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  • I think the band puts on great show. The lead singer always giving positive reassurance to the crowd saying things like “Take all the negative energy the you hold and let it all go on this song”, giving praise to Dime Bag Darrell on the opening of Simple Man.

    Just a lot of little things that the lead singer say that really makes you feel the bands appreciation for real.

    But there are a few things that could have been better. At the end of every song they cut away like going to commercial. Also the sound production was not that great. It could have been a lot better.
    I can understand wanting to hear the crowd during the show but I think there was too much crowd and not enough full band in the mix.

    The drums sounded mediocre, and you really couldn’t even hear the bass guitarist at all.

    Again a good show, TONS of positive energy from the crowd and the band. Really would have liked to have been at that show. The production just killed it, you cannot hold it against other band DVD’s like Avenged Sevenfold Live in the LBC, Killswitch Engage (Set this)World Ablaze DVD.

    May they get a better production staff or spend a bit more money on their next production and get a better sound on the next DVD.

    Posted on December 5, 2009 - Permalink - Buy Now
  • captures the high energy live performounce shinedown delivers everytime! a must have for the hardcore fan!

    Posted on December 5, 2009 - Permalink - Buy Now
  • I didnt really care for most the live show portion of the dvd except for when they performed simple man and 45. Really wish they would release another live dvd with more recent stuff and also a dvd of all there music videos. I dont care for the whole itunes crap. I bought this dvd mainly for the music videos on it and the interviews.

    Posted on December 5, 2009 - Permalink - Buy Now
  • This DVD is excellent. The live footage is great. The audio quality is excellent. Be forewarned, however, that there are f and s-words on this disk, as profanity is used during the show and during the documentary. Also, there are drug references, as Jasin Todd joked about Brent “stealing my drugs” and he also said that “drugs inspire me”. So yes, this DVD is excellent, and it was $12 well spent.

    Posted on December 4, 2009 - Permalink - Buy Now
  • I got into Shinedown after the release of their second album “Us and Them.” This DVD was recorded from the final stop on their 2-year long tour that supported their first album. I have a hard time getting into new bands, my musical tastes are firmly cemented between the 1960s-1990s. Shinedown, however, has struck a chord with me because of a few reasons. Every member of the band is very talented, but singer Brent Smith is most impressive. The guy can belt it out and could (eventually) end up in the realm of Geoff Tate, Rob Halford, and Bruce Dickinson. The guy’s a true vocalist…Their lyrics are thought-provoking and their songs are catchy…Oh and judging by this DVD they’re a great Live act. This is far from the best concert DVD I’ve seen; After all, this DVD features only songs from the first album. But the guys have a polished live act and the camera work isn’t bad. It’s clear the crowd there was really digging the show. I’m not going to bother including the set list, because it’s probably on here somewhere. The bonus features are interesting (two music videos; Simple Man & .45) and a Bonus Documentary, which takes a look at the band…Surprisingly, they all seem like nice genuine dudes who really love their fans. I don’t know if I’d buy this DVD (I got lucky and found a place that had it to rent), but I will definitely buy the next DVD they put out (if they ever do). Hardcore fans of Shinedown will like it a lot more than just casual fans and if you’re looking for material from the 2nd CD, you’ll be very disappointed.

    GRADE: B+

    Posted on December 4, 2009 - Permalink - Buy Now