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Corporate Ghost (2004)

A compilation of 24 music videos by Sonic Youth ranging from 1990 to 2002.
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Credited cast:
Pierre Bailly ...
Himself in 'Nevermind (What Was It Anyway)'
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Band Member in 'Disconnection Notice'
Bill Bartell ...
Himself in 'Cinderella's Big Score'
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Herself (archive footage)
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Himself in 'Kool Thing'
Chris Cohen ...
Himself in 'Cinderella's Big Score'
Joe Cole ...
Himself in 'My Friend Goo'
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Joan Crawford in 'Mildred Pierce'
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Herself in 'Little Trouble Girl'
Karen Disney ...
Scooter in 'Money Love'
Sally Edroso ...
Sally STP in 'Mildred Pierce'
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Dancer in 'Bull In The Heather'
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Skater in '100%'
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A compilation of 24 music videos by Sonic Youth ranging from 1990 to 2002.

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Almost perfect
8 August 2005 | by (Amsterdam, Holland) – See all my reviews

Since this is a compilation of songs starting at the Goo album,I won't be too harsh on the fact that Sonic Youth made a lot of great albums before that(EVOL and Daydream Nation rank amongst the greatest albums ever made)which aren't present on this DVD.

This DVD is a great add-on for any fan of the band as I am myself.The videos might be cheezy at times,but it's obviously all about the music which is brilliant.Highlights on this DVD are Mote which has a great video and Hoarfrost.It is a shame that some of the songs are edited like Sugar Kane,Sunday and most of all The Diamond Sea.Sugar Kane and Sunday are slightly shorter than their album originals which is directly noticed by any fan but the short version of the epic song Diamond Sea is a mayor let down.Where the songs clocks at 20 minutes on the album Washing Machine,on the DVD it only clocks at about 5 minutes which means that the entire noise explosion at the end of the song is taken away from us.

Despite that obvious negative point it still is a great disc which can be put on at any party as background or foreground music.And when you reach Diamond Sea just put on Washing Machine and play the original classic.

A definite must have for any SY fan!


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