Tenacious D

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Tenacious D

Post by Natasha (candygirl) » Aug 31st 2003, 6:51 pm

From tvshowsondvd:
Tenacious D DVD The Complete Masterworks In Stores October 21st!
This highly provocative DVD contains:

the legendary and epic recital at London's Brixton Academy that was by chance recorded on November 3, 2002 - tracks include Wonderboy, Explosivo, Kyle Quit The Band, Friendship, Kielbasa, Dio, The Cosmic Shame, f*** Her Gently, Tribute and the ever popular Live Short Films that have been screened during The D's shows.

the groundbreaking, hard to get (legally), HBO episodes which tell tale of The D in their early days on the road to stardom.

But that's not all! A bonus second disc will be gifted to the first twelve million loyal Tenacious D apostles who purchase this D-VD. This second disc includes an intimate portrait of Jack and Kyle and their life of carnal debauchery on the road. Lucky owners of the DVD will catch rare and gruesome behind the scenes glimpses of the making of the Tribute & Wonderboy videos as well as never before seen footage of The D as they perform their secret backstage rituals.
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Post by fnordboy » Sep 1st 2003, 1:23 am

A little late on the news candygirl (or tvshowsondvd) ;) :P I heard about this awhile back. It will be nice to have a legit release of this so I can store away my divx's of it.

I have been a fan of the D since the very beginning, though am not so much a fan now. I enjoy their comedy and most of their songs but I didnt like the treatment they gave the songs on the studio released album. Their acoustic demos work much better and fit in with the TV show...which is how I first heard them. Being a long time Mr Show fan allowed me to see the D since it's first airing. I think most of the "old timer D fans" enjoy the acoustic style better than the more rawking style.

And try not to hold the whole BioDome thing against them ;)

Definitely will be picking this disc up. Some great comedy can be found in their shows.

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