Isabella 1990

Isabella (Nia Zulkarnaen), Indonesian girl who settled in Malaysia, fell in love with Amy (Amy Search), pemuzik rock. Due to the appearance of Amy as pemuzik rock, love their opposition by Isabella father (Robert Syarif, Ida Kusuma), which is affected by the riots news rock performances in Jakarta.

We Like It Like That

Latin boogaloo is New York City. It is a product of the melting pot, a colorful expression of 1960s Latino soul, straight from the streets of El Barrio, the South Bronx and Brooklyn. Starring Latin boogaloo legends like Joe Bataan, Johnny Colon and Pete Rodriguez, We Like It Like That explores this lesser-known, but pivotal moment in Latin music history, through original interviews, music recordings, live performances, dancing and rare archival footage and images. From its origins to its recent resurgence in popularity, We Like It Like That tells the story of a sound that redefined a generation and was too funky to keep down.

Mike Portnoy - Drumavarium

Mike’s drum-cam footage from Dream Theaters Octavarium recording sessions. Audio Options include: Full Band; and Isolated Drums. Bonus Feature include over 3 minutes of Studio Outtakes.

Suzi Quatro - Leather Forever, The Wild One Live! 2004

With her streetwise, leather-clad persona, Quatro burst onto the rock scene in the mid-'70's, achieving international music stardom with a string of hit singles. Through her remarkable career, she has sold more than 45-million records and has been touring more than 30 years! She has branched out into acting, most famously prograying Leather Tuscadero on TV's Happy Days. This DVD includes live footage from her 2003 tour in Stuttgart, Germany, intercut with performance footage from Australia. Also included are rare home movies, vintage music videos, plus behind-the-scenes footage from the upcoming documentary film about Suzi's amazing life, Naked Under Leather!

Kodo - Akatsuki

The CD and bonus video chronicling the group and the landscapes that inspire it act as companions to Kodo's dynamic live shows. Shamisen, koto, and kokyu (traditional Japanese fiddle) complement the percussive force, revealing the versatility of Japanese tradition and the performers who long to honor it. For several of the group's newer compositions, featured both on tour and on the album, Kodo brings out different facets, creating unique arrangements for both live and recorded performance.