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First off, let me just say I am a huge Overkill fan and have been for a long time. There last dvd was just awesome. Everything I wanted out of a dvd from them. But with this dvd, its almost a completely different story.
The "Live At Wacken Open Air 2007" dvd captured some pretty cool fotage. And being that it was an Overkill dvd, I had to buy it. Everything about it was pretty cool. The sound wasn't too bad, the camera angles weren't as annoying as some other dvd releases in the past have been. The energy, though not as apparent as the last dvd release from the "Batmen," was obviously apparent, and the crowd was pretty nice and loud.
So whats wrong with the dvd? The only thing that continues to bug me about this dvd is that there is almost nothing on it. You get a ten song setlist which lasts about the time of an opening band and then your done. No bonus material, no interviews, no extra songs, just a menu that lets you select individual songs to watch. Now, maybe if there were more on this dvd I would recommend you to buy it. But seeing as how it pretty much looks like an Overkill sample, I am not recommending it.
Now if you're a huge Overkill fan, then yeah, I would recommend you buy it. The set list isn't as blistering as they usually do, but seeing as they had a limited time frame, they did okay with what they got. And the lack of content won't really bother you if you love the band as much as I do. But for those of you out there who just want a bad ass capture of what Overkill are like live, definately consider buying the other one, "Wrecking Everything Live." This dvd will dissapoint.