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The Blues Collection: Feel Like Going Home

This is another fine burst of blues sounds as part of the Martin Scorsese Blues series. Scorsese aims to celebrate the various expressions from some of the greats in history.

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We Are Scissor Sisters And So Are You

The band has had a great time travelling the world over the past twelve months and one of their August live shows, at the Brighton Dome in England, is great viewing on this DVD. They have their own way of entertaining and the wide screen viewing can make a huge difference.

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Delta Goodrem - Believe Again Australian Tour 2009

The footage comes from Delta's concert at the wonderful Sydney State Theatre and contains all of her hits so far plus demonstrating her rapport with the audience.

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Love & Mercy

Starring Paul Dano, John Cusack, Elizabeth Banks and Paul Giamatti, Love & Mercy takes audiences on a compelling journey into the life and mind of the Beach Boys' Brian Wilson.

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Rolling Stones - Live At The Max

The “Live At The Max” footage is from five nights in July and August 1990 during the final leg of the Steel Wheels tour - from concerts staged in Turin, Italy; East Berlin, Germany and Wembley Stadium, London, England. Of course, the Rolling Stones have been the greatest rock ‘n’ roll band and this is another brilliant set of performances.

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Johnny O'Keefe: The Documentary

Johnny O’Keefe: The Wild One – The Documentary has been specially released to coincide with the 30th anniversary of his untimely passing.

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The Rolling Stones - Crossfire Hurricane

“Crossfire Hurricane” is released as part of the 50th anniversary celebrations of The Rolling Stones. This superb new film, directed by Brett Morgen, provides a remarkable new perspective on the Stones' unparalleled journey from blues-obsessed teenagers in the early 60's to rock royalty. It's all here in panoramic candour, from the Marquee Club to Hyde Park, from Altamont to 'Exile, from club gigs to stadium extravaganzas.

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Hall & Oates - Live in Dublin

Overall, this is a stunning set of classics with a few lesser known and surprisingly strong songs thrown in. ‘Live in Dublin’ is a great concert DVD, well shot, a responsive crowd (who appear to sing along to everything) and a band of sublime power.

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The Rolling Stones - From The Vault – Hampton Coliseum – Live In 1981

Shock Entertainment has released “From The Vault – Hampton Coliseum – Live In 1981” by The Rolling Stones. This is the first salvo of “From The Vault”, a new series of live concerts from The Rolling Stones archive which are getting their first official releases.

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Kaiser Chiefs - Live At Elland Road

Kaiser Chiefs give me the impression that they are much better and comfortable on the live stage than on record. This DVD is proof of how proficient they are, connecting so well with the audience.

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The Rolling Stones - From The Vault – LA Forum - Live In 1975

Shock Entertainment release “From The Vault - LA Forum - Live In 1975” by The Rolling Stones. This is the second release “From The Vault”; which is a new series of live concerts from The Rolling Stones archive which are getting their first official releases.

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Triple J Hottest 100

From its beginnings in 1989, Triple J’s Hottest 100 Countdown has grown into an institution. This DVD features clips by Coldplay, Silverchair, The Vines and The Living End, just to name a few.

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London Calling 25th Anniversary release

Twenty-five years have rolled around since London Calling was first released in 1979, and five years since Sony reissued The Clash’s albums, along with a number of compilations. It was time for another look back and another cash in. This pack consists of two CDs: a remastered version of the album, and ‘the vanilla tapes’, rehearsal recordings long thought lost. Also included are a DVD, an informative printed booklet and the standard liner notes.

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Roger Waters The Wall

Roger Waters, co-founder and principal songwriter of Pink Floyd, fuses the epic and the personal in Roger Waters The Wall, a concert film that goes well beyond the stage.

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The Blues Collection: Red, White & Blues

It should be essential viewing for many music lovers as it is directed by Mike Figgis, who was previously a musician before he moved into films.

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Lacuna Coil - Visual Karma (Body, Mind And Soul)

…the six-piece act have put together their double DVD effort ‘Visual Karma (Body, Mind And Soul)’ in celebration of their whirlwind and seemingly endless two year ‘Karmacode’ touring cycle.

