Introduction to DVD Video
1. Live CD of DVD Video
Live CD is the first live album by Israeli pop rock artist Ivri Lider. It was released on February 2006 and recorded at the Trade Fairs & Convention Center in Tel Aviv, Israel, during one of his concerts. The DVD edition, entitled "Live DVD", includes 21 tracks, while the CD includes only 15. The album was certified gold just a few months after its release
2. Reflection of DVD Video
Reflection is the third studio album released by the American Christian tween pop girl group, The Rubyz. According to Jesus Freak Hideout, the album, billed as an "MVP" format-album (Music, Video, Purpose), was released in two parts on May 3, 2011. The first part is a DVD and the second part is an album download. Unlike Sound Off, this album does not have sing-along tracks
3. Release and reception of DVD Video
On January 4, 2020, the combined 6th and 7th issue of the 2020 release of Weekly Shnen Jump announced that Kana-Boon would be performing the second opening theme for the fourth season My Hero Academia. The single was released on March 4, 2020, with a standard edition and an anime limited edition release. The anime limited edition release contains additional tracks, and a bonus DVD with the creditless version of the respective opening theme of My Hero Academia. The single was released on the same day as Kana-Boon's "best of" album Kana-Boon The Best.
The song is the first song performed by Kana-Boon after the departure of bassist Yuuma Meshida in 2019. As a result, lead vocalist and guitarist Maguro Taniguchi also performs the bass. The song "Starmarker" features Fujifabric keyboardist Daisuke Kanazawa as a guest musician.
The single reached number 29 on the Oricon charts, and reached 46 on the Japan Hot 100, and 7 Japan Hot Animation charts.
4. Con Todo Mi Corazn of DVD Video
Con Todo Mi Corazn (English: With All My Heart) is the second album from Latin music singer and winner of the second season of Objetivo Fama, Anas. The album was released in the U.S. on April 3, 2007 and had an April 18 release in Mexico. The lead single "Tu Amor No Es Garanta" premiered in January 2007. The majority of the songs included on the album are almost all ballads. Anas has said in many interviews that she was given more creative control with this album. She did a cover of the Daniela Romo song "Quiero Amanecer Con Alguien" and of "Reencuentro" along with Milly Quezada and Sergio Vargas, originally recorded by lvaro Torres. She also co-wrote "Sexy Mama", which is sung partly in English.
A special Deluxe Edition of the album was released on October 16, 2007. The new edition brings remixes, and two new songs (both which she worked on with Marco Antonio Sols). The first called "Como Tu Mujer" (which she performed in a televised tribute to Marco with great acclaim), becoming the third single from the album, and another song entitled "Sin l". Aside from the songs, the new edition also brings a DVD with two music videos.
5. ECW Just Another Night of DVD Video
Just Another Night was a professional wrestling live event produced by Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW) on February 23, 1996. The event was held in the Briarcliffe Fieldhouse in Glenolden, Pennsylvania in the United States. A "fan cam" recording of the event was released on DVD by RF Video, while the event was later made available for streaming on the WWE Network. The bout between Bam Bam Bigelow and Cactus Jack was also included on the 2015 compilation DVD ECW Unreleased Vol. 3.
6. Shamrock (song) of DVD Video
Shamrock was the fifth single released by the Japanese rock band, Uverworld. It was released on August 2, 2006. The limited pressing of the single has a DVD containing the video digest of their live performance from their Timeless Tour @ Shibuya-AX. It reached number six on the Oricon charts and sold approximately 97,091 copies. It was used as the drama Dance Drill's theme song.
The full version of the ringtone has reached platinum status in February 2010 since its download started on August 2, 2006.
7. Henrique Couto of DVD Video
Henrique Couto (born September 10, 1986) is a Portuguese American writer and film director of horror, comedy, family, and western film genres, from Dayton, Ohio, United States. His first feature film to gain national distribution was Faces of Schlock (2009).
As his career has continued to grow his fans have come to love his work involving pathos of characters that often goes beyond what you might expect from average genre fair. One of his most known horror films is Babysitter Massacre.
8. Music video of DVD Video
The music video for "Starmarker" was released on March 2, 2020. It features Kana-Boon, alongside an actor wearing a reflective zentai outfit. The video is split vertically into thirds, in front of a living room, a kitchen, and a bedroom entrance. Throughout the video, either one member, the entire band, the zentai actor, or various objects are shown within each third. The band members can also be seen holding the various objects with varying facial expressions, within each third. The zentai actor then dances and mimes in front of, and behind, each band member.
9. Event of DVD Video
The event was attended by 493 people.
The opening bout was a tag team match pitting The Bad Crew against Joel Hartgood and J.T. Smith. At the outset of the match, Smith gave Hartgood a series of chair shots and then walked out on him, leaving him outnumbered by The Bad Crew. The Bad Crew went on to win the bout, pinning Hartgood after giving him a powerbomb followed by a diving splash. After the match, The Sandman came to the ring and hit The Bad Crew and Hartgood with his Singapore cane.
The second bout was another tag team match, this one pitting The Pitbulls against Stevie Richards and The Blue Meanie. The match was won by The Pitbulls, who pinned The Blue Meanie following a superbomb.
The third bout was a singles match between ECW commissioner Tod Gordon and manager Bill Alfonso. Alfonso won the bout by pinfall after his client, Taz, hit Gordon. After the match, Alfonso and Taz attempted to give Gordon a chair shot but were driven off by Bam Bam Bigelow.
