bunjiFeatured By OwnerDec 1, 2008Professional Digital Artist
I was generally surprised about how rough people apparently party in the states.
I myself have seen justice spin live all 3 times they've been to copenhagen. People are known to be pretty crazy here to. I've tried my fair share of rough experiences, but I thought some of the stuff on the DVD was just fucked, hehe.
I did however dig the editing. Very nicely done. And the scene with the female interviewer, was just awesome. Haha!
Only thing that really boggled me though, was the guy at the show in the Tron-daft punk suit. That was no copy. Either he is one lucky punk (or loaded with money) - or Thomas Bangalter attended a show, but dressed like that wouldn't really make him go unnoticed.
I really like justice, but I don't know, didn't really care much for the documentary to be honest. The trailer got me pretty pumped for it, but I was a bit disappointed to see that the final was kind of compiled the same with the quick chops and what not. I don't know, would have liked to see longer sections of the shows. The live cd is badass though. If you haven't checked out the Soulwax documentary Part of the Weekend Never Dies, you should. It was a bit more interesting to watch, especially seeing them do the remix of justice live.
Yeah I read it, that is clearly a 'say cheese' to the camera moment, at least to me it is. Every professional DJ knows in a split second if his equipment isn't functioning (in this case the midicontroller). It's pretty obvious it's preprogrammed, and if that isn't the case Augé pretty much doesn't know what a MIDI controller does. Either way..
I don't mind preprograms (see daft punk), but I for one am not a fan of fakers.
“I didn’t notice at first, because as you can see I was looking at the computer to launch the next vocal hook and right after I realised that the blue screen went black, so there was no way possible it could work. So I plugged it back in, big deal! And the next thing you know is this picture.” [link]
I do hope that's true, because I'm not a big fan of fakers either. But as they're pretty drunk during the sets it might just be like he said, a honest mistake... any way the make awesome music so I'm not gonna stop listening to them even if the fake it all.