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Supertramp - The Story So Far... CD (album) cover




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2.58 | 21 ratings

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2 stars This DVD begins with a quite interesting and thorough band documentary, from sources as diverse as talk shows, formal interviews, and what seems to be casual band discussions. The live footage, however, was quite disappointing for me. With very little footage of drummer Bob Siebenberg, and virtually no footage of Doug Thompson on bass, I wasn't too glad to only see the vocalists for the majority of the concerts. The shows themselves are quite good, with only minor sloppy playing, and decent sound quality (though drums are way too low in the mix!). The production is good, and the videos in the bonus features are alright as well. The thing about this DVD is that only huge Supertramp fans will be really eager to get this, and hearing about a band's history is only interesting for huge fans of that band. Overall, I wouldn't suggest running out to get this one. A biography equally as good is available for your reading pleasure for free on this wonderful internet, and as I said, the live footage isn't exactly noteworthy.
Shakespeare | 2/5 |


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