Kerrang! The DVD Review

by Phil Hinton
Movies & TV Review

Kerrang!  The DVD Review
SRP: £19.99

Picture

The picture quality of each video promo varies throughout, from very detailed and sharp images, to soft and noisy in others. However this inconsistency should not detract from watching the various music videos.
Kerrang!  The Dvd

Sound

The entire DVD (with the exception of the extras) feature Dolby Digital 5.1 remixes for the video promos. This works very well with the majority of the featured tracks, with only the Bloodhound gang and Stereophonics suffering from bady mixed tracks. The Stereophonics track has problems with the LFE channel being far too boomy. Overall the Dolby Digital 5.1 soundtrack works extremely well with good separation and dynamics.
Kerrang!  The Dvd

Extras

The extras featured here are a photo gallery, and a 13minute behind the scenes look at the 2002 Awards ceremony. The Awards feature is worthy of at least one viewing and is rather funny in places, it also includes live performances from Garbage and Hundred Reasons.
Kerrang!  The Dvd
If you are a fan of the Kerrang! Music channel, then you will enjoy this package of 22 promos.

Scores

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6

Picture Quality

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5

Sound Quality

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7

Extras

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4

Overall

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7
7
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10

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