The fourth bout was a singles match between Mikey Whipwreck and El Puerto Riqueo. The match was won by Whipwreck.
The fifth bout was scheduled to be ECW World Tag Team Champions The Eliminators defending their titles against The Dudley Brothers. Before the match, The Eliminators performed Total Elimination on Dances with Dudley, injuring him and leaving his partner Buh Buh Ray Dudley outnumbered. After Dudley wrestled alone for several minutes, Hack Meyers came to the ring to replace Dances with Dudley. The Eliminators went on to win the match, pinning Meyers following Total Elimination.
The sixth bout was a singles match between Axl Rotten and The Sandman. The match was won by The Sandman by pinfall following a diving leg drop.
The seventh bout saw ECW World Television Champion 2 Cold Scorpio defend his title against Sabu in a rematch from Cyberslam. The match ended in a time limit after 20 minutes.
The eighth bout was a singles match between Bam Bam Bigelow and Cactus Jack. At the time of the match, Cactus Jack was soon to leave ECW to join the World Wrestling Federation, while Bigelow had recently left the Federation, debuting in ECW earlier that month at Big Apple Blizzard Blast. Bigelow went on to win the match by pinfall following a lariat. After the match, Cactus Jack, Stevie Richards, The Blue Meanie, and Taz attacked Bigelow, with Taz applying the Tazmission to him.
The main event saw ECW World Heavyweight Champion Raven defend his title against Shane Douglas. During the match, Brian Pillman came to ringside disguised as a photographer, then distracted Douglas with repeated camera flashes. Following repeated interference from Raven's Nest, Raven won the bout by pinfall following an Evenflow DDT onto a chair. After the match, Raven's Nest attacked Douglas until The Sandman came to the ring and drove them away, after which Douglas convinced him to form an alliance to take the ECW World Heavyweight Championship away from Raven.
10. DVD release of DVD Video
DVDs of the series in the UK are listed below, released by Network DVD. Only series 15 have been released so far in Finland. In Australia (Region 4) Series 15 have been released both individually and as a box set. Series 610 have also been released. Series 11 and 12 were released on 6 November 2013. Some music has been partly changed or removed due to copyright grounds/licensing costs
11. Live from the Henry Fonda Theater of DVD Video
Live from the Henry Fonda Theater was a live concert of the band Dredg, released on DVD as a promotional tool for their third album, Catch Without Arms. The DVD was recorded live on June 24, 2005 at the Henry Fonda Theater in Los Angeles, California. It consists of the band playing several songs from the album, mixed with parts of an interview with the band and promos for the album.
12. Bootleg: Feedbacker of DVD Video
Bootleg -Feedbacker- is a DVD by Japanese band Boris. Despite its name, this is an official release by the band and Diwphalanx Records. This video is a live recording of the album Boris at Last: -Feedbacker-. The DVD has three different covers, each one depicting a band member lying in a pool of blood. The DVD is limited to 500 copies
13. Lotus (Arashi song) of DVD Video
"Lotus" is a song recorded by Japanese boy band Arashi. It was released on 23 February 2011, by their record label J Storm. The single is used as the theme song to the drama Bartender starring Arashi member Masaki Aiba. It was released in two editions: a regular edition containing two bonus tracks and instrumental versions of all the songs released in the single, and a limited edition containing a bonus track along with a DVD with a music video of the single.
On the issue dated 7 March 2012, "Lotus" debuted at number one on Japan's Oricon Singles Chart, selling 541,000 copies in its first week. According to Oricon, the single was ranked as the sixth-best-selling single in Japan for the year 2011.
14. Reception of DVD Video
Jon Condit of Dread Central rated it 0/5 stars and called it "the absolute worst of the direct-to-video horror genre". David Walker of DVD Talk rated it 0/5 stars and wrote, "There is nothing good to say about this garbage." Peter Dendle called it "pointless and uninteresting, with no discernible sense of love for the topic.
15. Thomas Fulton of DVD Video
Thomas Fulton (September 18, 1949 - August 4, 1994), was an American conductor.
Noted primarily for his work in opera, Fulton debuted at the Metropolitan Opera of New York City in 1979 and remained with the company until his death. He conducted 192 performances at the Met of over 20 operas in the Italian, French and German repertoires. A 1982 performance he conducted of Humperdinck's Hansel and Gretel was telecast on PBS and remains available on video as a DVD.
Fulton was also associated with Orchestre National de France, and the Paris Opera among other companies in France and Germany. He was on staff as a conductor with the Ravinia Festival, the Opera Company of Boston, and the San Francisco Opera.
According to his obituary, Fulton died from kidney failure while vacationing in Milan. He was 44 years old.
16. Deixo of DVD Video
"Deixo" (Let You Go) is a song performed by the Brazilian singer Ivete Sangalo.
It was released as the lead single from her second live album Multishow ao Vivo: Ivete no Maracan.
It was released in 2007 on the radio stations and was a big hit in Brazil.
In Portugal, the song spent 2 weeks on the charts and peaked at #42.
17. Boomerang (Tenjo Chiki song) of DVD Video
Boomerang is the first Japanese single (second overall) by South Korean girl group The Grace. It was released on January 25, 2006 by Rhythm Zone, which released in both CD and CDDVD (Limited Edition) versions. The single was previously released as B-side track of their Korean debut single "Too Good". The single ranked #110 on the Oricon charts and charted for 1 week, selling 967 copies