Level 42: The Collection Review

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by Phil Hinton Jul 1, 2003 at 12:00 AM

    Back in the day, when style meant black ash coffee tables, grey wall units, leg warmers and dancing in unison at the disco, along came a band who “Funked” things up. Fronted by one of the most recognised bassists of the 1980's, Mark King, Level 42 hit the music scene running with the release of their debut single “Love meaning Love”, which shot into the UK charts. Hit after hit followed and the rest of the decade which saw Level 42 achieve unbelievable worldwide success. This DVD compilation includes 16 music videos, 31 minutes of special features and a bonus CD of all the tracks.
    Although a little dated these days, this DVD will be a must for fans of the band with classics such as “Lessons in Love”, “Running In The Family”, Something About You”, “The Chinese Way” and many others presented in Dolby 5.1 surround

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