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Underworld Live: Everything, Everything (2000)

Techno fans will dig the power and energy in this compilation featuring nine of the innovative British trio's jam sessions captured in Japan, Holland, Belgium, England and Ireland during ... See full summary »
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Underworld ... Themselves
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Darren Emerson Darren Emerson ... Himself
Karl Hyde Karl Hyde ... Himself
Rick Smith Rick Smith ... Himself
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Techno fans will dig the power and energy in this compilation featuring nine of the innovative British trio's jam sessions captured in Japan, Holland, Belgium, England and Ireland during their 1998-'99 world tour. Crisp sound makes tracks such as "Push Upstairs" and "Pearls Girl" pulsate with perfection. Add vivid concert film melded with imaginative visuals, and this dynamic video can't be beat. Written by Ulf Kjell Gür

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A classic DVD
22 July 2005 | by basnendelsSee all my reviews

Even before I got a DVD-player I bought this DVD. A soon as I got my Home Cinema System I played it as loud as I could. This DVD has extra value for me because in most of the footage....... I was present. From 2000 till now I must have played it about 25 times or more. The 5.1 surround sound is just amazing. Play it on a Friday or Saturday night before you go out and you will have a hell of a time. For those who don't know who Underworld is but know the movie Trainspotting......... they made the killer soundtrack, Born Slippy, which starts as a train and just keeps going. When I play as a DJ and the facilities are there to put some stuff on a wall or big screen this DVD goes with me along with The Chemical Brothers, Orbital, Moby, Fatboy Slim and some other great performers.


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