Started by B.DEE, December 06, 2008, 00:37:36
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Quote from: B.DEE on December 06, 2008, 01:32:17I'm not sure what the "official" difference between the original VHS tape (a bootleg of the Japanese TV broadcast) and this DVD is
Quote from: nausearockpig on December 06, 2008, 07:39:40what Japanesebaby means is that it would be ok to sell a version of the Toshiba VHS release but a copy of that made to DVD would not be OK.
Quote from: lostflower4 on December 06, 2008, 09:27:28Quote from: nausearockpig on December 06, 2008, 07:39:40what Japanesebaby means is that it would be ok to sell a version of the Toshiba VHS release but a copy of that made to DVD would not be OK. That's right. And although it's not exactly related to this post, one should also be wary of official VHS > bootleg VHS copies that look similar to the original. There used to be lots of these going around, too.
Quote from: curevideo on January 09, 2009, 10:44:11Hi,that is pretty annoying as the DVD you talk about has been done by me and my friend. Years ago I bought the nice original VHS and in 2003 we have transferred it to DVD.So please, don´t sell it. It was meant for trading and you find it on all trader´s lists plus - correct me if I am wrong - also on Dime.Cheers,S.
Quote from: lostflower4 on January 12, 2009, 09:19:11I don't feel bad about trading it, as there are currently few alternatives for people to get a proper copy of this.
QuoteLive in Japan documents the October 17th, 1984, performance in Tokyo and received a release the following year in Japan on VHS and Betamax.The Japanese concert film was not widely available in the US and has never been released on DVD. A used copy chas been known to cost over $499 via Discogs. For those not flush with cash, the film had been frustratingly removed from YouTube several times. Now, however, it has been uploaded by none other than drummer Andy Anderson, who was a member of The Cure during the filming of this concert.