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UFO - The Story Of – Too Hot To Handle DVD
Review by Greg Olma
Let me start by saying that I really like this DVD.  I had this back in the day when it was available on VHS,  but it is always better to have the crystal clear picture of a DVD.  

UFO - The World’s Greatest Albums Strangers In The Night DVD
Review by Greg Olma
This DVD is a weird one to describe as it explains the band’s history a little bit, detailing how all of it came together to make one of the best live records of the 70s; namely Strangers In The Night by UFO.  

U2 - The Complete Story DVD
Review by Gary Hill
As someone who has followed U2 on and off for the majority of their career, they have always been an enigma to me. On the one hand they have the tendency to be one of the most creative and passionate bands around.
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