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Radiohead: 7 Television Commercials (1998)

Video  -  Short | Music  -  30 June 1998 (USA)
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No extras, but you get great clips
18 August 2004 | by (the Mad Hatter's tea party.) – See all my reviews

Being a fan of theirs I decided to purchase Radioheads 7 television commercials DVD and the video clips on it didn't disappoint.

With clips ranging from the artistic feel of Street spirit, the superb animated clip for Paranoid android, the bizarre circumstance surrounding the Just clip (my favourite) and the clip of Thom Yorke's head submerged in water in No Surprises. The other three clips included are karma Police, High and dry and Fake plastic trees. The 7 clips on the DVD run for just over half an hour.

Though it would've been great if there were extras like interviews about each clip, but otherwise you still get 7 outstanding video clips from their most influential albums, The Bends and OK computer.

I would've given it a 5 if there was extras added on, but it's a must for fans of the band, though others may be disappointed with the bare bones on the DVD.

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