Directed by John Lloyd, James Yukich. With Chris Barrie, Phil Collins. The music video to the Genesis top 5 hit, Land Of Confusion. Featuring Spitting Images. Das Ende der DVD beinhaltet 3 Videos aus der Ray Wilson Ära (der meiner Meinung nach prima zu Genesis paßte, aber leider.) und das Video zum tollen. Begleitet wird "Genesis" von einem schwarz-weißen Performance-Video, das unter der Leitung von Regisseur Sebastian Kökow und.
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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Verified Purchase. The title of "The Video Show" is putting it mildly. Genesis has always been a top quality band that worked for the sound quality and most inventive videos to match their music.
This is a collection of 32 Genesis big hits. Don't bother with any other Genesis video collection. This is the only one you need.
Every Genesis hit is here, remastered and remixed with a phenomenal 5. The videos are stunningly clear and vivid. No grain or video noise. But the soundtrack is the big star of this collection.
Each audio track has obviously been remixed from original multi track masters that were remastered. The audio is offered in Dolby Digital 5.
Of course I always prefer the DTS 5. Every video takes big advantage of the 5. Very noticeable 5 channel separation with superb frequency response and dynamic range.
This collection will impress even the picky Audiophile. At the start of each video is a single frame with the title of the next video.
If you click ENTER on your remote while the frame is up, it takes you to a page that shows the details of the title such as writers, producer, director, singer All 32 videos are the originals as seen on MTV and VH1 back in the stone age when they still played music videos.
Back when Phil Collins was a fresh new voice on the charts. There are a couple of videos near the end after Phil Collins left the band to go solo.
He looks young. If you are a Genesis fan, this is the only collection you need. If you are not a fan, these videos will make you one.
Worth every dollar. These great Genesis songs have never sounded better than on the surround sound setting of this DVD. They did a fantastic job of remastering these songs and making them sound great.
This treatment makes other music video DVDs I own sound tinny by comparison. So 5 stars for the most important aspect of a music video collection -- the sound quality.
While this DVD is absolutely worth owning for any Genesis fan, there are some flaws: -The video quality does not match the sound quality.
Many of the videos appear fuzzy and grainy. They could have done a better job of cleaning up and restoring them. I've never owned a DVD where these functions were disabled.
Surely they could have found some vintage concert footage or something to include, because Genesis had some of its most creative, if less well-known and more offbeat, work before Collins took over singing duties.
The post-Collins videos appeared high-budget, but somehow the grungy and lyrically lame "Congo" doesn't sound like Genesis to me.
I would have gladly traded that for something from their 70s work. Genesis - The Video Show is a fine package indeed. The "real" videos big budget, storyboard, name director etc.
They include everything released by the band during the MTV era, including the memorable Spitting Image inspired puppet video for Land of Confusion, which, on reflection, is every bit as entertaining, but quite a bit more politically charged, than I remembered as an eighteen year old back in ' There are other highlights too, like the inclusion of the mimed performance of Paperlate on the British TV show Top of the Pops, and the '99 reunion with Peter Gabriel on a new rendition of The Carpet Crawlers.
Before the arrival of MTV, and the aforementioned "real" music videos, bands would often film promos on stage, simulating a live in-concert performance, and sometimes cut other imagery and scenes in with it.
And these are what make this DVD so special - and so tantalizing! In watching the band on-stage, with all the correct instruments, stage set, lights and so on, playing such fabulous music as Ripples, Follow You Follow Me, and Turn It On Again, it only takes a small step in the mind to imagine watching real concert footage from the period - which, after all, is the stuff most visibly absent from the Genesis catalog, and that which most life-long Genesis fans would love to see released more than anything else.
Oh, well. Until the band release a live video retrospective, along the lines of the fantastic Genesis Archive CD box sets of a few years back, Genesis - The Video Show, will suffice.
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The good: Worth it for Paperlate alone, but all the songs are decent, even the ones from 'Calling All Stations'. The 'meh': Too many of the videos show Genesis capering around like they want to be The Three Stooges without the stagecraft but you can just kind of listen to the music in these and focus on that rather than the Benny Hill antics.
The overall: Phil Collins is a genius. I say this without irony or jokes. I'd gladly buy this on Blu-ray if it ever gets released on that format.
Report abuse. The Video Show is perfect in that it is a completely comprehensive collection of every music video Genesis, in all its guises, ever released.
There's very little point complaining about the lack of Gabriel. They never made music videos with him. Also, complaining that there is "too much new stuff" is just weird.
You're upset because they gave you too much for your money? I'm not gonna describe every video so I'll just make a few points about the DVD as a whole.
The picture and sound quality is great so each video can be enjoyed exactly as Genesis originaly intended complete with cringeworthy acting and special-effects in "a trick of the tail".
I'm not sure why but the songs are all arranged in reverse chronological order apart from the "Calling All Stations" stuff which comes at the end.
All of the videos yes even Calling All Stations era are well worth watching for the sheer entertainment and history behind each one.
Well, his voice does. The very last video is "Carpet Crawlers ". Rerecorded by the band in with all sortsa modern sounding stuff.
Anyhow, it's a brilliant reworking of the song with a very moving video with little snapshots of old Geneses performances projected onto naked people.
What's not to enjoy? Easy to stick on in the background and you can even create a playlist of the videos you want to watch. I personally have spent many hours watching this dvd.
It really is worth owning for fans of any era. I also think it's very good value for money. You cannot quibble at all about the price for this product.
In fact to attach any criticism to it at all is a difficult task. However it's a matter of personal choice with any "best of" and the bone of contention is always gonna be the track list.
Genesis simply published some GV70 photos back in October without any context, then left us wondering about specifics until yesterday when a proper reveal finally took place.
Fortunately, all indications suggest it was worth the wait and frustration. Our debut post spells out the details, but with coronavirus still ravaging the US and the world, traveling to South Korea for a close look isn't in the realm of possibilities for most news outlets.
Asian Petrolhead was fortunate enough to get a lengthy in-person visit with the new GV70 though, and the video above gives us a very detailed view of the smallish SUV from pretty much every angle.
From the twin-strip lights front and rear, to the crest grille and curvaceous backing with sloping side glass, the GV70 is distinctive no matter where you look.
It will stand out in a crowd, and considering just how crowded the compact SUV segment is these days, standing out is a good thing. The flowing exterior lines of the GV70, combined with a handsomely luxurious interior and a planned sport model could make it a very good thing when it eventually reaches US shores late next year as a model.
Despite being a compact SUV with a dramatically sloping roof, the video demonstrates an impressive amount of space for back seat passengers.
Driving the GV70 could be a treat as well, as the rear-wheel-drive-based chassis is new and will offer optional all-wheel-drive.
In top trim, a twin-turbocharged 3. In short, we can't wait to get behind the GV70's steering wheel.
The GV70 will be the entry-level SUV for Genesis, and it could well be the most important vehicle in the young automaker's portfolio.
It launches soon for the South Korean market, but should be stateside for the second half of