"Incubus: Morning View Sessions" DVD

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  1. Dean DeMass

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    Anybody get this DVD early? I am anxious to see some reviews for this DVD. It is to be released on Tuesday. I really haven't been able to see some solid specs on it other that the song list (which is good). Does anyone know if this will have a 5.1 track or a PCM track? Any info is appreciated.

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    Picked up this DVD today at Best Buy for $15. I have watched the concert but none of the extras. I listened to the 5.1 track (there is also a PCM track) and it sounds pretty good. It isn't the best sounding concert DVD, but it is good. The video is also excellent for a Non-anamorphic transfer. The aspect ratio looks to be about 1.78:1. The "Wish You Were Here" video is included as well as the making-of for the video. I believe there is a phooto gallery as well and some back-stage stuff.

    I haven't got to any of that yet, but I will. This DVD is a must have for Incubus fans.

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    NP: Incubus - Morning View Sessions (DVD)
     
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    I picked this DVD up the other day. I've just been able to watch bits and pieces of it. It's a shame it's a non-anamorphic transfer, but still great quality.

    Alternate video for "Wish You Were Here" was interesting, but I still don't understand their reasons for pulling it. The people running on the bridge didn't remind me of 9/11 in the slightest.

    The sound during the menu screens gets annoying really quick!

    It looks like an excellent DVD. I'm looking forward to having time to watch the whole thing.
     

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