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Paul McCartney - Live Kisses

Live Kisses is the result of one magical night from Capitol Studios in Hollywood in February 2012, when Sir Paul McCartney decided to bring his newly released musical collection “Kisses On The Bottom” to life at the very same Capitol Studios where much of the album was created.

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INXS: Never Tear Us Apart

INXS: Never Tear Us Apart is the extraordinary and uncensored story of INXS, told for the very first time in exclusive collaboration with the band and those who knew them best.

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Morrissey - 'Who Put The 'M' In Manchester'

If The Smiths have ever rocked your world, or you simply adore Morrissey and his brilliance, then this is a must have!

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B.B. King: The Life of Riley

Although born in a tumultuous period of US history, King battled with racism growing up but went on to turn his life around and found success with his unique style of playing the blues.

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AC/DC - Live at Donington

This is a two-hour DVD that highlights the huge Monsters of Rock Festival where AC/DC headlined in 1991.

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The Beatles: Eight Days a Week - The Touring Years

The Beatles Eight Days A Week tells the story of the band's exceptional touring years – from the perspectives of the band, its world, the fans, and their world. It examines the impact of those years on each of The Beatles – the toll that touring took on their relationships and the effect it had on their musical evolution, as well as the colossal boost the tours gave to their lifestyle and fame.

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Tiesto - Another Day At The Office

Another Day At The Office" gives a taste of how it is to be one of the most talented men in the world of DJ-ing. It comes complete with scenes from various shows that he has performed at. We get the vibe ane feel of how Tiesto creates a wonderful clubbing atmosphere…

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The Very Best of Sweet

In the mid-1970s Sweet burst on to the scene as the leaders of glam rock.

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Crowded House: Live at Sydney Opera House

On Sunday 27 November 2016, twenty years after bidding farewell to 100,000 people lining the Sydney Opera House foreshore, Crowded House returned with an encore performance to celebrate their 30th anniversary and induction into the ARIA Hall of Fame.

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The Blues Collection: Piano Blues

“Piano Blues” is directed by legendary actor and director Clint Eastwood. Clint has had a strong fascination and love of the piano, in terms of blues and jazz. Therefore, he goes deep into history to find rare footage of personalities…

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Porcupine Tree - Anesthetize

But outside of the performance from the band and the sound itself, it's Hoile’s masterful directing and editing of the whole show that really earns ‘Anesthetize’ its high praise.

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The Who - Sensation: The Story Of Tommy

The Who’s seminal double album “Tommy”, released in 1969, is a milestone in rock history. It revitalised the band’s career and established Pete Townshend as a composer and Roger Daltrey as one of rock’s foremost frontmen.

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Various Artists - Now Summer 2007

The likes of Danni Minogue, Chingy, Bob Sinclair, Paris Hilton and 35 others flaunt their voices and good looks in glossy video clips full of scantily dressed women and guys in bling.

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Silverstein - Decade (Live At The El Mocambo)

With 2010 marking the tenth anniversary of Canadian based emo-post-hardcore outfit Silverstein, the five piece act decided to put together something special for fans. Instead of putting together a best-of compilation, the band decided to play a four night stretch at the El Mocambo Theatre in Toronto, with each night dedicated entirely to performing each of their studio albums in their entirety.

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Iced Earth - Alive In Athens (The DVD)

Iced Earth’s 1999 album ‘Alive In Athens’ is without a doubt one of the best live recordings in the history of metal.

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Pod August Night

The trio has been entertaining early morning Triple J listeners, comedy festival devotees, and fans of Skithouse for years with their lightning fast ability to improvise and strum a catchy tune.

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Didgeridoo Trance Dance

From a unique Australian-based record label, Music Mosaic, comes this beautiful collection of the tastes of Australia with inspirational journeys into the eclectic musical world of various territories.

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John Mayer - Where The Light Is: Live In Los Angeles

This concert shows all three sides to Mayer’s musical abilities and offers long time fans and those who may just be getting into John Mayer an opportunity to really see how dynamic and multi-layered an artist he is. He has the ability to meld this assortment of sounds into an inspired and cohesive show.

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Dido - Live At Brixton Academy (includes bonus audio disc)

It was a busy touring year for the English singer/songwriter and the phenomenal tour took in a live audience of more than half a million people. There are beautiful arrangements and her intriguing lyrics are well sung in her clear, soft voice.

