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  • Kenneth
    April 28, 2022
    This DVD is excellent quality from the video to the sound, it's very well done. So I'm not one to talk or write much so'll leave it with that. Just an awesome performance.
  • Carmen
    July 6, 2021
    I have the original VHS so I've been waiting for a long time for the release of a DVD. I was hoping at the very least the same original video, all I can say is WOW, Shine on.... instead of being the last track over the credits was the first track in the concert. some new, different video shots, but still the greatest concert video ever. great job !
  • Jon L
    June 22, 2021
    I saw this tour and to this day, of the hundreds of concerts I've seen-this may be the best of them all. To relive the event in such high quality is a gift for which I'm forever thankful.
  • Larry Lou
    May 14, 2021
    Best Floyd concert video of all time! I started out with the VHS, then the DVD and now have the digitally remastered DVD. The video and audio quality of this release is astounding. #BADA$$
  • Juan Serrano
    March 1, 2021
    Delicate Sound of Thunder was the predecessor of Pulse (1994) and, considering this concert was filmed in 1988, they did a very good remastering job, with very good sound and image quality. Gilmour is great as always, as well as his Pink Floyd bandmates Wright and Mason, saxophonist Scott Page and bassist Guy Pratt. The repertoire of songs is similar to that of Pulse and though not as visually shocking, just as excellent musically. Like in every concert, there are missing songs one would have liked to have been included, like Yet Another Movie and Welcome to the Machine (though I'm not sure the latter was recorded live in the DST concert). Also, it would have been nice to include in this DVD a footage or short documentary of the concert or the Momentary Lapse of Reason tour. It's only because of this that I don't give it 5 stars but overall a great concert