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Album Review

For anyone who found Universal's full-length Gin Blossoms DVD Just South of Nowhere a little too much disc, along comes The Best of the Gin Blossoms in the label's 20th Century Masters — DVD Collection, assembling six of the group's promotional videos. "Hey Jealousy" is the warm-up for the achingly catchy and angst-ish yet cool "Found Out About You," and offers some clever multiple split-screen effects and variable aspect ratio images. "Found Out About You" is still one of the more quietly disturbing videos the band has made, filled with images that, when they're not vividly focused on the bandmembers' instruments, are bleak, cold, and chillingly textured. The international version of "Til I Hear It From You" follows and is more conventional, like the song it's attached to — "Until I Fall Away," by contrast, is a pretty straight performance video for much of its length, and "Follow You Down" is the one attempt by the group to generate an exciting video, utilizing an appropriately paced song; the quick cutting and the tension in the song itself feed the video's overall pacing, and make this the most easily re-accessible (as in multiple viewings) of their videos, if not the most memorable. The disc opens automatically on a simple menu that permits access to the individual videos and a "play all" option in the default position, and the packaging includes the relevant production and composition credits. The audio is mastered at a very high volume level, equivalent to early- 21st century CDs.

Customer Reviews

Legends in AZ

These guys were absolute legends in Tempe (AZ State campus) in the late 80s and early 90s. Mrs. Rita nd Allison Road are my favorites. I remember seeing them live at Gators and Long Wongs back in the day. You knew they were going to be HUGE. When Doug died they faded away. Welcome back and keep rocking!


Completely and authentically creative. Speaks to the experience of the pains, insights and self loathing that is consistent with troubled love and burgeoning identity. Kicks it too as far as rock and roll & easy to learn lyrics that must be sung totally out loud! As if you wrote the damn thing! Listen, learn & enjoy Who we are; after all, is our shared memories - based on similiar experiences.

Gin Blossoms we need more!

Love this band, and wish they were more musically active and available today....


Formed: 1987 in Tempe, AZ

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

By blending contemporary power pop with elements of the post-grunge era, Gin Blossoms briefly emerged as torchbearers of the lighter side of alternative rock. Bassist Bill Leen and guitarist Doug Hopkins formed the band in 1987 in Tempe, AZ, rounding out the initial lineup with vocalist Jesse Valenzuela, guitarist Richard Taylor, and drummer Chris McCann. The following year saw several personnel shifts as the band struggled to solidify — McCann was replaced by Dan Henzerling (and, shortly thereafter,...
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