars Beavis and Butt-Head are BACK!, January 2, 2013
Beavis and Butt-Head was easily one of my favorite shows growing up, and remains such to this day. I was definitely disappointed when creator Mike Judge cancelled the show in the late 90s, though I believed it had a good run. When I heard Judge was planning a revival, I was both optimistic and nervous. Would it be as good as it once was? Would the voice acting be spot-on?

I have seen the new season (and now own it on this disc) and while I have a few complaints, overall I think it went very well! Mike Judge has not lost his touch by any stretch of the imagination. So how do the episodes themselves hold up, and perhaps more importantly, how does this Blu-ray release hold up?

For the unfamiliar who may not have watched the show before, here is the basic premise: Beavis and Butt-Head are teenage high school students employed at a burger joint. They are complete and hopeless morons who care more about rocking out and getting laid than school or work. They are hated by all for their antics - their teachers, their boss, and the community at large. The duo also gets a kick out of harshly criticizing music videos, and as of this new season, reality television and movies as well.

Beavis and Butt-Head is a great show. On the surface this is a stupid show with lots of physical humor and crude jokes. But if one looks deeper, they will discover a brilliant commentary on modern-day suburban American life. There really is something here for everyone, so do not judge the show too harshly based on what you may see on the surface at the first glance. To quote one of the extras on the disc, Mike Judge understands the American idiot better than anyone. This is actually the 8th season of the show, the Vol. 4 is a bit misleading as it corresponds to older, incomplete "Mike Judge Collection" releases, not the actual seasons themselves.

Here are the episodes on this disc and brief descriptions of each:

-Werewolves of Highland: After seeing the latest Twilight movie, Beavis and Butt-Head want to become undead so that they can be more appealing to girls.

-Crying: The scent of an onion makes Beavis teary-eyed - and Butt-Head will not leave him alone about it!

-Daughter's Hand: After watching old movies with proper gentlemen courting women, our idiotic heroes decide to take the same approach.

-Tech Support: The titular duo ends up working in a tech support office... and surprisingly, the boss is impressed by their style of work!

-Holy Cornholio: A strange cult thinks Beavis is the reincarnation of their recently deceased leader!

-Drones: A field trip to the local military base finds Beavis and Butt-Head running off and taking control of some military drones, when they mistake it for a video game.

-Supersize Me: The boys decide to achieve fame by emulating Morgan Spurlock and his "Super Size Me" film, by only eating at Burger World for a month.

-Bathroom Break: Beavis and Butt-Head discover they get paid while they are taking bathroom breaks at work... and decide to abuse the privilege!

-The Rat: A rat invades the home of our idiotic heroes, and it is up to them to catch and stop it.

-Spill: The boys agree to go help clean up an oil spill when they hear that there are "filthy chicks covered in oil" there (not knowing that they are talking about birds.)

-Doomsday: The boys think the world has ended... and decide to take everything in the town for themselves.

-Dumb Design: Beavis and Butt-Head side with a school youth group protesting the Theory of Evolution, thinking the group actually wants to get rid of all difficult-to-understand school subjects!

-Copy Machine: Beavis tries to photocopy his butt at school, only to smash through the glass and get stuck in there. The school quickly turns into a media circus covering the story!

-Holding: Beavis and Butt-Head are approached by women who seem very interested in them. However, it is because the women think they are drug dealers, and our idiotic heroes do not understand the meaning of the word "holding."

-Used Car: The boys end up on a used car lot and put an employee's future in jeopardy with their stupidity and antics.

-Bounty Hunter: The boys become bounty hunters... with predictable results.

-Time Machine: A field trip to an old-style homesteading community makes the boys think they have traveled back in time.

-Massage: After seeing a massage business at the mall, the boys decide to try their hand at running their own... again, with predictable results!

-School Test: Highland High School has a major test that could make or break their funding, so all the teachers in the school step up to try and prepare them for the exam.

-Snitches: The boys go to court as witness after seeing a neighborhood tough guy get into an altercation.

-Whorehouse: Beavis and Butt-Head mistake an abortion clinic for a brothel, and want to get in so that they can get laid.

-Going Down: The boys get trapped in an elevator with a beautiful woman.

Surprisingly, these new episodes hold up very well and are very much in the style of the old stuff. The animation is a little cleaner and brighter (and in HD as well), but all in all this still looks and sounds like vintage Beavis and Butt-Head.

