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Im looking for a good music dvd. Any genre ive got ones like live at pompei, song remains the same etc. can be film but as long as it has a fair bit of live performance.
#2
Score by Dream Theater.
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#3
S&M - Metallica

How many bands have ever played live with a full orchestra?
#4
Carnival of Sins by Motley Crue, Killadelphia by Lamb of God, Reunion by Sabbath.
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S&M - Metallica

How many bands have ever played live with a full orchestra?

Dream Theater did on Score.
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In The Angel's City

Chasing Fortune And Fame
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S&M - Metallica

How many bands have ever played live with a full orchestra?


Any DVD of an orchestra.

Anyway, TS I suggest you get Porcupine Tree's "Arriving Somewhere..." DVD. It's great playing, especially the drummer, he's the most in-the-pocket drummer in rock I know of at the moment.




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H.A.A.R.P. by Muse is my personal favorite
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Red Hot Chili Peppers-Live at Slane Castle.

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S&M - Metallica

How many bands have ever played live with a full orchestra?


Not only Dream Theater but Kiss have also done it.

I really like the Motley Crue dvd, 'Carnival Of Sins'. They aren't the greatest musicians, but can put on a hell of a performance.

Not many other live dvds have really stood out for me.

Pulse by Pink Floyd? Also I'm keen to get Digital Versatile Doom (HIM).
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Not only Dream Theater but Kiss have also done it.

I really like the Motley Crue dvd, 'Carnival Of Sins'. They aren't the greatest musicians, but can put on a hell of a performance.

Not many other live dvds have really stood out for me.

Pulse by Pink Floyd? Also I'm keen to get Digital Versatile Doom (HIM).

Yeah, it's fun to watch.
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H.A.A.R.P. by Muse is my personal favorite

Muse are a great band, and great live, however that DVD was disappointing. I'm not sure why, I just didn't like it that much.

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It's not THAT good.

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Any DVD of an orchestra.

Anyway, TS I suggest you get Porcupine Tree's "Arriving Somewhere..." DVD. It's great playing, especially the drummer, he's the most in-the-pocket drummer in rock I know of at the moment.

If you're looking for musician ship TS, definately consider this.
#14
Chili Peppers-Off the Map (amazing)
The two disc Zep DVD
Pulse, by Pink Floyd
Live at the Grand Olympic Auditorium, by RATM

These are all must have, imo
#15
Chaos in Motion- Dream Theater's new one.
Score- Dream Theater
Home with Atlanta Symphony Youth Orchestra- Collective Soul
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lamb of god - killadelphia

even if you don't like their music, the documentary is one of the funniest things you will ever see, especially with the commentary on.
#18
Between the Buried and Me just released their live DVD.

If you're a fan of music in general you need to see it.
#20
Centuries of Torment - Cannibal Corpse

AMAZING! The documentary is worth the price alone.
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Between the Buried and Me just released their live DVD.

If you're a fan of music in general you need to see it.


Damn it I want. =\

Anyone seen it yet? Is it worth it?

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It is amazin, man!

The orchestra in it is average.
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Some very good ones, in my opinion, are: both of the "Crossroads" guitar festivals with Clapton, "Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble Live From Austin Texas", and "RHCP Live from Slane Castle" All showcase musicianship, melody, and some pretty wicked chops. Just some of my favorites from guitar-dom
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The live offspring dvd thing is pretty good.
Score by Dream theater is tbetter though (dont own it, just saw it at a friends once, but was kewl)
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#26
Meh someone go get me a time machine and record

Megadeth 85-86 or 90-93
Dream Theater 94-97
Pink Floyd 67
Muse 03
Tool 01-07
qotsa 03
steve vai 91

meh meh multiple meh. oh i forgot the doors 67, king crimson neil jack and me, dave matthews band cental park and pat metheny group the way up are all great
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I'll go for Live in the Still of the Night by Whitesnake, great songs, great show and above that, fantastic musicianship
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#31
Foo Fighters Live at Wemberly,

In the encore Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones from Led Zeppelin come out and play Rock and Roll and Ramble On with Dave Grohl and Taylor Hawkins...

sexy as
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Bootlegged Tool clips?
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Foo Fighters Live at Wemberly,

In the encore Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones from Led Zeppelin come out and play Rock and Roll and Ramble On with Dave Grohl and Taylor Hawkins...

sexy as

its on youtube aswell
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Pulse - Pink Floyd
UYI - 1 and 2 - Guns N Roses
H.A.A.R.P - Muse.
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ramones - live at the beat club.... this is the best ramones performance no doubt
and ofc creme de la creme of all music dvds -> RHCP - live at slane castle....
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#37
hi.

i have Rock AM Ring by Iron Maiden and by Alice In Chains, Live & Loud by Ozzy, Brutally Live by Alice Cooper, The Pick Of Destiny by Tenacious D, Plug Me In by Ac/DC, Visions Of The Beast by Iron Maiden and Rock Of Ages collection by Def Leppard. Also Live In Gdansk. and Live At The Garden by Pearl Jam.

Can anyone recommend a Tool/SOAD/Soundgarden Live dvd? or similar band.
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The orchestra in it is average.

Yeah, I agree.. it really shows in the overture to Six Degrees. I know it's impossible to reproduce what Jordan synthesizes on real instruments at speed, but even at a more practical speed they didn't do the best job of it.
Other than that though, that DVD is definitely worth it




#39
Hannah Montanna's latest release came in 3D I believe...

That's pretty epic.
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Score by Dream Theater.


Dream Theater are the most boring live band ive ever seen...
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