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Steel Panther is the hottest band out of Hollywood since Motley Crüe, Guns N' Roses and Poison ruled the Sunset Strip. Arriving in 2009 with debut album Feel The Steel - hailed by Kerrang! magazine as "close to perfect" - Steel Panther has won a legion of fans across the world. Filmed in 2010 in London, "The British Invasion" will finally see a release this year, after almost 2 years of anticipation. The release features the full set of hilarious tongue in cheek songs filmed at Brixton Academy in 2010. Steel Panther get a lot of stick, but they are what they are, an '80s metal/hard rock "tribute band" (formerly known as Metal Skool). Debut album "Death to all but Metal" did extremely well, and now the band are riding high off followup "Balls Out". Onstage, the band both pays tribute to and lampoons the heyday of '80s glam metal. The group's between-song comedy includes jests at conflict between band members, discussions of drugs, sex, and improvised humor with the crowd. Track listing 1. Eyes Of A Panther 2. Eatin' Ain't Cheatin' 3. Fat Girl 4. Hair Solo 5. Party All Day 6. Hell's On Fire 7. Stripper Girl 8. Asian Hooker 9. Turn Out The Lights 10. Girl From Oklahoma 11. We Want Pussy 12. Community Property 13. The Shocker 14. Death To All But Metal 15. 30 Minute Documentary 16. Deleted Scenes
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The first disc is the heart and soul of what this collection is all about. The full length Brixton Academy show is the best live show that I've never seen (YET!)... I am so pumped from viewing this concert performance that I am actually planning a 2012 trip to Vegas with the fellas just to go get a live taste of the Panther action! I have introduced all my friends to Steel Panther since my initial introduction back in 2008 and this DVD set is the absolute pinnacle in enjoying the full monty that Steel Panther offers, beyond going to see them live, I'm sure.
The second disc is a great compliment with a mini show of sorts, taking choice excerpts from the 2011 Donnington show. It is just as killer and displays the consistency of a great live act that will blow your mind and keep you laughin' just as hard. A nice addition to the Brixton show... Also included is a lengthy documentary of their antics that will keep you rollin' for a damn near hour long. Be sure and check out the deleted scenes as well.
Just as previous reviews have noted, be sure that the wife and kiddies are far from earshot, as they will only spoil the mood, let alone bring the time of your life to a sudden screeching halt.
I have only one minor negative note concerning this set (otherwise I could be accused of simply wanting to get in the Panther groupie herd). I was hoping for a music video (If You Really, Really Love Me) or maybe the entire short video catalog of theirs to be included. Oh well, I guess you can't have it all in one?! Hell, maybe there's more to come from the Panther on DVD from here. I'll surely be in line to pickup my copy! A+ rating here friends!! ENJOY...