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Mudvayne - All Access To All Things
Mudvayne - All Access To All Things
Actor: Mudvayne
Genres: Music Video & Concerts
NR     2003     1hr 54min

Studio: Sony Music Release Date: 11/18/2003

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Actor: Mudvayne
Genres: Music Video & Concerts
Sub-Genres: Pop, Rock & Roll
Studio: Sony
Format: DVD - Color
DVD Release Date: 11/11/2003
Original Release Date: 01/01/2003
Theatrical Release Date: 01/01/2003
Release Year: 2003
Run Time: 1hr 54min
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 1
Members Wishing: 0
MPAA Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Languages: English

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Movie Reviews

All Access To All Things
Rebecca Lyle | Garland, Texas United States | 01/26/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This is one great DVD. This is not near as strictly a live DVD as Mudvayne's Live Dosage release. On All Access To All Things you get to get much more personal with the band and their everyday life on tour.First off, let me review the live portion of the DVD. You get ten live songs:Internal Primates Forever
Death Blooms
Mercy, Severity
Nothing To Gein
World So Cold
Not Falling
DigAs you can see, it's a great selection of songs. They were all recorded at the Summer Sanitarium Tour 2003 and are all performed during the day time. The sound quality is much better than their previous live DVD, especially Chad's vocals. Chad sounds fantastic compared to Live Dosage. Another cool thing is the fact that they no longer wear make up onstage. They look just look like regular guys. These performances are proof that Mudvayne is a great performing band with massive amounts of talent and energy. The performances are all very spaced out with the Behind The Scenes Footage put in between. I really enjoyed the Behind The Scenes stuff that goes on. You have footage of the band before and after the show, during interviews, on the tour bus, all kinds of crazy stuff. It's great to see that this group of rock stars are really pretty cool and calm guys. I found Matt to be extremely intelligent, especially his little discussion on how technology has helped benefit music. He really seems to know what he's talking about, and really seems to be an interesting guy.You also get the World So Cold Video as well as a making of feature. World So Cold is a wonderful song and the video is great. I really think of this as a nice addition to the DVD.To sum this all up, this is the best DVD release yet from Mudvayne. If you are a fan of the band, you will love this release."
WARNING: Adrenaline Rush!!!
Jen | Kansas City, MO | 03/31/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This DVD is unbelievable. If you are thinking of recruiting any of your friends into "Mudvaynians", turn them on with this DVD. The backstage stuff was cool, but the performances will blow you away. Do not watch this before you go to bed - you'll be up all night! The adrenaline rush is fantastic. This band should have been a headliner, no doubt about it. My personal favorite on this is "Nothing to Gein." Absolute genius. Chad's vocals are phenomenal - these guys were born to perform live. And I agree with many other fans, losing the makeup was a VERY smart move. I think it allows them and their music to be taken a lot more seriously. If you are a fan of Mudvayne at all, or even just of metal, believe me - you MUST buy this DVD! It will not leave you unsatisfied..."
I have two things to say about this DVD...WOW!! and MMMMMM!!
devils_tattoo | Pennsylvania, USA | 12/09/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Well, I'm a huge Mudvayne fan...but only in the past year &1/2 (roughly) did I realize how amazing they really are. I own the first Mudvayne DVD, and I think it's pretty good. But now...they have gained so much power...trashed the makeup and outfits. Now it's just pure, heavy, great metal music. I just saw this DVD a few days ago with my friend. I think I just sat there with my jaw dropped most of the time. This DVD consists of them performing live on the Summer Sanitarium Tour. You even get to see James Hetfield a couple of times. Anyways. In between songs there are short interviews/clips of the band. And also a new video to check out. I think my favorite part in the whole thing is when they do the extended ending to "Nothing to Gein" where Chüd just keeps repeating "Zion...Zion...ZZIIIOOOOONNNNNNN." It's so great. If you're already a Mudvayne fan, you'll love's amazing (at least to me) to say the least. If you're not a fan of them really, but a fan of the genre, check it never know. They have got past getting everyones attention, they have grown together, becoming a full-force attack. Ask me and I'll say that they are here to stay for a while. Oh friend who got to see them live (which I had to miss due to class) now explains them as "the new Pantera", stepping up where Pantera left off. I agree. I could feel the power emanating from them while watching that DVD, even though it was just a DVD. So, to end word. GREAT!!!"
Great DVD
Jen | 12/30/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"i like that mudvayne opted to keep everything raw instead of cleaning everything up with protools. here's a full review....

Internal Primates Forever- 5/5 energetic, perfect opener
-1- 5/5, one of my favorites. Greg's screaming is right on and it's one of my favorite songs.
Silenced- 4/5, meh, its ok.
Death Blooms- 5/5, probably my favorite along with Cradle and -1, very energetic.
Mercy, Severity- 4/5, upbeat and energetic. i liked it.
Cradle- 5/5, probably my favorite. great song.
Nothing to Gein- 6/5, ok forget what i said about my favorite, this one beats every other song out by a mile. electrifying.
World so Cold- 5/5, great song=great performance
Not Falling- 5/5, crazy song i loved it.
Dig- 5/5 the perfect closer. great song

so if you're a Mudvayne fan or a fan of any band in the genre, buy this DVD. you won't regret it."