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The Decline Of Western Civilization

Penelope Spheeris' The Decline Of Western Civilization was perceived as shocking and outrageous at the time of its original release in 1981 and its two follow-up films were no less extraordinary and revealing.

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Clutch - Live At The 9:30

Following hot on the heels of their ‘Strange Cousins From The West’ release from last year, cult hard/stoner rock underground Maryland based legends Clutch are back with something new – this time a double DVD release entitled ‘Live At The 9:30’.

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The Veronicas - Revenge Is Sweeter

The twin sisters have released this combined DVD/CD package from their “Revenge Is Sweeter” tour of early 2009. The concert footage is taken from their performance at St.Kilda's Palais Theatre.

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Shania Twain - Shania: Still the One - Live From Vegas

Shania: Still The One is the concert film from the 2014 residency by Canadian singer-songwriter Shania Twain, live at The Colosseum at Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas. Glamorous costumes, a 13-piece live band, backing singers and dancers are combined with stunning visuals and live horses to create the ultimate Shania Twain show!

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ZZ Top - Live At Montreux 2013

With an unchanged line-up stretching back to 1969 and global album sales in excess of 50 million, ZZ Top continue to delight fans around the world with brilliant live concerts and great music. The band has made a number of visits to Montreux over the years and this concert from the 2013 Festival is undoubtedly one of their finest live performances.

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The Doobie Brothers - Let the Music Play

There was a lot of heart and soul to the band, with many songs seizing on the right groove and guitar work. Much of their music is still being played now, which goes to the strength of the music they made.

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The Doors - Feast Of Friends

Fans of The Doors will savour the news about a never-before-released documentary film produced by the band. Titled Feast of Friends, the intimate and rare look at the explosive rock band is, after 45 years, finally being released. Shelved due to lead singer Jim Morrison’s legal issues, the uncompleted film was only ever seen at a few film festivals and was never completed.

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The Who - Live at Shea Stadium 1982

Shock Entertainment has released “Live At Shea Stadium 1982” by The Who on DVD. The set list on this amazing show features both classic tracks and rarely performed songs…

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Darren Hayes - Too Close For Comfort

The focus comes to realisation during his solo world tour in 2002-03, where Darren Hayes is struggling personally and professionally. He is at the crossroads in his musical career.

However, he reveals an honesty that is a breath of fresh air. Above all, he is making music that he wants to make.

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Birds Of Tokyo - The Broken Strings Tour

The decision to release an all acoustic/strings based live album over a full-blown rock concert could be seen as a bit of a gamble for Birds Of Tokyo. After all, fans will be more familiar with the band’s heavy rock persona rather than the softer and more emotive side. But when all is said and done, ‘The Broken Strings Tour’ is an absolute must have for fans.

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Sheryl Crow - The Very Best Of

With her versatility and sheer talent, this DVD is definitely one of the best “greatest hits” video collections you’d want.

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The Flaming Lips - The Fearless Freaks

Much material has gone into the compiltion of this special DVD. Videos of early live shows and hundreds of hours of footage by director Brad Beesley ensures the viewer gets a proper insight into the characters of The Flaming Lips.

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Hilltop Hoods - The Calling Live

The DVD comprises lots of worthy content, gained right through the band’s career (over 10 years) and is an admirable and insightful momento of what has happened to date.

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Stuart Sutcliffe: The Lost Beatle

Dying at just 21 years of age from a mysterious brain condition, Sutcliffe's short life has often been shrouded in mystery.

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The Rise And Fall Of The Clash

This is not a film that pulls any punches, but neither does it overlook the life-changing effect that The Clash brought to so many. Over 90 minutes it paints the fascinating inside story of rival, treachery and betrayal, and the internal band dynamics and managerial interference that ultimately led The Clash to self-destruct.

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The Whitlams: The Whitlams Years 1992-2004

The whole story of The Whitlams is told on this DVD package, The Whitlams Years 1992 - 2004. It is a detailed document of the band's life, an exhaustive 2-DVD package, packed with documentary and concert footage.

