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Deep Purple - Perfect Strangers Live DVD
Review by G. W. Hill

I can still remember when the Perfect Strangers album was released.


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Devo - The Complete Truth About De-evolution DVD
Review by G. W. Hill

This DVD is a transfer from an old video disc release.


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Devo - The Men Who Make the Music DVD
Review by G. W. Hill

If you are going to reissue an old out of print video, it always makes good sense to add some new content, too. 


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D.O.A. - To Hell N Back DVD
Review by G. W. Hill
First off, this includes the band’s latest CD We Come in Peace as a bonus disc.
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Dr. Feelgood - Oil City Confidential DVD
Review by G. W. Hill

I have to admit, I never heard of this band before.


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Doobie Brothers - Live at Wolf Trap DVD
Review by G. W. Hill

This is an awesome live video.


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The Doors - Live in Europe 1968 DVD
Review by Gary Hill
Previously out of print and just reissued by Eagle Entertainment, this DVD is a study in contrasts. On the one hand, the performances here are magical, psychedelic Doors extravaganza.
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The Doors - R-Evolution BluRay
Review by G. W. Hill

This is an intriguing collection of Doors rarities.


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The Doors - Feast of Friends BluRay
Review by G. W. Hill

So, the idea behind this was that The Doors chose to make what they called “an imaginary” documentary that just sort of happened around them.


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Drivin' N Cryin' - Scarred But Smarter (Life N Times of Drivin’ N Cryin’) DVD
Review by G. W. Hill

You have to admire the passion and commitment involved here.


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