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anyone else getting this this week. should be a great blu ray. unfortunatly its exclusive to best buy which means im forced to pay 30 for something that should be 20 on amazon
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I think Sting has robbed us of enough money already. We knew all along (though they never said it officially until the last leg) that the tour was a money grab (There was no way The Police were going forward to record a new album, the other side of the parabulla would have been real (Translation: Commercial Failure). I guess Sting needed a few more bills to pay for his palace in Central Park West in New York City. I understood that it's one of the most expensive places in NY.

I won't pay another $35 for just 90 minutes of music. The Police had thier reign. Now it's over.
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I'll pick this up. One of my favorite bands of all time and I passed on seeing them because of the outrageous ticket prices.
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I saw the Police twice on this tour

they were great in New Orleans early
my sons first concert and front row was worth it
but I felt dialed it in when I saw them in Atlanta 4 months later

Copeland and Summers made it worthwhile, stings ego never seems to be in check

this blu ray will be worth picking up
there are not too many good blu ray concerts these days
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NEW LIVE DVD & CD SET TO BE RELEASED THIS NOVEMBER

SANTA MONICA, Calif., Sept. 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Thirty years after they
first stormed the music scene, legendary rock band The Police,
bassist/vocalist Sting, drummer Stewart Copeland and guitarist Andy Summers,
embarked on a reunion tour on May 28, 2007. This highly successful world tour
visited five continents, played to nearly 3.7 million fans and garnered
numerous accolades from Billboard, Pollstar, as well as The People's Choice
award for Favorite Reunion Tour. It also went down in history as the third
highest grossing tour of all-time. Now, following their much heralded 14-month
reunion tour, The Police commemorate the culmination of the tour with a
special release.

On November 11, The Police will release a 4-disc set (2 CD's and 2 DVD's)
entitled "The Police: Certifiable," which contains the band's entire concert
from Buenos Aires, Argentina. In the US, this special piece -- along with
Blu-Ray version and three-LP, premium 180-gram vinyl set with MP3 file key --
will be released exclusively through Best Buy where pre-orders are already
available. In the rest of the world, the album and DVD will be released via
all retail outlets starting November 10. The United Kingdom release date for
the DVD and Blu-Ray formats is November 24.

A massive European media launch of the Blu-Ray format, in association with
Sony, DTS and the Blu-Ray Association, will take place prior to the European
release and will be attended by Stewart Copeland of The Police.

"The Police: Certifiable" is produced and directed by the award-winning
Graying & Balding, Inc. team of Ann Kim and Jim Gable, whose film credits
include the Rolling Stones, Sting, Keith Urban and Chris Botti.

In the U.S. specifically, the STANDARD set will contain 2-DVD's and 2-CD's
that include the following:

* DVD with a 109-minute wide-screen concert presented in Dolby Surround
and Stereo.

* DVD with 50-minute bonus feature, "Better Than Therapy," directed by
Jordan Copeland detailing The Police's historic reunion with exclusive
behind-the-scenes interviews from the band and road crew, plus 2 photo
galleries of The Police on tour; one shot by guitarist and photographer Andy
Summers and one by photographer Danny Clinch.

* 2 CD's with The Police's new live album from Riverplate Stadium in
Buenos Aires, Argentina, including all of the band's classics such as "Message
in a Bottle," "Walking on the Moon" and "Every Breath You Take."

The Blu-Ray format will contain:

* The 109-minute 1080 HD (High Definition) concert presented in Surround
and Stereo, in Dolby True HD and Dolby Digital.

* The special 50-minute bonus feature, "Better Than Therapy" in HD, and
the Summers and Clinch photo galleries in HD.

* 2 CD's of Buenos Aires concert.


As well as full album on VINYL, featuring:

* Wide spine gatefold jacket, contains 3 pieces of heavy weight (180 gram
vinyl), plus insert for downloading MP3's of the album.
SOURCE Cherrytree/A&M
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I saw this out at Best Buy yesterday in Warwick, RI... it was $29.99, if I recall. It didn't warrant a purchase from me, though.

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Definitely worth picking up.

However, the show I saw here had a horrible mix. I hope they improved the sound quality. I have high hopes for the PQ & AQ.
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Saw The Police on one of their last tour dates (July in Utah) and they were amazing. I have been a Police fan all my life but had never had the opportunity to see them in concert and they really brought it (as did Elvis Costello who opened). This disc is a must have for me.
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I am praying the audio is really solid. Sting may be a legend in his own mind, but he is also a perfectionist and I really hope they have done this justice.

Oh, and it on for $18 in Canada!!!
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Definitely worth picking up.