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King’s X - Live Love In London (Deluxe Edition)

Overall, ‘Live Love In London’ is a solid release, and one that King’s X fans will be pleased with, given it’s something they’ve been pleading the band to do for some time. The problem is that while it’s cool, I was kind of hoping for something just a little more visually exciting,…

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Bling: A Planet Rock

The film also takes a step back from the war zone to discuss the cultural significance that bling plays in today’s hip-hop from the eighties old school culture to today’s age where diamond encrusted teeth has become the norm.

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5 Seconds Of Summer - So Perfect

This documentary follows the four Australian teenagers who make up the band- Luke, Michael, Calum and Ashton, and their rapid progression from Sydney suburban band to international sell-out stadium rockers.

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Hell Yeah!!! The Awesome Foursome: Live In Montreal’

…the main concert feature on ‘Hell Yeah!!! The Awesome Foursome: Live In Montreal’ is a definite must for diehard fans, and a testament to Gamma Ray’s rightful place as one of today’s biggest power metal band’s on the scene.

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Henry Rollins - Provoked: Live from Melbourne

This is straight up real talk with a guy that just happens to be entertaining. He is like that dude you want to hang out with at the back of the bar and listen to stories and tangents that some times may not make sense, but it just so great to listen to.

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The Rolling Stones - Sweet Summer Sun: Hyde Park Live

The Rolling Stones historic and triumphant return to Hyde Park was without doubt the event of the summer. Over 100,000 delirious fans of all ages packed into the park for two spectacular outdoor concerts to watch Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood do what they do best.

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Crowded House: Farewell To The World

This is the DVD recording of Crowded House’s final concert – the show on the steps of the Sydney Opera House in November 1996. There were approximately 120,000 people in attendance and the finale was as fitting as anyone could imagine.

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Doobie Brothers: Live At Wolf Trap

Filmed in high definition on 25 July 2004 at Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts in Virginia, “Live At Wolf Trap” captures The Doobie Brothers in fine form, on a set that mixes classic hits with some rarely performed tracks from across their extensive catalogue.

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Cypress Hill - Still Smokin’

When it comes right down to it, Cypress Hill is a testosterone-soaked band designed for male suburban teenagers, pumping them up with endless tales of macho gang violence far removed from their own experience of life.

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Various Artists - A Decade Of Australian Hits - 90s

…‘A Decade Of Classic Australian Hits: 90's’ is an interesting look back at “some” of the music popular during this decade. Sure, a lot of it is dated and the fashion is laughable now but we were all there in one capacity or another.

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Bryan Ferry - Live In Lyon (Deluxe Edition)

Bryan Ferry’s spectacular ‘Live in Lyon’ DVD has finally been released. Filmed during the universally acclaimed Olympia Tour in 2011 at the ancient Roman amphitheatre in Lyon, France, the show features many of Ferry’s classics performed with his impressive 14 piece band…

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Bon Jovi - Live At Madison Square Garden

Regardless of whether you consider Bon Jovi cool or not, you have to give them credit for putting on a show. Over the course of the two hour plus show (where the band perform an impressive twenty-one tracks), Bon Jovi put everything into their performance, and it shows throughout.

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Heavy Metal In Baghdad

‘Heavy Metal In Baghdad’ provides a fascinating insight in what life is like in the Middle East, and a solemn reminder of just how lucky musicians in the west are with the freedom we generally take for granted.

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Bruce Springsteen: VH1 Storytellers

Bruce Springsteen fans will adore this package. It is an intimate look at the artist’s songwriting mechanism. It runs for ninety minutes and it showcases the Boss’s craft well.

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Chris Isaak Christmas

His long-held aim to do a Christmas album has come to fruition and the Soundstage series releases this experience on DVD.

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The Boy From Oz special edition - The Life & Times of Peter Allen

This DVD contains all the appropriate footage of the thirty years in his life. There are interviews with family and friends…

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Sympathy For The Devil

Anything by the Rolling Stones is certainly worth viewing on its own and captures something magical about the period. Fans of the band will undoubtedly love the sections of them recording, but will could be a little put off by Godard’s obscure political inserts.

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Morricone conducts Morricone

Italian great Ennio Morricone has been the master film and television score composer. Over many years his music has been cherished and highly respected.

