The Police: Certifiable, is a live concert from The Police's reunion tour.
Featuring the band's entire concert at the famous Riverplate Stadium in Buenos Aires, Argentina, The Police: Certifiable includes the bands classics "Message in a Bottle," "Walking on the Moon" and "Every Breath You Take." The concert video is produced and directed by Ann Kim and Jim Gable (Rolling Stones, Sting, Keith Urban, Chris Botti) and are all presented in Dolby 5.1 surround sound.
The Police Tour began in May last year, visited five continents and played to nearly 3.7 million people over fourteen months.
1. Message In A Bottle
2. Synchronicity II
3. Walking On
4. The Moon
5. Voices Inside My Head / When The World Is Running Down
6. Don't Stand So Close To Me
7. Driven To Tears
8. Hole In My Life
9. Truth Hits Everybody
10. Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic
11. Wrapped Around Your Finger
12. De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da
13. Invisible Sun
14. Walking in Your Footsteps
15. Can't Stand Losing You/Regatta De Blanc
17. King Of Pain
18. So Lonely
19. Every Breath You Take
20. Next To You
Also includes Bonus Material.
The Double CD contains the concert in live audio.
50 minutes bonus documentary 'Better Than Therapy'
Behind the scenes interviews with the band and road crew
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Posted by Play.com Reviewer, 19/02/2011 21:49:04
The picture and sound quality are amazing in 2.0 stereo. The songs are great performed, and I have to say this is maybe the best concert blu-ray/dvd I have ever seen. Genesis "When in Rome" is at the same league. Bruce Springsteen, Keane, Morrissey, U2 and many others are not even close.
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what to say?!?!...
Posted by Play.com Reviewer, 09/02/2011 11:45:24
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Great concert but...
Posted by Play.com Reviewer, 04/12/2010 23:59:33
This is The Police at its best and the picture quality is great and so is the sound but...
I have a 7.1 sound system and what I found with this disc is that a LOT of sound is going through the centre channel as opposed to my other concerts on blu-ray. So just be careful and dont turn it too loud or your centre might just call it a day.
Except for that its great but this peculiarity I just mentioned means that my protection level installment on my receiver doesnt apply and I always have to keep in mind the health of my center speaker when listening to this disc.
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Posted by Play.com Reviewer, 31/12/2009 20:36:16
Always loved The Police so was looking forward to this.
The Blu-Ray is stunning: very crisp image and great sound.
Of course the music is what you buy it for and the boys don't disappoint. Some superb guitar work from Andy Summers, Stuart Copeland is ace on the drums & of couse Sting is on top form.
Got this for Xmas, can't stop watching the disc, transferred to MP3 player as well.
Thoroughly reccomended. Best to send your wife out & ideally make sure the neighbours are out as well so you can crank the volume up & enjoy this properly.
Note: This Review was made by Play.com customer: kinega on Rakuten’s Play.com on the date shown.
A Must Have Music Blu-Ray
Posted by Play.com Reviewer, 26/05/2009 19:38:40
This is just amazing .. I was at the birmingham NIA and saw the gig , which is why i purchased this disk . From the superb picture ..to the amazing sound This disk has it all , You can see the amazing finish of the guitars and drumkit .. the screens behind look amazing , even though technically watching this you are watching a picture , of a picture , of a picture. This is very close to being there ... maybe better , you decide because i really cant make up my mind
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Posted by Play.com Reviewer, 11/04/2009 23:06:41
This is the nr.1 bd what comes to sound and picture. bruce spr. live in dublin is close. but this one beats it. you have to turn your sub level down a bit..the bass is superb..
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The Sting and Co Reunion in Buenos Aires
Posted by Play.com Reviewer, 03/01/2009 20:58:30
There can't be many of us of a certain age who weren't into The Police in the 80,s. Sting, Andy Summers and Stewart Copeland were in a select group of "Supergroups" along with the likes of U2 and The Stones who dominated the charts with just about every song they released. It seemed they could do no wrong and then at the top of their game they were gone.
That was in 1983 and despite never actually announcing they had split we all know that Sting went on to a very successful solo career and Andy and Stuart also went onto do other things.
When asked if they would get back together and do another tour the reply was "We would have to be certifiable to do that", but they did, hence the title of this 1 disc Blu Ray and 2 disc CD package.
The 30th anniversary tour covered 10 legs and 152 shows and this Blu Ray disc is one of the Buenos Aires concerts in Argentina at the River Plate stadium in early December 2007.
By all accounts during the early shows the boys were a little rusty, but by the time this concert was recorded they were back to their best and anyone watching this Blu Ray presentation is in for a treat.
Recorded with HD cameras this show is an hi def visual extragavanza, you could really only top it by being there in the crowd. From the very start you realise that this is a very special and lovingly put together package with no expense spared by the producers to get it right. Opening up with "Message in a Bottle" we first hear and then see Stewart Copeland behind a huge drum kit which, in Hi Def, is beautifully detailed. These days Copeland looks like a college professor with his round spectacles and thin face, but the amount of energy he puts into his craft is unbelievable and proves he has kept himself fit. Also looking superbly in shape is Sting who throws himself around the intimate stage with the gusto of a man half his 57yrs. Sting's voice has lost none of its uniqueness and despite the fact that he must have sung these songs a zillion times he keeps the crowd on it's toes with his enthuastic performance. In Hi Def it is easy to pick out the aged appearance of his guitar and we even see individual fingerprints on the fretboard. Andy Summer takes it easy on the stage and it is clear that time has taken its toll on him. Hi Def does no one any favours and despite not losing any of his ace guitar skills the same cannot be said for his waistline.
The quality of this HD transfer is stunning and the new reference disc for my system (yes even better then The Dark Knight). The stage work featuring our heroes is bathed in high intensity studio lighting which obviously gives the boys a whitewashed appearance, but this transfer handles it brillantly and glare is non existent with no detail being lost. The contrast between the brightly lit stage and the warm glow of the huge crowd is a bit like watching the night/day terminator on a high altitude picture of the Earth, but nothing suffers in terms of picture quality and the detail of the individual crowd members just adds to the experience that you are there with them.
With this being a musical concert different coloured stage lights are the norm, and what a treat they are to behold on Blu Ray. The stage is also back lit by two huge screens which shows the boys in action, and even this looks good. Blacks are inky deep and the 3D effect is in abundance.
The 1080p video transfer is supported by a Dolby Tru HD 5.1 soundtrack that is literally out of this world. The subwoofer gets a real working over and although the audio is a little front heavy Stings vocal soundtrack remains stable and clear.
Even if you don't like the Police or weren't around in the 80's ,and this is your first experience of them, this is a 5 star transfer
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