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Along with getting 12 incredibly varied, creatively brilliant and often hilarious music videos, there is at least one commentary track for each by members of the band or directors. These offer great background information not only about the videos, but simply about the band history, inside jokes, etc.
Personally, I hate buying a "special edition" DVD these days and getting 3 outtakes and a 6 picture image gallery. Superchunk has really gone all out here I mean, what's better than getting 4 different band members' perspectives about ONE video? So anyway, along with these 12 videos, there are 4 "bonus videos" with the only difference being they seem a bit "less professional" in their production and don't offer the commentary tracks.
Even if you're not a huge Superchunk fan or don't even know who Superchunk is , you'd probably enjoy all these videos simply for their artisticness and creativeness. As other reviews said, this really is a great place to start if you're just getting into the band.
Now, as I said, had it only been for these music videos, I would have been fully satisfied with this DVD. This is the whole "indie quality" behind Superchunk and Merge. If you're unfamiliar with the band and the label, you should know that Mac guitar, vocals and Laura bass founded Merge in and have kept running it since then.
They have turned down major record labels over and over again so they can keep doing what "[they] want to do. The videos and production was not made by million-dollar budets, it was made by passionate, creative band members--and it shows. Though it has the "indie" feel that is so charming about the band, the quality far surpasses ANY music DVD collection I've ever bought--for any price, from any label.
Even our faithful crew abandoned us into the stagediving frenzy of the throbbing throng of punters that packed ULU that night. The performance is followed by an embarrassing pre-show interview in which we try not to bare our souls. English beer, plenty of sweat and all the hits - what more could you ask for?MRG – Superchunk – Crowding Up Your Visual Field – DVD – January 20, MRG – Various Artists – Survive and Advance, Vol. 3 – CD – July 29, MRG – Matt Elliott – The Mess We Made – CD – May 6,