Twisted Sister's high-tech return

Right, so, back in the day, Twisted Sister was largely famous for being that "We're Not Gonna Take It" band on MTV, with the guy that sharpened his front teeth into fangs and got into a spat with Tipper Gore's PMRC.

Well, lucky 1980s fans, they're back, and they're leading the charge for a new DVD format called DVDPlus, which has a CD on one side and DVD content on the other. How that differs from the more popular DualDisc, which has a CD on one side and DVD content on the other, I'm not entirely sure. But the band's promo people are calling their new live reunion disc the first of its kind.

Ok, I confess, I was a big fan of that video when I was a kid. Maybe it's time to plunk down my 99 cents for a moment of nostalgia.

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