D-tour was a great insight to tenacious d's undeniably clever and spontaneous approach to music during release of the Pick of Destiny. Gass and Black are able to bring out the laughs as well as show the hardships the D must face in order to survive and progress as a unit.
the documentary captures some rare moments between the band, their friends, family and fans that are fun to watch, and proves the duo is more than rock seeking prodigies, but normal people with feelings too! It was interesting to see how the media profiles the band with Black as the front man, and nearly 'black'ing out Gass completely. But what makes tenacious D so fun to listen to is the comedy in their music, the improvisation, and the lack of self-absorbing messages. the moment somebody replaces that atmosphere with anything else, the magic is gone.
the audience at the the world premier during Cinequest couldn't have responded better.
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