Bryan Adams: Live at the Budokan Movie Review

by Phil Hinton
Movies & TV Review
Bryan Adams: Live at the Budokan Movie Review

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For more than two decades Bryan Adams has enjoyed worldwide success as an artist who can rock a venue, and this DVD gives us the chance to see his 2000 tour performance at Japans Budokan in Tokyo. For a rock concert the event has a very personalised feel to it, with no over the top lighting or video screens and only the three band members on stage wearing white. Theres no doubt that this gives the concert that intimate feel as Bryan thumps out his impressive list of Hit singles which includes, Run To You, Everything I do and Can't stop this thing we started, among many others. It's a first class performance from Adams with a little karaoke thrown in for good measure; well it is Japan after all.

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