However, the show I saw here had a horrible mix. I hope they improved the sound quality. I have high hopes for the PQ & AQ.

One usually has nothing to do with the other. Live arena sound always has venue acoustics to deal with. What's recorded will be directly from the mics, amps. One shouldn't sound like the other.

We were interested in going but not at those prices to watch Sting and 2 people he really doesn't get along with "play" together. From the clips I have seen of some shows, it looks more like they're just playing at the same time rather than "together."
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We were interested in going but not at those prices to watch Sting and 2 people he really doesn't get along with "play" together. From the clips I have seen of some shows, it looks more like they're just playing at the same time rather than "together."

I did not get that sense at all from the live show I saw them at. I thought they all seemed to be getting along, and if anything, they seemed to be having a blast and a lot of fun. It did not feel "forced" at all. And I doubt this was over money. Sting has sold out every show I have ever seen him at across about 6 states. Based on all the interviews I read, I think this tour provided closure for the band.
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depends on the show, I've heard. And stewart BLASTED the opening gigs on his website after the first show.

and here...


http://www.rollingstone.com/news/sto...w_york_blowout


"Looking back on the long tour, each member of the trio agrees that their chemistry was lacking at the outset. "At the beginning, we were crap," says drummer Stewart Copeland. "Each one of us had our own opinion of what was wrong, which could be summed up as 'the other two guys.' " But at a certain point, the band developed a sense of humor about its 30-year-long animosities. After a screaming argument in Australia, Sting ended the fight by mooning Copeland from a moving car. "At that moment, I realized that I had no further argument," says Copeland. "I was defeated by Sting's superior logic!" During the show, Sting announced, "The real triumph of this tour is that we haven't strangled each other. That doesn't mean it hadn't crossed my mind — or Andy's or Stewart's."


Sting's son had some interesting comments before the tour..

http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/music/a6...h-tension.html

"Sumner told Gigwise that he feared that disagreements within the band could result in an untimely split.
He said: ” We'll see if they make it through the year. They might beat each other to death. They are very passionate and have different opinions.
"I think they'll put their differences aside in order to feel like rock stars one last time."

But it has ALWAYS been like that with this band.
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depends on the show, I've heard. And stewart BLASTED the opening gigs on his website after the first show.

and here...


http://www.rollingstone.com/news/sto...w_york_blowout


"Looking back on the long tour, each member of the trio agrees that their chemistry was lacking at the outset. "At the beginning, we were crap," says drummer Stewart Copeland. "Each one of us had our own opinion of what was wrong, which could be summed up as 'the other two guys.' " But at a certain point, the band developed a sense of humor about its 30-year-long animosities. After a screaming argument in Australia, Sting ended the fight by mooning Copeland from a moving car. "At that moment, I realized that I had no further argument," says Copeland. "I was defeated by Sting's superior logic!" During the show, Sting announced, "The real triumph of this tour is that we haven't strangled each other. That doesn't mean it hadn't crossed my mind or Andy's or Stewart's."


Sting's son had some interesting comments before the tour..

http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/music/a6...h-tension.html

"Sumner told Gigwise that he feared that disagreements within the band could result in an untimely split.
He said: We'll see if they make it through the year. They might beat each other to death. They are very passionate and have different opinions.
"I think they'll put their differences aside in order to feel like rock stars one last time."

But it has ALWAYS been like that with this band.

Yeah, I read all that when the tour first started, but this is typical of Copeland. He is a perfectionist and expects everyone else to be perfect. That said, I think it is telling that The Police made it through the tour (which I am sure they could have canceled at any point because they clearly do not need the money).

Honestly, if this BD release can capture the spirit and energy of the show I say in Utah back in July, it will be a must own for any Police fan.
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Oh, I'm still getting the BD. I think sometimes the tension that is evident when they have played causes each member to play a little more like a mercenary which can be interesting.
I just think what they charged for ticket prices was really 'effed up considering their scrappy, lean post punk beginnings and Sting's VERY working class background. I saw them in the 80's at Shea, Synchronicity tour. It was clear THEN that they didn't really enjoy playing together. Stewart had had "F*ck off you C*nt!" written on his drums for years at that point. But with this tour it was like, my wife and I go see them with decent seats or pay 1/2 the months rent. I opted to wait for the vid.

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The show I saw in Boston (while pricey) was so worth it. I plan to get this. They were really having a great time.
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Is the title available to buy right now at Best Buy?
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Is the title available to buy right now at Best Buy?

It is available tomorrow (although like all things, some stores could stock it early). It is also a Best Buy exclusive. Which sucks. As you know Amazon or DeepDoscount would have it for about $5-10 cheaper.
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Can we assume 16:9 (aspect)?

