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Erasure: The Tank, the Swan, and the Balloon - Live! (1992)

Not Rated  |  Video  |   |  Documentary, Music  |  24 November 2004 (USA)
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Claire Frith ...
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Heavon Grant ...
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Joanna Handley ...
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great 90s pop concert coverage *possible spoilers*
9 September 2010 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

had to get this DVD imported but it was definitely worth the wait. if you're a fan of this 80s synth-pop duo who've been around for more than 25 years, than you'll want to get a copy of this. an excellent choreographed concert that is both light-hearted and entertaining to watch. while lead vocalist and showman andy bell is always the centre of the spotlight, vince his trusty side-kick is always there in the background, safely behind his many keyboards, guitars and other musical instruments. vince doesn't seem to mind a bit as andy prances, twirls and makes his way across the stage in his many out-landish and outrageous get-ups. it is clear that andy puts his hear and soul into each and every performance as if it was his last. he truly wants the audience to have a good time and be part of the fun that is an erasure concert. with the many costume changes there are also numerous stage changes. i liked the abba-esquire segment where vince comes away from his keyboards and joins in on the fun and he does a couple of dance moves for good measure. show stopper tunes like the anthem of a little respect get the crowd up in a frenzy. a great DVD for any fan of this iconic and pioneering duo.


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