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Polyradah, A Surround Pop Movie

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Philip Spinner

1K Club - QQ Shooting Star
Apr 8, 2007
Southwest Connecticut
I just picked this up recently and was surprised by the aggressive sound mix. It's basically a long form video shot mostly in black and white. The soundtrack is by a swedish group (I think) who go by the name of No Comment. Almost all of the vocals are by one of the female singers. I thought the music was pretty good and the rears are very active. The video itself was kinda dark and gloomy in tone. I will probably give this another listen next week with the video turned off so I can concentrate more on the music. The three audio options are DTS, DD and stereo. It's a PAL disc but it worked OK on my Denon unit.

Sonik Wiz

1K Club - QQ Shooting Star
QQ Supporter
May 30, 2005
Kansas City
Sample the band here:

I don't know if it's the same one but yes it's dark & gloomy. But after it revs up I really like the music.