For a locally produced disc there is a great
amount of extras present and there quality is also very good as all extras
are presented in 16:9 wide screen, some with 2.0 and some with 5.1 sound.
Why can't all distributors present extras like this.
Commentary: The commentary on this disc is on various songs and are
more like an interview. There is a small box in the bottom right hand
corner with Darren having a chat. There is also sections where Daniel also
has something to say. Overall the commentary is interesting but not a must
Documentary - Parallel Lives:
This is a great 20 minute documentary with excellent behind the scenes
info and stories. It has 5.1 sound and is framed at 1:85:1, 16:9 enhanced.
Multi Angle Songs: 4 songs with
multi camera angles. Those songs include. The Animal Song, Crash and Burn
and Affirmation. Camera angle range from good to angle 4 which looks like
a work experience kid got the camera. Maybe he should work for NYPD Blue
as a cameraman.
3 music videos are presented as well, those are: I Knew I Loved You, Crash
and Burn and Affirmation. One problem I have with Roadshow in this case is
they have matted the songs from 4:3 to 1:85:1. I know wide screen is good
for movies Roadshow, but you really should keep documentaries in there
original aspect ratio even if it is 4:3 format.
No subtitles are on this disc, strangely.