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The Chemical Brothers: Don't Think - Concert Film Review

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by Alexander Dermer (subscribe)
Alex is a freelance writer, retail worker, short film maker, an avid lover of The Arts and always willing to explore.
Published July 9th 2012
Do exactly what the title says, "Don't Think". Clear your head, relax and prepare for the biggest mind bend since 2001 A Space Odyssey.

Pennywise just soiled himself

For just under twenty years, The Chemical Brothers have been blasting their remarkably catchy tunes across the world and if you're lucky enough to see them live, you're in for a treat with spectacular visuals to boot. But you haven't truly seen them, until you've seen them at the 2011 Fuji Rock Festival in Japan.

Very few concert movies leave you with that feeling of having just seen the concert yourself, instead you often feel like you're watching older siblings constantly hogging a video game. However The Chemical Brothers: Don't Think is one of the few concert movies along with Shine A Light that will have you thinking twice about seeing artist's live, when you can watch them over and over again, all in the comfort of your own home.

The Chemical Brothers: Don't Think not only pack's a tremendous punch with its incredible sound and absurdly dynamic visuals; but the bonus of watching the audience high on god knows what in combination with the band's eccentric imagery is just about half the fun.

Overall, The Chemical Brothers: Don't Think is a must see for any true fan of The Chemical Brothers, the electronic genre, music in general and anyone who wants to give their brain a run for its money.


You can purchase the DVD/CD at Amazon and JBHIFI
You can also purchase the BLURAY/CD at Amazon
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