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Chartbusting 80s - Volume 2

Hosted by Josie Parelli, the DVD takes a trip back to a memorable decade with this collection of 80’s music video clips.

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Lamb Of God - Killadelphia

Focusing primarily on the DVD side of things (as the CD is essentially an audio version of the show), ‘Killadelphia’ is nothing short of killer from start to finish.

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Shirley Bassey: A Special Lady

In this one hour special made in 1980 she is at her brilliant and charismatic best, singing some of her most popular hits,…

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On Tour With J.J.Cale - To Tulsa And Back

For the first time, Cale has agreed to have a film made about his music, his life and career. The documentary follows him and his band through six American states on his 2005 “To Tulsa and Back Tour”. The result was something more than a look at the talent and times of an ageing musician.

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Celtic Woman - A New Journey: Live at Slane Castle, Ireland

The voices are truly angelic as they perform their way through a selection ranging from pop and new age to Irish Folk songs and classics.

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Soundstage - Chris Isaak

The “Soundstage” DVD concert is a must-have item for fans of the popular crooner and rocker. His suave manner and easy style is well presented in this show from 2003, covering his many musical highlights.

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Countdown Spectacular

With a terrific line-up of Australian hitmakers of the late 70s and early 80s, producers managed to pack thirteen years of Countdown history into an amazing three-and-a-half hour live show.

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The White Stripes - Under Blackpool Lights

The whole concert sees them rattle through the 26 tracks, including all the hits and live favourites like Dolly Parton’s Jolene, in just over 70 minutes. It’s simply effective as showcasing them as an act that is reaching the height of their craft

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The 60s Rock Experience Live

This is a celebration of the music that defined the psychedelic 1960s: featuring such monumental names in music such as Eric Burdon of the Animals, The Doors, Jimi Hendrix, The Moody Blues, John Kay of Steppenwolf, Roger McGuinn of The Byrds, and many others…

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Cold Chisel - "The Live Tapes Vol. 1: Hordern Pavilion. April 18, 2012"

Iconic Australian rock band, Cold Chisel have released a brand new live album on their label: “The Live Tapes Vol. 1: Live At The Hordern Pavilion”, recorded on April 18, 2012 at Sydney's legendary Hordern Pavilion. This special concert set features 21 live recordings including all the classic hits. This is the first new live Cold Chisel release in over ten years.

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Yes - Yes Acoustic: Guaranteed No Hiss

Finally getting a long overdue local release two years after its initial screening, ‘Yes Acoustic: Guaranteed No Hiss’ captures Yes’ intimate six track acoustic performance in its entirety, along with some previously unseen footage of the band rehearsing prior to the main event.

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John Fogerty - Comin' Down The Road: The Concert At Royal Albert Hall

John Fogerty performed a concert at London's Royal Albert Hall in June 2008. It has now been released on DVD.

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Max Sessions Vol.1

It's a great opportunity for music lovers to take a close look at several of the live songs played by artists such as Missy Higgins, The Finn Brothers, Paul Kelly, The Cat Empire, and Alex Lloyd.

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Katy Perry - Part Of Me

Most interesting, perhaps, is the raw footage of Perry’s pre fame days – the musician before she was well-known, behind the make-up and rainbow hued wigs.

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Soundstage presents: Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers Live In Concert

Performing timeless hits both old and new in addition to unreleased and rarely heard songs, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers prove themselves to be a terrific band on the live stage. Accordingly, they continue to earn critical praise and adoration of their fans for their straight-ahead rock ‘n’ roll…

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Blondie Live! The Farewell Concert 1982

They were at the forefront of a punk rock explosion in the late 1970s, alongside the battle for supremacy over the strong disco era. Blondie was one of the first that we, in Australia, embraced as a rebellion to the disco scene. They had a charismatic front woman in Debbie Harry.

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ZZ Top - Live In Germany 1980

“Live In Germany” was filmed at the Grugahalle in Essen, Germany for the Rockpalast TV series.

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Ringo Starr & His All-Starr Band - Tour 2003

Ringo and his all-star band has been a fixture on the European and USA circuit every few years during the past twenty years. This DVD marks his 2003 line-up and tour.

