And All That Could Have Been [DVD] Review

artist: Nine Inch Nails date: 03/12/2008 category: compact discs
Nine Inch Nails: And All That Could Have Been [DVD]
Release Date: January 22, 2002
The raw energy and excellent production quality of this DVD overcame its small imperfections. If you want to see NIN in its natural state, check this out.
 Sound: 9
 Content: 7
 Production Quality: 8
 Overall Impression: 8
 Overall rating:
 9 
 Reviewer rating:
 8 
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And All That Could Have Been [DVD] Reviewed by: AEnima18, on march 12, 2008
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Sound: 'All That Could Have Been' is seen by NIN mainman Trent Reznor as both a landmark and a turning point. This DVD documents the Fragility 2.0 Tour, throughout the united states. Always innovative, this is not simply one or two concerts recorded at the same venue then mashed together for a kind of "best of" like many live DVDs, this takes footage and performances from dates all over the tour and combines them into one explosive package. The only negative side of this is continuity. While the venue remains amazingly similar throughout, Robin Finck's hair-style seems to change with every shot! The live band consists of Robin Finck, Charlie Clouser, Jerome Dillon and Danny Lohner, who use a potent mixture of expert musicianship combined with on-stage antics that make the songs even more impressive than their studio counter-parts. // 9

Overall Impression: Overall, this is a very strong DVD. It may be a little dated now in comparison to more recent DVDs, but it is still a strong indicator of the power and sheer force of the Nine Inch Nails live experience. // 8

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