Goodbye to a great audio and video genius and writer... JOHN GANNON. I enjoyed your friendship, wit and a nice long run we took around Indianapolis at CEDIA years back... and for buying my Runco 980 Ultra years back... you saved my ass! Rest in peace.
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probably since it was shot in HD.

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Is the title available to buy right now at Best Buy?

It was out at the BB store I was in today. I picked it up. They had the complete display up - regular dvd version, Bluray, and LP.

Maybe it's just me, but it sure is fun to see LP's in stores again!
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Dave Mack I tried to PM you but your box is full.

I thought I saw you at Shea. I was about 25 at the time and didn't get tickets. I lived in Mineola and a few buddies of mine and I went to the show anyway. The guards let us in near the end and we got to see at least five songs. I had seen the Police at the Nassau Coliseum for the Ghost in the Machine tour with the guy from Squeeze and the supporting singers, etc. The best Police show was the Zenyatta Mondatta tour/album. It was just the three and amazing. I have a tape of a radio show that was recorded by WLIR if you remember the station. The show took place in 79 at a small place in ROslyn called My Father's Place. It couldn't have held more than 100 or so. Great times, if I could only remember more as you can surmise why back in the day.
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anyone else getting this this week. should be a great blu ray. unfortunatly its exclusive to best buy which means im forced to pay 30 for something that should be 20 on amazon

will be at the store 10:00am $30 it a lot but it comes with the concert on CD's which I'm selling to a co-worker to get my cost down to $20
hope it's a killer show sting owes us that much, andy and stewart always play very well imho
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Dave Mack I tried to PM you but your box is full.

I thought I saw you at Shea. I was about 25 at the time and didn't get tickets. I lived in Mineola and a few buddies of mine and I went to the show anyway. The guards let us in near the end and we got to see at least five songs. I had seen the Police at the Nassau Coliseum for the Ghost in the Machine tour with the guy from Squeeze and the supporting singers, etc. The best Police show was the Zenyatta Mondatta tour/album. It was just the three and amazing. I have a tape of a radio show that was recorded by WLIR if you remember the station. The show took place in 79 at a small place in ROslyn called My Father's Place. It couldn't have held more than 100 or so. Great times, if I could only remember more as you can surmise why back in the day.

Very cool, Hugh!

I went to Shea with no ticket and circled the grounds outside while the opening acts played, (Joan Jett and REM) and eventually a scalper went down to $30. I saw the whole Police set. Supposedly that night, Sting said to Andy and Stewart that this was the last tour. He wanted to go out on top.

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I bought the Police Certifiable Bluray CD set for 24.99 at the Warwick RI store. Check the prices. The bluray and cds are a steal at 24.99. I think someone marked some of the Bluray copies the dvd prices by accident. I really like not having to spend another 24.99 just for the live cd set. I hope this happens more often. I think the bluray price was supposed to be 34.99. I love it when I see multiple prices on stuff like this. The bluray is a fantastic deal. Now I have to wait for my new Sony 160 gig ps3 to come in to play the bluray disc. I hope the Best Buy Store Managers don't read the AVS forums It was out early on Monday too. I was in the store around 8pm or so.
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I watched this last night. Video quality is spectacular on my Panny AE3000u. Audio is not bad, but a little bass heavy. Overall, however, a great, great show. I saw them live on the tour, and I feel they sound better on this disc - must have been a few shows down the line from the one I saw.

Video quality = 5
Audio quality = 3.5

(Scale 1 to 5)
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I watched this last night. Video quality is spectacular on my Panny AE3000u. Audio is not bad, but a little bass heavy.

Somehow with Sting being the bass player, this doesn't surprise me..

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anyone else getting this this week. should be a great blu ray. unfortunatly its exclusive to best buy which means im forced to pay 30 for something that should be 20 on amazon

One thing, good, there will be a TON of leftovers, if their Rolling Stones and Elton John dvd box sets, are any judge.
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I watched this last night. Video quality is spectacular on my Panny AE3000u. Audio is not bad, but a little bass heavy. Overall, however, a great, great show. I saw them live on the tour, and I feel they sound better on this disc - must have been a few shows down the line from the one I saw.

Video quality = 5
Audio quality = 3.5

(Scale 1 to 5)


I hope this is not the case (audio), lets wait and see when we get some more reviews in.
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what are the audio options?
are they 5.1 and 2.0 trueHD like hdd specs
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what are the audio options?
are they 5.1 and 2.0 trueHD like hdd specs


Yes @ 96kHz ( only listened to the 5.1 option). What I found interesting is that all audio including special features is TrueHD

The documentary is "Better than Therapy" or something like that is excellent.
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