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Tuesday, 20 April 2004 |  Written by Bryan Dailey  | 
Seal - IV artist: Seal This title not currently available on Amazon. album: IV format: DVD-Audio label: Warner Bros release year: 2004 performance: 8 sound 8 reviewed by: Bryan Dailey Originally released as a 16-bit CD in September of last year, I hadn’t heard this disc until I reviewed it as a DVD-Audio disc. Or had I? It turns out that two of the first three songs were sold to television networks. For those of you who are avid viewers of NBC’s reality show “Average Joe,” chances are you’ve heard the Seal tune from this album called “Love’s Divine.” TNT viewers may recognize the Seal song “Waiting for You” from a recent series of 30-second spots.
Tuesday, 16 March 2004 |  Written by Jeff Fish  | 
Neil Young & Crazy Horse - Greendale artist: Neil Young & Crazy Horse album: Greendale format: Advanced Resolution Surround Sound (96kHz/24-bit), Advanced Resolution Stereo (96kHz/24-bit) on DVD-A players. Dolby Digital & DTS 5.1 Surround Sound on all DVD players special features: “Devil’s Sidewalk” Video; Lyrics; Photo Gallery; Discography label: Warner Music Group release year: 2004 performance: 8 sound 8 reviewed by: Jeff Fish Neil Young is one of those artists who I’m always anxious to see what he’s up to. His music defies category. The Neil Young music catalogue runs from country to heavy metal and always with the highest level of musicianship and songwriting. So what’s Young up to now, you might be asking yourself. How does a rock opera (or play, depending on your viewpoint) sound to you? Well, that is exactly what he’s up to now, with the expected results.
Tuesday, 09 March 2004 |  Written by Jeff Fish  | 
Slaughter - Then and Now artist: Slaughter function popUp(URL,NAME) { amznwin=window.open(URL,NAME,'location=yes,scrollbars=yes,status=yes,toolbar=yes,resizable=yes,width=380,height=450,screenX=10,screenY=10,top=10,left=10'); amznwin.focus();} document.open(); document.write(""); document.close(); album: Then and Now format: 24 bit/96 kHz DVD-Audio, 24 bit/48 kHz Dolby Digital 5.1 and stereo options, plays on all DVD players label: Sanctuary Records release year: 2004 performance: 7 sound: 6 special features: Artist photos, band bio, speaker setup and weblinks reviewed by: Jeff Fish When I was asked to review this DVD-A my original thought was, weren’t they a band from the late 80’s? Well yes they were and still are as a matter of fact. Slaughter’s first hit came in 1990 with “Up All Night”. Soon following that up with “Fly to the Angels” and then add on top of that the theme song from “Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey”, pretty impressive resume so far. But to be brutally honest I can’t say that I ever heard any of these songs before. Slaughter's music falls somewhere between Poison, Cinderella and KISS and for me that is somewhere I really don’t go musically. So that being said this ...
Monday, 26 January 2004 |  Written by Jeff Fish  | 
Living Colour - Collideoscope artist: Living Colour This title not currently available on Amazon. album: Collideoscope format: 24-bit/96 kHz DVD-Audio; 24-bit/48 kHz Dolby Digital 5.1 special features: Photo Gallery; Lyrics; Weblinks; “Song Without Sin” Video label: Silverline Records release year: 2004 performance: 7 sound 4 reviewed by: Jeff Fish Living Colour was one of the bands that saved the late 1980s from being totally worthless. Here came this band, without warning, to save us from all the bland hair metal that was permeating the airwaves then. Their Vivid is definitely one the top 10 albums to have come out in the ‘80s, combining the virtuosity of King Crimson with the heart of Led Zeppelin and the political nature of John Lennon with the soul of Sly Stone.
Tuesday, 13 January 2004 |  Written by Jeff Fish  | 
T. Rex - Electric Warrior artist: T. Rex function popUp(URL,NAME) { amznwin=window.open(URL,NAME,'location=yes,scrollbars=yes,status=yes,toolbar=yes,resizable=yes,width=380,height=450,screenX=10,screenY=10,top=10,left=10'); amznwin.focus();} document.open(); document.write(""); document.close(); album: Electric Warrior format: Dolby Digital 5.1 - all DVD players. Advanced Resolution Surround Sound (96kHz/24-bit) - DVD-A players. Advanced Resolution Stereo (192kHz/24-bit) - DVD-A players special features: Photo Gallery; Lyrics; “Bang A Gong (Get It On)” Video label: Silverline Records release year: 2004 performance: 8 sound 8.5 reviewed by: Jeff Fish For me, T. Rex is one of those bands that was perfect for its time, which was the early ‘70s. The glam rock movement was in its beginning stages and really starting to take off, with artists like David Bowie, Elton John and Mott the Hoople paving the way for all the success and excess that would happen later in the decade.
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