Tuesday, November 8, 2016

RE-UP: Prince live in Tokyo 1990 - 1DVD - August 31 - pro-shot

Tokyo '90
1 DVD-R
Label : Fullasoul
Catalogue : N/A
Interactive Menu : Yes
Source : Professionally Filmed (Broadcast)
Quality : EX+
Duration : 85 min
Year Of Release : 2004

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Artwork: included

Lineage: Tv (pro Shot) > (High Gen) VHS > ? Transfer > fullasoul > DVD

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Video:
720x480
NTSC 4:3
6843 kb/s
29.97 Frames/s

Audio:
AC3
2CH Stereo
192 kb/s

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Nude Tour

Tokyo Dome, Tokyo

31st August 1990

INTRO / THE FUTURE / 1999 / HOUSEQUAKE / SEXY DANCER / KISS - I'M IN THE MOOD / PURPLE RAIN / TAKE ME WITH U / BAMBI / ALPHABET ST. - IT TAKES TWO / THE QUESTION OF U (Including VENUS DE MILO - UNDER THE CHERRY MOON) / WHEN DOVES CRY / DO ME, BABY / LITTLE RED CORVETTE / BATDANCE / PARTYMAN (Including WHAT HAVE YOU DONE FOR ME LATELY?) / BABY I'M A STAR (Including RESPECT) / AIN'T NO WAY (OUTRO)

Bonus

PARTYMAN (BROADCAST INTRO VERSION) / PROMO FOR JAPANESE BROADCAST



DATABANK COMMENT:

Another release of the infamous Japanese broadcast Nude Tour concert - however if there is only one version (of the many circulating) which deserves a place in anyone's collection, it HAS to be this release. What separates this release from the others is not only the superior picture quality, but also the added extra's which are the icing on the cake. The picture quality is a step above the other releases. The most notable improvement (for me) is the strobe lighting effects which are almost blinding on many other versions  - here they are still powerful, but not as epileptic-fit-inducing as the others - which is a good thing! The colours are far more solid, and the footage is much sharper. The extra's on the DVD are the real treat and include some nice surprise moments. The DVD includes 2 different versions of the Partyman intro and a cool, lengthy advert for the Japanese broadcast. I should also note that this DVD has been security protected by Fullasoul. I won't give details of when or how, as it will become obvious to anyone watching - suffice to say that the people who make ££ from intended free releases will have a hard time removing it. Unfortunately it is a necessary evil. Plain and simple menu's, however the text could have been slightly larger - that's my only bitch.

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