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2003: Southside Double-Wide: L Limited Edition, Live

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  • Audio CD (May 11 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Limited Edition, Live
  • Label: Universal Music Group
  • ASIN: B0001XAMO0
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 19 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #5,512 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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1. Trust
2. Seasons
3. XMAS Day
4. Beautiful
5. Follow
6. Skeleton Song
7. Disgrace
8. Hurt (dedicated to Johnny Cash)
9. Angel's Son
10. Rumble Fish
11. Too Close To Hate
12. Black
13. Prayer
14. Bitch
15. Broken Down

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With three Gold records under their belt, over 1,000 live shows performed and millions of fans the world over, Sevendust once again is pushing the musical boundaries with this, their ground-breaking acoustic live concert performance. Recorded live at the Georgia Theatre, Athens, GA on Sept. 12th, 2003, this CD/DVD captures the beauty of Sevendust's songwriting and musicianship over their intense 60 minute set, and features songs from the entire Sevendust catalog. This package includes a 70 minute CD, a 2 hour DVD, a Sevendust branded guitar pick and a 24-page booklet. Recorded live on 9/12/03 at the Georgia Theater in Athens, GA.

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Last fall, Sevendust did their own acoustic tour in anitcipation for their fourth studio album 'Seasons.' If you ever watched the companion DVD to that album, you would remember the band talking about how much they enjoyed the experience and what little surprises came out of the mix. Eight months later, the live show has finally been released. Personally, I have always wanted Sevendust to release a live album, and when I heard they were going to be putting out a all-acoustic/live CD/DVD, I was ecstatic. Sevendust have always worked acoustic parts into their songs, and the concept just makes sense. Needless to say, for the most part, this set satisfies the die-hard Sevendust fan. First of all, the tracklisting is stunning. They definitely chose some of their greatest material to perform here. Obviously tracks like "Angel's Son" and "Skeleton Song" work flawlessly on here (as they are originally acoustic to begin with), but there are a few little surprises thrown in that end up working very well. "Trust," which is probably my favorite Sevendust song, opens the album and sounds like a totally new song here. Principal songwriter and the unofficial second vocalist, Clint Lowery, takes the mic for the dramatic "X-Mas Day," which, in my opinion, is the shining moment of the whole set. The band also does a cover of "Hurt," which, overall, sounds excellent, but with two flaws: Clint gets the lyrics wrong more than a few times, which is grating because the original is one of my favorite songs, and what's with the Johnny Cash dedication? Does anyone remember that this song was originally done by Nine Inch Nails?Read more ›
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Since I first hearing the roaring intro to "Bitch" back in 1997, Sevendust has been one of my favorite bands. In the years since their debut, the band has matured greatly... and this is very relevant in the release of "Southside Double-Wide: Acoustic Live." While this may not be a great CD for a beginning Sevenudst fan, it is a gem to any long time Sevendust fan.
The band pulls off amazing versions of a variety of songs from their four studio albums, including an amazingly haunting version of "Skeleton Song" and an NIN cover of "Hurt" decidated to Johnny Cash. I would attempt to list some of my favorites, but they are all great in my opinion. The band starts out with the typical acoustic type setting, but as the show continues, it is obvious they become much more comfortable with the setting. Lajon encourages the crowd to participate, and even lends the mic to the crowd towards the end of the performance. While some might complain that the bass is too loud, I find it to add perfectly to the heaviness of the hard rock acoustic setting. My only complain is the lack of acoustic versions of songs from 1999's "Home". Although "Rumblish Fish" is included, I think acoustic versions of songs such as "Waffle" and "Licking Cream" would have been great. The lack of those songs certainly wouldn't lower my rating of this disc however, since the selection of songs is great anyway.
All in all, this is a must have for any hardcore Sevendust fan. In my opinion, this is the best acoustic CD since the release of Alice In Chains Unplugged in 1996. If you do get the limited edition with DVD, I certainly recommend watching the DVD first. It makes the pleasure of listing to this amazing disc even more. My only regret is not catching any of these acoustic Sevendust shows last fall!
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Sevendust has proven again and again and again that they are modern masters in the craft of melodic hardcore and nu metal. Lajon's voice is so perfect for this blend of soul and hard rock (which, by the way, is a flawless sound that is untouchable and cannot be imitated). Clint Lowery is the master of harmonies, an amazing lyricist, and a very gifted guitar player.
Southside: Double Wide gives us a different view of the quintet from Georgia. Imitating the fashion of Nirvana: Unplugged in New York, they set up candles, sit in chairs, and are more interactive with the audience than in their usual fierce, supercharged fashion of jumping around and making literal whirpools of bodies their puppets. It's like they're jamming in your bedroom with you.
Included is a DVD of the same show, a bonus track of an acoustic 'Broken Down' which sounds incredible, 3x5 photographs of the band, and a Sevendust guitar pick.
In a time of such limited talent, and where we need to hold talent auditions on network TV to see that the future of "music" is ensured, it's such a relief to know that bands like Sevendust are here. Whether hard, or soft, like on this live recording, they love their music, love their fans, and love what they do. Enter their universe now, and experience what real music is.
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Let me preface my review by saying that Sevendust is, in my opinion, one of the best bands around today with perhaps one of the most powerful lead singers. The talent in this group is overwhelmingly scary, and when I heard that the group would make yet another step in the more mature direction by releasing an acoustic cd I was damn near shat myself. But after listening to the cd, I am left with one thought. That was alright, but it could've been earth shattering. The first thing I must say is that either the guitar playing, or recording, on many tracks is sub-par. We constantly hear the high pitched clanging coming from what should be the centerpiece of an acoustic perfomance. In what seems to either be poor recording or an ego-trip, the bass is about as heavy as it would be in a Korn concert. The percussions, however, are amazingly well done, the kind of abilities I have come to expect from Sevendust. The singing was excellent. However, the group took the album to much like another one of their hard rock performances. At one point I overheard someone in the band say, "Let's see that circle." I am only guessing he is referring to a mosh circle. When I picture an acoustic performance I picture Nirvana's Unplugged session, not a rock concert with acoustic guitars. The CD is not all that bad, however, as the bands talent prevails in a cover of Hurt, Angle's Son, Skeleton Song, not to mention an acoustic studio version of Broken Down, which makes me wonder how good they would have sounded if they had recorded all of their songs in studio.
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