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Rock Until You Drop: A Long Days Journey

4.3 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews

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Double DVD set. The undisputed kings of Athletic Rock are back! Harder and stronger than ever. With Rock Until You Drop-A Long Day's Journey, they show all non believers what real Metal is about. Screaming guitar riffs, pumping bass lines, exploding drums and a voice which is not from this earth. It's now 32 years ago since their first album Rock Until You Drop was released and during this time Raven definitely influenced a lot of bands. Who played their first tour at the east coast in the USA as support to Raven? Metallica. Who played their first gigs ever as support to Raven? Anthrax. The list goes on and on.........ask Mille of Kreator or Tom Angelripper of Sodom..both will say that Raven was a big influence on their musical careers.

Product Details

  • Format: Color, NTSC
  • Language: English (DD)
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated:
    NR
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  • Studio: Spv U.S.
  • DVD Release Date: July 16, 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00CIJG80W
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #131,278 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By John F. Moore on December 2, 2013
First off, like the other reviewers here, the copy I bought of this DVD has some technical glitches: namely, at the end of each "chapter" of the DVD, it goes back to the DVD chapter screen and you have to manually start the next "chapter". It is slightly irritating, but it is a minor irritant and certainly not a reason to not purchase this DVD. Also, I got this in Summer 2013 when it was first released, so maybe the newer copies of this if you order now have been fixed. I hope so. I'd hate to see a minor glitch like this ruin the success of such a cool product.

Unlike the documentary about their fellow metal contemporaries ANVIL, this DVD looks to have been made in-house by the band themselves. Unlike the ANVIL documentary, it isn't a feel-good story that will appeal to the great unwashed public who have never heard of the band. Instead, this is a fantastic, all-inclusive history for fans of a great, in some ways under-appreciated British metal band who were part not only of the early 80s UK NWOBHM scene, but also prime movers in the early-mid 80s US thrash scene when they moved to the US and hooked up with Megaforce Records and, ultimately, major label Atlantic. The DVD touches on their whole history, from their late 70s genesis in Newcastle, England through the NWOBHM years, their early 80s tours with bands like Accept and Metallica (who opened for Raven on their first US tour), their polarizing mid-80s albums on Atlantic, and the post-Atlantic years with drummer Joe Hasselvander.
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By Havesac on August 18, 2013
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The Gallagher brothers could have been SAS warriors.Instead they chose to play music.Awesome choice .I personally think the 1st 3 from Raven are Epic.Unfortunately due to clueless label owners and a bad decision by the boys,their style changed after All For One. This dvd if properly manufactured would be a 5 star product.Unfortunately as the first reviewer stated ,,there are playback issues.You basically have to manually hit on your remote each chapter.I could not watch dvd in one press of play button.Shame because there is some great footage here.Not of the best picture quality by 21st century standard but much of stuff was recorded with 1980s tech. The company that released this must do the mighty Raven a service and correct the playability issues,which is why me gives only 3 stars.A fan should not have to pay $$$ and get a product that you basically have to play each chapter individually to watch dvd.Defect only occurs on disc One.Disc two is issue free. Wish Rob Hunter would rejoin band .I think it is awesome when a great band keeps all original members throughout their whole career. I would totally dig playin drums for Raven.Totally under appreciated band,but to those in the know,,Raven = Mighty Force..
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I don't know what to think.

I'm on my 2nd DVD now, and having the same exact issues. The menu is all off! When you try to navigate through the menu options some option are highlighted and at other times you have no idea were your cursor is. You think you are playing the movie but once it gets to chapter two, it stops and brings you right back to the main menu. I've also attempted starting from other chapters and get the same results.

I've tried playing it on my desktop & laptops, I've tried on multiple DVD players in my home and having the same issues with the menu navigation and playback.

Very frustrating mainly because I'm a huge RAVEN fan, so getting my hands on not one but two copies and not being able to watch it from beginning to end it killing me.

I would assume there is an issue with the production of the DVD's or at least that is my feeling.
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I really like Raven and this dvd is pretty good. lots of old footage so if your a fan of the 80's stuff this is for you. yeah, you keep getting sent back to the menu after each chapter and it is a little "low budget" but if your a Raven fan you will ignore the flaws and want to see it because it is interesting. I bought this last year so I don't know if they fixed the menu issue.
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The production value and old footage is outstanding. I brilliant insight to the band that started the NWOBHM and what we now call Speed and Thrash. They were it before anyone. And after 35+years of doing they are still going strong today. Total respect and admiration for these guys. If you don't know about this band then you truly aren't a metal head. And if you do know about this band and don't buy this DVD you a damn fool!
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By BKGIBSONV on September 18, 2013
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A poorly documented band with little history on video is finally in my hands! It actually reached me on my birthday! The quality is a little on the "meh" side, the menus seem like they are thrown together, sometimes the video skips too and the audio mix is not the best but Raven is one of the most monumental and influential metal bands in history. I was only 5 or 6 when they toured with Metallica on the Kill em All for one tour and tore up the stages of Roseland and Lamour in NY so until I get that time machine this video will have to do! A must have as a historical document for all the nu-metal kids to show them where the big boys hang!
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