Video quality on the Blu-ray is very good. The animation flows smoothly, and everything is very bright and clear, with no major anomalies to speak of. There are some jagged line issues here and there, but the normal episode portions on here look just fine and no one will have any serious complaints.

I only have 2 complaints in regard to the video on this release. First and foremost, the footage of Beavis and Butt-Head watching TV was NOT re-animated, it is the old footage from the 90s. It looks absolutely horrid as a part of an otherwise very good looking presentation. The other complaint is that material Beavis and Butt-Head are watching that is in a widescreen aspect ratio is non-anamorphic. Aside from these minor complaints, this set looks great.

Audio is surprisingly good. Everything is easy to understand, and there were even a few loud moments that rocked my speakers pretty good! It is not going to wow like the latest Hollywood blockbuster on Blu-ray, but Beavis and Butt-Head sounds great on Blu-ray.

As far as extras go, there is not much here. The most interesting one of which is a comic-con panel featuring Mike Judge, talking about bringing the series back. The others are just some promo spots and a "be quiet during the movie" thing that is less than 20 seconds. Still, better than nothing.

Beavis and Butt-Head are back, and I hope we get some more seasons in the new future as well. This Blu-ray comes HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!

Studio Albums 1990 - 2009
Studio Albums 1990 - 2009
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars 8 great albums, one low price. Must own., January 2, 2013
Green day came on to the music scene in the mid 1990s, and became superstars overnight due to a pop-punk sound all their own. 2 decades later, they are still going strong, doing their own thing, often going in new directions.

In anticipation of the new studio albums from Green Day released in 2012, Uno, Dos, and Tre, the band released this compilation, which is exactly what it says - a set of all their studio albums released from 1990-2009. In America, the compilation is an exclusive release at Best Buy stores, and retails for $39.99 (any sellers on here trying to get more than that are ripping you off.)

These are the albums you get in the set:

-39 Smooth (1990)

-Kerplunk! (1992)

-Dookie (1994)

-Insomniac (1995)

-Nimrod (1997)

-Warning (2000)

-American Idiot (2004)

-21st Century Breakdown (2009)

The first 2 albums include all of the same EP bonus tracks as their individually released counterparts. Likewise, all other CDs are identical to the individual releases, and there are no bonus tracks or anything of the like. They are in slim paper sleeves without liner notes.

This compilation scores points for delivering exactly what it promises, and doing that for a very good, low price as well. I wish they had gone the extra mile and thrown in some extra things/tracks/etc., but at this price I really cannot complain. My biggest complaints are that they did not include the Shenanigans rarities compilation, the Foxboro Hot Tubs album, and the live albums, but none of these are really "studio albums" so I guess I will not be complaining too much over that stuff.

If you are looking to jumpstart your Green Day collection, this compilation will make a fine addition to your music library. Strongly recommended!

International Superhits!
International Superhits!
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4.0 out of 5 stars A solid compilation covering Green Day's early major label years, January 2, 2013
Green Day was amongst the numerous alternative rock bands to emerge in the 1990s, and a pop-punk sound all their own resulted in them becoming superstars overnight. Even to this day, Green Day is still going strong, having outlasted many of their contemporaries.

Green Day released their first (and to date only) hits compilation, International Superhits, in 2001, covering tracks from their first 4 major label albums, as well as a few new/rare tracks.

Here is an overview of the albums and time period that International Superhits covers, what is included, and what is not.

-There are no tracks from the Lookout Records albums or the associated EPs released around the same period. This is presumably due to legal issues, but hearing some of these less popular early songs would have been a great way to kick off the compilation, showing how the band sounded at the very beginning.

-Dookie (1994)
Longview, Welcome to Paradise, Basket Case, When I Come Around, She
The album that launched Green Day's mainstream career and unleashed them on the world. Overall the Dookie album is very well represented on this compilation, featuring 5 of its most classic tracks. The one minor complaint I have here is the omission of the minor hit Burnout.

-Insomniac (1995)
Geek Stink Breath, Brain Stew/Jaded, Walking Contradiction, Stuck With Me
The selections from this album are exactly what fans will be expecting, and that is not a bad thing. Die-hard fans may nitpick the selections from this album, but all in all I think as far as a hits compilation goes, these are the best selections that could have been made.

