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Classic DVD Review: D.O.A. | Greatest Shits

B.C.'s punk-rock iron man collects 20 years of classic CanCon clips on one DVD.


This came out in 2003 – or at least that’s when I got it. Here’s what I said about it back then (with some minor editing):


Yet another reason why Canada is the greatest country in the world: When we were growing up, D.O.A. videos were on TV all the time.

OK, maybe not all the time — but thanks to MuchWest and CanCon regulations, over the years you’ve probably seen most if not all of the footage in this 20-year clipfest compiled by B.C. punk-rock ironman Joey (S—thead) Keithley. So, unlike our unlucky Yankee neighbours, we really don’t have to shell out to see clips of The Prisoner, War, Death Machine and (of course) Takin’ Care of Business. Though, as a true Canadian and a true fan, it only seems like the right thing to do anyway. True patriot love and all that, eh?


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