Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Decent for the hardcore fans.
Taylor Young | Los Angeles, CA | 12/18/2007
(3 out of 5 stars)
"This DVD is a long-awaited video release from this band. There aren't any music videos on it because of label issues, but the footage is alright for what it is. There is some cool interview footage with Evan on here. If you're expecting some HD-Quality footage, you better not buy this. It was recorded with 3 camcorders, so the quality is near bootleg. The footage is actually from 1997/1998 because it was filmed before New World Disorder was released. The sound isn't the greatest either, but I love all Biohazard, even the later stuff. The quality of the audio is slightly muddy but it is from the soundboard, so it's not completely crappy. If you're a hardcore fan then this is for you, but if you are looking for a quality live DVD then steer clear."
A poor product................casual fans beware about 2 1/2
themusicfiend | Florida | 12/26/2007
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I had been looking foward to this as soon as I got the word of it's release date. But to my dismay 'Live In San Francisco' is a huge let down. I'll clarify a few things. To start with the band members listed are incorrect. Bobby Hambel(Biohazards First Guitar Player) is listed as a performing member which first led me to believe this CD/DVD is not of recent footage(which it is not). Rob Echeverria is actually the guitar player on this one....remember 'New World Disorder' released in '99. Rob plays on that one which also happens to be Biohazards worst album ever. Do you see where this is leading? The gig recorded in San Francisco is in support of 'NWD' so your gonna hear a lot of crappy songs off of that album. Next the footage (capatured on three camcorders) is of bootleg quality. The cameramen did a fair job but the quality is just not there.
Then the audio which is just as bad as the video will make you cringe....very low quality. The cd sounds as bad as the DVD,big let down. But.........there are some ups. Their performance is really awesome. Danny is a clock,Billy rages across the stage through each song and Evan is such a great co/frontman demanding the attention of the audience. Aside from the 'NWD' tracks the are many off of 'Urban Discipline' which rock. The last decent part of this DVD is the interview with Evan(where's BIlly And Danny)? The interview is really not that great but somewhat informative as Evan goes on about the early days of the 'hazard. This along with their last album 'Means To An End' has left me scratching my head and worrying about the future of Biohazard. Only time will tell.............."