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 The Elms Live In IndianaToday I finally got my copy of Burn The Fields: The Elms Live In Indiana. For those who don't know about The Elms, I highly suggest you check these boys out. They're some of the best new rock 'n' rolll available today.

Although the DVD was recorded almost a year ago, it captures the band perfectly. There's so much energy at their live concerts, and the DVD gets all of it in a beautiful package. Unlike most professionally done DVDs of recent times, it does not include a 5.1 surround sound mix, but the stereo mix is done so well that it sounds great nonetheless. (I don't have a 5.1 speaker set anyways, so I probably don't notice very well the difference. But it definitely sounds great.)

The disc has some great special features, including a couple bonus songs that were performed after the original concert. Plus there's over 30 minutes of interviews with the band about the DVD recording and where the band is going in general. It's very insightful. And another 45 minutes of a behind-the-scenes look into what the band put into the DVD, from dressing up the stage themselves to making the obligatory Spinal Tap jokes. ;-)


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