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Anthrax - Music Of Mass Destruction: Live In Chicago 2003 (DVD / CD)


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  • Format: DVD-Video, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 2
  • MPAA Rating: NR
  • Studio: Sanctuary
  • Release Date: May 18 2004
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0001Q4CZC
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #79,060 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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01. What Doesn't Die 02. Got the Time 03. Caught in a Mosh 04. Safe Home 05. Room for One More 06. Antisocial 07. Nobody Knows Anything 08. Belly of the Beast 09. Inside Out 10. Refuse to Be Denied 11. 604 12. I Am the Law 13. Only 14. Be All End All 15. Indians 16. Bring the Noise Also on the disc: Fueled Metal Thrashing Mad Behind the Scenes Footage

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Anthrax are my second favorite of the Big Four thrash bands(Metallica,Megadeth,Anthrax,Slayer).They had released 2 live VHS videos before this,but no DVDs.Finally now we have a DVD.This was shot at the Metro in Chicago on the Taking The Music Back tour.It is a very high energy show.It has a sixteen song set that spans there career from Among The Living to We've Come For You All.I have a few complaints with the setlist.It doesn't have ANYTHING from Spreading The Disease,which is one of the best thrash albums EVER.It also doesn't have the title track to Among The Living.They played it on their PPV concert from 2000,why couldn't they play it here? The only other thing wrong with this DVD is that the guitar solos are so low in the mix.However,Rob Caggiano does an EXCELLENT job with the Dan Spitz and Paul Crook solos.Some highlights include "What Doesn't Die","Only","Nobody Knows Anything","Caught In A Mosh",and "Antisocial".However,the BEST song on the DVD is "Bring The Noise." This is MUCH better than the one with Public Enemy.Plus,they play the first verse and chorus of Metallica's "Whiplash" at the end.So if you are an Anthrax fan,I highly recommend this DVD.
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Format: DVD
After numerous delays and other problems, we finally get a live performance of Anthrax on DVD. The dvd design (menus) is reasonably original and well executed. While the show is filmed with 8 camera's, not all of them are useful angles (one is high up on the side of the stage behind a support column). The video itself is a mixture of matted widescreen and normal full screen sources and the colors could be stronger and the blacks be a little blacker. But, perhaps I'm being a bit critical because I use Motorhead's "Boneshaker" dvd as the benchmark standard for heavy metal concert videos. Anthrax doesn't have the budget or facilities that Motorhead had.
Now while the video quality is less than stellar, it is more than made up for in the sound and the performance. The stereo sound track on the video is very similar to the included CD version, but it's the 5.1 mix that really stands out. It is one of the cleanest multichannel live mixes I've heard to date (I've produced a few myself). When played at near concert levels on a reference quality theater system, it really feels like you're at the show. The performance is also top notch as Chicago is one of the bands favorite towns to play (the Chicago crowd may be larger, but the Cleveland crowd was definitely louder).
The reason for giving it 5 stars has more to do with the value than anything else. So while the video quality nets 4 stars, the audio quality and the total price easily push it to the 5 star rating. And a special note to all the dorks that say the John Bush era of Anthrax isn't any good, well you're partially right. Anthrax isn't good, they're excellent! Yeah they don't play speed metal like in the mid 80's, but then again no band of consequence does these days. Of all the old school bands from the 80's, Anthrax is still one of the few that is just as relevant now as then. Along with Motorhead, they carry the torch of what is METAL into the new millennium.
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By A Customer on April 1 2004
Format: DVD
Anthrax, eight cameras, and "The Metro" packed. It is about time we see a band take full advantage of what a DVD can do. Besides the show and the extra disc, the "MUSIC OF MASS DESTRUCTION" has an array of bonus features including behind the scenes with separate band members interviews, a section with comic book artist/painter/creator Alex Ross, two songs filmed in Hyper Angle, and many hidden extras. This is, as what is becoming a standard, in 5.1 Surround Sound.
While drummer Charlie Benante said, "In the entire history of the band, this show was 'the one,' I find that a little hard to believe. Yet this is a killer show, a good DVD with extras, and a great price. Maybe one day we can see soem live stuff and all the music videos (including Joey) on one DVD, but for now this will do just nicely.
The set lists-
The DVD tracklisting contains:
1) What Doesn't Die
2) Got The Time
3) Caught In A Mosh
4) Safe Home
5) Room For One More
6) Antisocial
7) Nobody Knows Anything
8) Belly of the Beast
9) Inside Out
10) Refuse To Be Denied
11) 604
12) I Am The Law
13) Only
14) Be All End All
15) Indians
16) Bring The Noise
BONUS CUTS
17) Fueled
18) Metal Thrashing Mad
And Behind The Scenes Featurettes
The CD (Second disc):
1) What Doesn't Die
2) Got The Time
3) Caught In A Mosh
4) Safe Home
5) Room for One More
6) Antisocial
7) Nobody Knows Anything
8) Fueled
9) Inside Out
10) Refuse To Be Denied
11) I Am The Law
12) Only
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Format: DVD
I was just at the Metro this past Tuesday seeing Iced Earth. I was a little irritated that in the DVD they don't show the crowd much, but having been in the Metro, now I know that there really isn't much of a place to show. I saw Anthrax in Indianapolis the Tuesday before this show in Chicago was taped, and I think that John sang better there than in this DVD. The energy, however, is undeniable. I think that the picture quality is ok for a concert DVD, but there are better. Low light conditions suck for recording video. The sound quality of the DVD is awesome though, just about as close to being in a live situation as is possible. If I had friends with me while watching the DVD, I would have done as said in the beginning and started a mosh pit in my own living room. The DVD/Cd combo is a great value for $17, so I highly recommend it!
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