-Nimrod (1997)
Hitchin' a Ride, Good Riddance (Time of Your Life), Redundant, Nice Guys Finish Last
Similar to the selections from Insomniac, the label "plays it straight" with the selections from the Nimrod album. You get the biggest hits from the album as well as a few minor hits. Good selections overall.

-Warning (2000)
Minority, Waiting, Warning, Macy's Day Parade
Again, mostly the big hits from the album, no real surprises with the tracks selected. However, I am a little disappointed to see that the label did not include the minor hit Castaway, especially considering the band did perform it live on the Warning tour.

-Other Tracks (Various Years)
Maria, Poprocks and Coke, JAR (Jason Andrew Relva)
The former 2 songs are previously unreleased ones that make their debuts on this compilation. While these songs are nothing revolutionary or earth shattering, they are a nice little bonus - though I would not recommend buying the compilation just for them if you already have all of the studio albums. The latter song is from the soundtrack to the film Angus, and it is nice to have it here on an official Green Day release as it was initially "soundtrack only." I wish they had included some rare tracks from foreign releases of the albums or from import-only EPs and the like as well, though.

The compilation was released in 2001, so there is nothing from American Idiot, 21st Century Breakdown, Uno, Dos, or Tre. There are also no tracks that overlap with the Shenanigans rarities compilation which came out not too long after.

The biggest complaint I have with this compilation aside from the lack of early, pre-major label material, is the run time. The compilation only runs about 60 minutes, but you can fit 80 minutes of material on a CD. Another 5 or so songs could have been included here, which means there is really no excuse for the omissions of select album tracks.

All in all, despite the flaws, International Superhits is an excellent compilation that serves as a fine intro to one of the greatest bands to emerge from the 1990s and is still going strong today. I am guessing the band will most likely release another compilation of material covering where this one left off eventually, most likely after the release of their next album, but we will have to wait and see.

If you are a casual fan of Green Day or considering getting in to their music, this is a fine starting point!

Perfect Storm: After the Rain World Tour 1991
Perfect Storm: After the Rain World Tour 1991
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5.0 out of 5 stars A live release that does the Brothers Nelson justice.... and then some!, November 16, 2012
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Perfect Storm: After the Rain World Tour 1991 was released in 1991.

Towards the tail end of the 80s rock movement, Nelson entered the scene and scored mass popularity with their album, After the Rain. What followed the release of that album was an epic tour, with fans of the band clamoring to arenas to cheer the band on. It took 20 years, but at long last, Frontiers Records has released a CD featuring a concert from the band's classic world tour for their first and most popular album.

This incarnation of the band was an all-star lineup featuring some amazing musicians alongside the Nelson Brothers, including Bobby Rock on drums, formerly a drummer for the Vinnie Vincent Invasion and Slaughter. It's no surprise that this incarnation of the band remains the most popular version of Nelson - and it is demonstrated beautifully in the form of some of the instrumental/solo tracks featured here.

Of course, the question on your mind is probably the most obvious one - is this release any good? I'm always weary of checking out these live albums that were released "after the fact", as often times, they are just a cash-in. Well, after giving it a few thorough listens, I can safely say to you, the music fans, that Perfect Storm is not a cash-in by any means. In fact, it is a damn good live album that should have seen the light of day long ago!

The first thing you will notice about this release is that, from start to finish, the band is on fire. This is Nelson in their heyday, following the release of their first and best studio alum. You can tell the band and audience alike are having a great time, and the playing is top-notch throughout. This is a truly epic live show that never lets down. As After the Rain was the only studio album the band had released at the time, the majority of the tracks come from that album, including the big hits. There are a few little surprises through in, including solo/instrumental tracks, and even Two Heads Are Better Than One, the song the band recorded for the Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure soundtrack prior to getting signed to a major label. An epic, lengthy finale of Everywhere I Go finishes off this live set in fine form. I tend to nitpick and heavily critique a lot of albums, especially live albums, but I seriously can't think of a single flaw with this package. Only sweetening the deal is the inclusion of Keep One Heart, a rare studio track that originally only appeared on Japanese release of the After the Rain studio album. I have noticed that some people who have reviewed this release have complained about the sound quality - for the life of me, I can't detect any major problems with it. A live album is supposed to sound more raw and less polished than a studio release, so by the standards of live albums, this sounds fine.

If you're at all a Nelson fan, you owe it to yourself to add this release to your collection. Absolute highest recommendation!

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