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Los Lobos - Live at the Fillmore - July 29-30, 2004

The acclaimed Los Angeles band has produced this DVD beautifully. It was compiled at the time of their 30th anniversary tour, and proves to be a celebration of their long and enjoyable career to date.

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Various Artists - A Decade Of Australian Hits - 80s

This DVD features some of the greatest Australian video clips of the 80’s.

The 80s still provide much influence for today’s artists.

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Wave Aid - The Tsunami Relief Concert

Waveaid - The DVD" is a terrific souvenir of a significant event for people who experienced the occasion in Sydney.

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Peter Frampton: Live In Detroit

Filmed in high definition on 17 July 1999 at Pine Knob Amphitheatre in Detroit, Michigan, “Live In Detroit” captures a classic Peter Frampton performance that has become well established as a fan favourite.

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Every Time I Die - S**t Happens

Even if you only have a passing interest in Every Time I Die, ‘S**t Happens’ is worthy of a look in, if only for the genuinely laugh out loud moments rather than the music itself.

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Nightmoves

Television show Nightmoves was a late-night music show on Channel Seven. It ran from 1977 to 1984 and was hosted by Lee Simon, one of Melbourne's iconic radio announcers.

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Richard Marx Live: A Night Out With Friends

The concert was a live U.S. TV special recorded in Richard Marx's hometown of Chicago in 2011, and encompasses the ‘storytelling’ vibe with Richard revealing the stories behind many of the songs, which are selected from his whole career, including some tracks written for other artists.

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The Slim Dusty Movie

Slim seemed to be the embodiment of all things uniquely Australian, the “have a go” attitude, the rough and tender sensibility and a determined pioneer spirit, willing to do what it takes to play his music to as many people as possible.

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The Andrew Durant Memorial Concert / Stars Live At Bombay Rock

Andrew Durant was one of Australia’s most talented songwriters and member of 1970s Melbourne band Stars. Sadly, he died of cancer in May 1980 at age 25. In a wonderful tribute, Australia’s best rock musicians performed all his compositions in a recorded concert at Melbourne’s Palais Theatre.

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Rush in Rio

Recorded before a 40,000-strong football stadium audience, this high-quality package displays the progressive Canadian power trio RUSH expertly running through a wide selection of tunes from their long history.

If you are a progressive rock fan or simply a Rush fan, it is worthwhile checking out this DVD. It's one of the best valued packages you'll see all year.

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Cabin Fever

‘Cabin Fever’ in no way replaces either ‘Before The Frost…’ or ‘…Until The Freeze’. But what it does do is compliment the albums with its insight into the atmosphere surrounding them, and their eventual recordings. And it is that valuable insight that makes ‘Cabin Fever’ a must for fans of either of The Black Crowes’ last couple of releases.

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Moby - Go, The Very Best Of

The DVD also runs in chronological order, so you get the feeling you are watching Moby as an artist grow before your eyes. Most surprising was the track ‘That’s When I Reach For My Revolver’, which showed Moby in a very different light, a grunge rocker in a grunge rock band.

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Joy Division

Documentary featuring Bernard Sumner, Peter Hook and Stephen Morris (members of Joy Division), Tony Wilson, Annik Honoré, and others

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Mojo Working: The Making Of Modern Music

This comes from a 90s Channel Four series that traced the days of 50s and 60s legends, such as John Lennon, Chuck Berry, James Brown, Little Richard, The Doors, Jimi Hendrix, and Rolling Stones.

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Steve Miller Band: Live From Chicago (2-DVD set + CD)

Steve Miller has been another of the enduring performers from the past forty years. The Steve Miller Band has sold more than 25 million copies of 21 albums. This is the band's first live performance DVD release.

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Control

In Control, a stark and poetic biopic of the late Ian Curtis, lead singer of post punk legends Joy Division, the gangly front man remarks to a Belgian journalist that his music is not meant to be always beautiful.

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Eskimo Joe

A hiccup or two in the early 2000s had their career on hold but the band has bounced back superbly in the last two years. It now culminates in the DVD, which contains a feature length documentary, many video clips, and television appearances.

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Paradise Lost - The Anatomy Of Melancholy

After an amazing album (‘In Requiem’), Paradise Lost has once again come up with something truly special with ‘The Anatomy Of Melancholy’. This is an absolute must for Paradise Lost fans both old and new.

