The picture is bright and offers good contrast and colors, and there's minimal print damage. The footage tends to have a fair amount of noise in it, which makes the picture softer; in some clips this seems to have been cleaned up slightly, but for the most part it seems like the videos were not restored.
The present-day interview footage is clear and sharp. The program is presented in a 1. Viewers are presented with no fewer than three soundtracks to choose from: a Dolby 5. The sound quality of the DTS and Dolby 5. The overall sound is rich and full, with excellent clarity and depth.
One odd glitch does appear in the DTS and PCM tracks, however: the soundtrack is not correctly synced to the video, so the lip- syncing is off by a decidedly noticeable amount.
It's no big deal if you're playing this with the image off, just to listen to the music, but if you're watching the program it's quite distracting. The Dolby 5. English, Spanish, and Brazilian Portuguese subtitles are available.
The content on the second disc of the set is really exceptional, and will delight all fans of INXS. Running about two and a half hours in total, the special features are divided into several sections.
Help Community portal Recent changes Upload file. Download as PDF Printable version. Add links. That whole thing has a bad feel to it, and I'd rather just wallow in the past, and thanks to this retrospective I can. Quality is an inconsistent crapshoot, and though most of the content looks tolerable, the disparity between the band's early videos and their later, more lavish productions, is evident in the lushness and film-like appearance of some of these more recent clips.
The live footage has a bit more grain, and is noticeably less polished. With material spanning nearly twenty years, it isn't really much of shock that the quality varies quite a bit. It certainly isn't bad, it's just average. Thankfully, two extremely strong audio options are available in either 5. Both tracks have deep, resilient bass that becomes decidedly more pronounced during some of the band's later material.
Taste It. Baby Don't Cry. Beautiful Girl. The Gift. Elegantly Wasted. Don't Change Montage '83 - ' Suicide Blonde Launay 12" Version. The Stairs 7" Version. Disappear Lorimer 12" Version. Welcome To Wherever You Are. Heaven Sent Live Montage. Taste It Live Montage. Pictures From A Full Moon.“The Gift” is the first single from the album Full Moon, Dirty Hearts, by Australian rock band INXS. The song was written by Jon Farriss and Michael Hutchence. The lyric.