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Music DVD Poll In View - The Best Of REM 1988-2003

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neil wilkes

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Please post your thoughts, comments and observations.
If possible, discuss the Audio streams, quality of mix, quality of videos, as much info as possible for fellow members.
 
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Savageone79

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Great collection of songs and in DTS as well. Video quality is ok, but the surround mix is very good. It is the same one that is on the dvd-a.
 

BananaSlug

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Good sound, mix and picture (at least on my crappy tv). Unfortunately, I think REM's best work was pre-Document. I don't know if there were any videos from that period, but the early discs would be great on DVD-A.
 
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