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Hanson - Underneath Acoustic

This DVD harks back to August 2003 when Hanson embarked on their Underneath Acoustic tour, bringing the music from their latest album, “Underneath”, up close and personal.

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Pink Floyd London 1966-1967

Pink Floyd 1966-1967 is an interesting look into the early career of one of rock's biggest bands.

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System Of A Down - Screamers

The title of director Carla Garapedian's documentary, “Screamers,” refers to a resolute determination to bring genocide to light. The film follows Armenian American alt-metal band System of a Down and others as they educate people about the 1915-18 Armenian killings in Turkey, in which an estimated 1.2 million people died.

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Notorious B.I.G. - Business Instead Of The Game

With a feature length film on the same subject scheduled for US release early next year, what better way to incite some gangster vibes with Marc Ware’s documentary version of the life and tribulations of Chris Wallace aka. The Notorious B.I.G.

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TISM - White Albun

Melbourne’s favourite wankers TISM has emerged once again from their day-job hibernation, scratched themselves, pulled on their latest outfits, and thrown themselves into yet another hectic schedule of touring and publicity. This time around, instead of just a new album and tour, they have produced a set of two DVDs as well as a ‘White Albun’ of new music.

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AC/DC - Family Jewels

This is what AC/DC fans all over the world have wanted - the definitive visual history of AC/DC on ‘Family Jewels’, a 2-disc DVD, which showcases the two distinct periods of their career.

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John Farnham & Tom Jones - Together in Concert

This album showcases the rare combination that has drawn immense concert popularity over a long period of time.

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Rainbow - Live In Munich '77

This is the only film that captured the line-up of Ritchie Blackmore (guitar), Ronnie James Dio (vocals), and Cozy Powell (drums).

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Tommy Emmanuel - Live at Her Majesty's, Ballarat

Tommy Emmanuel fans will love this DVD as will anyone with a love for the blues, country and folk music.

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Yes - Fragile

One could say that the “Fragile” album by Yes was one of the hottest albums in the cycle known as Progressive rock of the 1970s. This DVD-Audio is a welcome reminder of their spirited musical talent in which they blended as a cohesive unit.

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The Clash - Rude Boy/Punk In London - 2DVD set

The Clash was a real band with an articulate front man in Joe Strummer, leaving The Clash locked in their time zone as the key band of the era.

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Parkway Drive - The DVD

Australia has exported plenty of successful musical acts over the years, but one of the more surprising success stories to emerge from the hardcore scene is Byron Bay act Parkway Drive.

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Rage Gets Animated

ABC Video has extracted archives from its Rage TV programme to form a DVD comprising 38 of its notable clips.

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Game Recognise Game

The Game emerges as a relatively positive person who is interested in charity and growing through life's hardships.

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Abba The Movie

Overflowing with hits and music magic, ‘ABBA - The Movie’ is a great film for die-hard fans, and those wondering what all the fuss was about. Directed by Lasse Halstrom, best known for films such as ‘What’s Eating Gilbert Grape’ and ‘The Cider House Rules’, the film provides a real-life glimpse into the world mania that was ABBA.

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Rockwiz Salutes The Bowl

The Bowl has seen some tremendous performances over the years, including Wings, The Seekers, Neil Diamond, Billy Thorpe & the Aztecs, Daddy Cool and ABBA.

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The Complete GANGgajang

The DVD not only includes all 17 of GANGgajang’s video clips, but also background information and interviews with the band giving viewers insights into the stories behind the clips. The clips section delivers GANGgajang’s catchy Australian tunes, while providing an amusing look back at the fashions and hairstyles of the mid 1980’s and 1990s.

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Hilary Duff - Learning To Fly - creating the video and the concert

The main features of the DVD are the behind the scenes of her concert and her wardrobe when these features should really be bonus features.
The DVD should show her Most Wanted Tour and a whole concert.

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Inheaven - Sweet Dreams Baby

‘Sweet Dreams Baby’ echoes a succession of timeless American influences – from the insistent percussion of the great 60s girl groups to Springsteen’s yearning.

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Kitty, Daisy & Lewis - Superscope

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