Monday, April 10, 2006

Music dvd's

I have a pile of cd's, but very few music dvd's. Dvd's as in concert videos or collections of music videos. I have three AC/DC dvd's, Judas Priest's Electric Eye and a Testament dvd that a friend gave me and that's it other then dvd's that came with cd's and I only have a few of those. I am curious about the Judas Priest Live vengeance '82 that's coming out tomorrow, I may have to get that. Does anyone buy very many music dvd's and if so what do you have?

9 Comments:

Blogger Ben Heller said...

I have a few, but they always seem so expensive compared to CD's. Live DVD's are O.K. but for me they never seem to capture the atmosphere of actually being there, Unless you've got a Projector screen I guess.

8:32 AM  
Blogger Vicious Steve said...

I have quite a few DVDs:

- All the official KISS DVDs (Yes I'm a KISS diehard).

- The Manowar Hell On Earth series are seriously jammed with videos, live footage, and behind the scenes.

- I have Priest's Electric Eye & Rising In The East DVDs. very good.

- Iron Maiden has put out some great packages with Visions of the Beast and The Early Years Pt.1.

- Saxon - Chronicles is a great package. 2 DVDs covering videos, outtakes, and live.

I've been meaning to pick up the Crue's Carnival Of Sins DVD and the Queen/Paul Rodgers DVD.

10:05 AM  
Blogger Metal Mark said...

Ben-Part of the reason I don't have more is that I wonder if I will watch them more than once. Than question often causes me to skip buying most of them.

V and D-Welcome. I just checked out your blog and it looks cool. I recently saw one of Manowar's Hell on earth dvd's and it was entertaining for sure.

It does seem like music dvd's are getting cheaper. There are a lot going under $15 and even a few new ones here and there going for $10.

10:13 AM  
Blogger The Phoenix said...

Nope, I don't own any music DVDs. I love concerts, but it'd have to be an amazing show to have me buy one on disc.

11:14 AM  
Blogger Bruce said...

The only dvd I have is, surprise!, Queensryche's Live Mindcrime.

2:22 PM  
Blogger :P fuzzbox said...

Disturbed - MOA is awesome. It is not just your typical stage and video footage. It follows them through the recording process. It gives highlight behind the stage footage of a tour. It has in-depth interviews with the band. And much more.

Ozzy's Live at Buddakan was half assed.

Drowning Pool had a fair DVD.

Evenescence was fair.

Metallica has done a few good ones.

Kiss DVD's run the spectrum from good to lame.

Korn's DVD's are hard to navigate.

That is about all that I can list right now.

2:45 PM  
Blogger FredCQ said...

I have a lot of music DVDs. My favorites are:

Rush in Rio: Nice song selection.

Candlemass: The Curse of Candlemass - Great video of the reunion tour.

Iron Maiden: The Early Years - If you are a Maiden fan and you don't have this, rush out and it get it. I t has 3-4 full concerts, a long documentery and all kinds of extra stuff.

Kiss Unplugged: I was watching this the other day. I love the vibe of this show. Its great when Peter and Ace walk out onstage. Too bad the reunion went sour and continued on for years and years.

Wish List:

I would like to see some vintage King Diamond/Mercyful Fate stuff releaased. I would also like to see some early Morbid Angel shows.

5:00 AM  
Blogger Cari said...

BTW Happy Anniversary to u and wifey!!

5:02 AM  
Blogger Metal Mark said...

Cari-Thanks. We both had to work though.

DVD wish list (as suggested by Fred)

A live Van Halen concert with Dave (this will never be released).

AC/DC-Let there be rock to get a DVD release or any Bon Scott era concert.

5:37 AM  

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