Качество: DVD9 Формат: DVD Video Видео кодек: MPEG2 Аудио кодек: PCM, AC-3 Видео: 7705 Кбит/сек (5000 Кбит/сек), 720*576 (4:3, 16:9), в 25,000 кадр/сек, MPEG Video (PAL) (Version 2) (Main@Main) (BVOP) Аудио: 448 Кбит/сек, 48,0 КГц, 6 канала(ов), AC3 Аудио: 1536 Кбит/сек, 48,0 КГц, 2 канала(ов), PCM (DVDVideo) (Big / Signed)
Описание: Полноценный DVD. Описание диска: Amazon - The Art Of Noise filmed during 1999 and 2000 in Chicago, California, Shepherd's Bush, Coachella Festival and Wembley.
Tracklist: A is for... Something is missing Born on a Sunday Moments in love Rapt: In the evening air Metaforce On being blue Il Pleure (at the turn of the century) Beat box Peter Gunn Information Il Pleure (reprise) La flute de pan Dreaming in colour. Anne Dudley tracklist: Sarabande Le... sons et parfums tournent dans l'air du soir. Special Features: Anne Dudley Piano Pieces, Never Seen Before Rehearsal Footage, Interviews
Into Vision is a passable enough "greatest hits revisited" collection from the Trevor Horn/Anne Dudley/Paul Morley supergroup Art of Noise, whose millennial reunion was said by some to have been the grumpiest since that of the Velvet Underground. The main visual element is concert footage from four performances, two of which took place in the USA (there's one unintentionally--or is it?--hilarious shot of the band looking out over a sea of bucket hats) and two in London. This is subjected to various arty cut-and-paste editing tricks which perhaps compensate for what would otherwise have been a rather static visual experience, although that might have been preferable to the sight of Morley galumphing pointlessly around the stage like Bez's dad. No matter, though, because the music's excellent, with no shortage of faves like "Moments in Love".
On the DVD: Into Vision also has plenty of other material, including a rather strident snapshot performance of Dudley playing some Debussy in a somewhat Wakemanesque, session-veteran fashion, some rehearsal footage which certainly belies the rumours of tensions within the relaunched band (witness Dudley seguing yet another dollop of Debussy into the Postman Pat theme, to the amused consternation of singer Amanda Boyd). There's also a band interview which Morley hi-jacks by acting like a twat throughout. Still pretty good, though.--Roger Thomas