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Out Of Focus Vol. 1 [Warehouse Special]

(Green Day, Jawbreaker, Voodoo Glow Skulls, Moral Crux, Capitalist Casualties, Fifteen, Down By Law)

Released on February 24, 2004



$16.50
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PART 1 of the infamous Out Of Focus video fanzine collection on DVD. The creation of Mike Byrne (from the Methadones) and his brother Bob -- the two filmed countless shows at McGregors, Metro, and the Fireside Bowl in Chicago throughout the 1990’s, and now THICK’s making the entire collection plus a mountain of bonus material available on DVD.

Hours of gritty punk rock, live sets from 17 great bands, plus interviews, pranks, commentary, scene footage and more. Part 1 Features amazing footage of early Greenday, Voodoo Glow Skulls, Jawbreaker, Down By Law, and more. The Out Of Focus series contains exclusive footage and impossible to find songs from the bands that rebuilt punk. Part 2 coming later this year.



Average Customer Rating: 3.5 with 3 reviews (See Below)
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Eric from Longview, WA 
Feb 22 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Great footage! Green Day...Sludgeworth...FIFTEEN! What the fuck! Can't wait for more volumes. Seeing Jeff Ott cook soup and rock out was too funny! I'll have what he's having. Made me want to drink too!

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Shaun from Toronto, OH 
Nov 24 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This DVD was alright. You can barely hear the vocals on A LOT of the bands but I guess they kind of meant to deliver it how it was back then. Notable things - the Green Day performances and interviews are one of the funniest/greatest things I've seen in awhile. I was kind of let down by the Fifteen songs(not much energy at all), the interview with Jeff is interesting though. This was the DVD that got me into the band Gameface and Sludgeworth(who looks like they played amazing shows). Other than that I would have to say you have to be a die hard fan of some of these bands to really enjoy it. It's fairly long also.

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Bill from Chicago, IL 
Apr 16 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This is the second time I've had to write this. Why, I'll never know, but my first, much longer review didn't go through. Hopefully I remember most of it.

I had high expectations for this. They weren't shattered, but they weren't met either.

I basicly bought this because of four bands. The Voodoo Glow Skulls (they actually play "Insubordination" not their Clash cover), Green Day, Down By Law, and the Blue Meanies. These four segments all did their job. Very, very well done.

The rest of the DVD? Blah. The rest of the bands blend together. The only things that break the monotomy are the drunken boxing segments. The sequencing is off a little bit too.

Eh. Buy it if you want to. Don't listen to me.





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