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Caught on Tape - 87%

Necrobutcher, August 14th, 2003

I'll just do a dissection of the DVD --

The first show is the "bigger" show, filmed with 2000 people in the audience. The sound quality of the show in Tokyo sucks. It's not loud enough and you can only hear one guitar. Performance wise, it's alright, except Marco Aro's vocals often sound strained. The Tokyo show is the low point of the DVD.

The show in Sweden is a lot better. Better sound, better performance. The set is slighty switched around and there's an added drum solo. This was filmed with a smaller audience (a few hundred people), but it's much better.

On the special features part, they have a 25 minute 'Making of One Kill Wonder'. It has footage of them recording, interviews with most of the band and a tour of Studio Fredman. Overall, it's a cool thing to watch. They also threw in audio tracks of 'Shithead' and 'Everlasting', but now that the album is out, it's not such a big deal.

So, if you're going to buy the DVD, you're really just getting the Malmo show and the Making of One Kill Wonder. They might as well have left the Tokyo show out all together.