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Beastie Boys - Video Anthology (2000) [The Criterion Collection #100] 2xDVD9 | NTSC | 4:3 (720x480) VBR | AC3 5.1 448 Kbps or AC3 2.0 192 Kbps Label: Criterion/Capitol | Time: 01:04:52 | ~ 15 Gb Old-School Hip Hop, Alternative Rap, Hardcore Punk, Alternative Rock
Beastie Boys fans should prepare for a feast with this two-DVD collection from the Criterion collection (Capitol Records had planned a regular collection, but seem to have abandoned it along the way.) The collection is not by any means completely comprehensive (there are 18 videos included), but it does manage to be exhaustive in terms of what it does cover (and offer.) Each disc includes nine videos, with each group presented twice - the first is a sequential presentation that offers a choice of Dolby 2.0, Dolby 5.1, band commentary track, or directors commentary track. While the Beastie Boys tracks are more or less continuous, with pauses, the directors' commentary tracks are built up from sessions with various directors, including some conducted by telephone by Criterion producer Ralph Spaulding (these have a tendency to wander off in oddball directions; it's surprising how willing people are to give bizarre answers to freaky questions). The directors tend to be more to the point than the band, who keep running out of things to talk about in regard to the video. The second presentation sets up the access track by track. This allows for the incorporation of a great deal of supplementary material, from basic data on each shoot to photographs (a goldmine for fans of Spike Jonze, who is nigh-unto obsessive about photo-documenting whatever he works on) to video proposals, designs, and background materials. What fans will want to get at, however, is the impressive number of remixes that the set sports - more than 40 remixes are included as alternate audio tracks. Many of the tracks also include alternate video angles - usually consisting of assemblies of footage from stages prior to the editing process. An excellent set, certainly good for the hardcore element of Beasties fandom and a treat for serious video geeks. Working through this set, be warned, is an effort that will consume hour after hour. Review by Steven McDonald, Allmusic.com
DVD Content: Eighteen videos: "Intergalactic," "Shake Your Rump," "Gratitude," "Something's Got to Give," "Sure Shot," "Hey Ladies," "Looking Down the Barrel of a Gun," "Body Movin'," "So What'Cha Want," "Sabotage," "Shadrach," "Three MCs and One DJ," "Ricky's Theme," "Pass the Mic," "Holy Snappers," "Root Down," "Netty's Girl," and "Alive." Over 100 video angles and audio tracks switchable at any time during playback. More than forty remixes by Beastie Boys, Bentley Rhythm Ace, Fred C., Mario Caldato, Joey Chavez, Colleone & Webb, Count Bass D, DJ Cheapshot, Dj J-Rocc & Dj Truly OdD, DJ Moe Love, DJ Strictnine and Paranorm, Dub Hackers, Egon & Jon Doe, Evidence, Fatboy Slim, Kut Masta Kurt, Large Professor, Latch Brothers, Madlib, Micky Finn & Special K, Moby, Mum's the word, Mike Nardone, DJPaul Nice, OD, Peanut Butter Wolf, Shawn J. Period & Wizdom Life, Prince Paul, Prisoners of Technology, Prunes, J Rawls, Sam Sever & Johnathan Hoffman, Soul Assassins, and T- Ray, including many new remixes created exclusively for this release. Audio commentary by the band and the video directors, including Adam Bernstein, Evan Bernard, Tamra Davis, Spike Jonze, Ari Marcropoulos, and David Perez. The world-premiere director's cut of Nathanial Hornblower's "Intergalactic" spin-off "The Robot vs. the Octopus Monster Saga." Interview with the cast of "Sabotage" Still photographs Storyboards New 5.1 surround-sound mixes A cappella versions Optional English subtitles Tracklist: Disc 1: Intergalactic Shake Your Rump Gratitude Something's Got to Give Sure Shot Hey Ladies Looking Down the Barrel of a Gun Body Movin' So What'cha Want Disc 2: Sabotage Shadrach Three MCs and One DJ Ricky's Theme Pass the Mic Holy Snappers Root Down Netty's Girl Alive
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