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Andrew W.K.: Who Knows? Live in Concert: 2000-2004 [DVD]Who Knows? Live in Concert: 2000-2004 [DVD] (2006)
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Reviewer Rating: 3.5
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Anyone that has followed the career of Andrew W.K. knows that he can be a very odd, but clever individual. On top of this, he's all about having fun, which you've got to love him for. This of course, is on top of his immense musical talent. Overall, his new DVD, Who Knows? Live in Concert 2000-20.
Anyone that has followed the career of Andrew W.K. knows that he can be a very odd, but clever individual. On top of this, he's all about having fun, which you've got to love him for. This of course, is on top of his immense musical talent.
It is my absolute honor/privilege/responsibility and my job, to make as many people feel good as possible. We don't have fans; we have friends. These are the greatest days of my life, and all they are revolving around is the intensity of so many friends. Life's too short. Everyone's invited to this party; it doesn't matter who you are, what you look like, what you taste like, what you act like, what you like, what you don't like -- if you like you -- if you like things in general -- if you're happy to be here, come inside.Andrew W.K. and his music are things that simply make you feel good, and this DVD is a testament to that. Despite a few of its oddities (which aren't necessarily flaws, but just some things I haven't figured out), it is definitely something worth checking out for any fan.
There are a few bonus features, including backstage-type scenes that were cut, and a few other extra scenes, but they aren't things you'll find yourself going back to more than once.
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