The Kids Are Alright [DVD] Review

artist: The Who date: 07/01/2006 category: compact discs
The Who: The Kids Are Alright [DVD]
Release Date: September 30, 2003
It is great on several levels: the original film was one of the best collections of live performances in the history of rock, the reissue has dramatically improved the look and sound of the film, and the Special Edition extra disc includes some truly wonderful features.
 Sound: 10
 Content: 9
 Production Quality: 9
 Overall Impression: 9
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overall: 9.3
The Kids Are Alright [DVD] Reviewed by: Matt Montoya, on july 01, 2006
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Sound: The Who's music, is the type of music is sometimes soft and meaningful, other times it can make people so amped, and makes them want to shout "Yeah!" at the top of their lungs. This DVD shows the Who at their best. The DVD is electrifying and awesome, even though there are a few missing classics. All the members show the best of their abilities, with the vocals of Roger Daltry, the laws of physics-defying drum playing of Keith Moon, with some humorous moments also, the amazing speed of John Entwistle's Bass playing, and the pure genius of Pete Townshend's songwriting (he wrote almost every song by himself on this DVD). // 10

Overall Impression: This is the best DVD I have seen from The Who, and like most DVD's, it has its cons, but I don't regret buying it at all. All songs are done with the Who showing no laziness. It makes people laugh, and gets people so amped. The music took alot of skill to make, and The Who are probably the best band to see in live video, so I highly recommend this DVD. // 9

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