Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Mudvayne Live Dosage 50 - Live in Peoria|
Directors: Phil Tuckett, Thomas Migone
Genres: Music Video & Concerts
Studio: Sony Music Release Date: 12/18/2001
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Tyler Durden | (...), Ca | 12/14/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"(...) i couldn't wait for this dvd to come out. i knew that there would be tons of great stuff included, and mudvayne dosen't disappoint. this dvd has at least 75 minutes of live footage, the music video for death blooms, an in-depth interfiew from the band, a biography of the band, and pics. the only bad part of the dvd is the ok quality of the footage. also, where i got it, its dirt cheap. i suggest that u get this. it will definately kick your (...)."
Sam Roberts | .. | 03/18/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)
"as a mudvayne fan i was glad to see a mudvayne dvd. and it gets the job done. anyone who isnt a fan probably wouldnt enjoy the dvd much at all. to be honest, the audio and video quality is not very good. alot of what seems to be kud missing words, etc., is really just an oversensitive mic or something picking up the other instruments. the video quality is grainy as hell. this wouldnt be a big deal if this were an outside show during the day, but it isnt. regardless of the quality, its hard enough to see the band in the darkness with lights flashing everywhere.the band is in pretty good shape on the dvd. i'm sure alot of people admired kuds vocals on the l.d. 50 cd but were like 'he probably cant scream like that all the time during a show'..but he can. during the show he screams like hes trying to puke up rocks over and over again but can still sing very well through out the show. the rest of the band does very well, ecspecially ryknow, who likes to jump around. gurrg, the guitarist, however, annoys me to no end. i can't stand his face during the concert. he smiles alot and looks very stupid with his red and black makeup and spiky hair. you probably wont notice, certain things just bug me. blah, blah. overall a good buy for the average mudvayne fan."
It's a good effort
Ashton | Tecumseh | 11/13/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This DVD is okay, but I must stress: vocal mic bleed! Chad's microphone picks up drums and all the stage sound causing some phase problems, the best sounding song on this dvd is -1 because Chad is on a truss above the stage. As a response to video quality, it is not the dvd, it is an effect the band put on video to make it grainy. If you look at the main menu, you'll notice the video is clean and clear. I honestly wish they would re-release this video without of the video effect because honestly it makes the band hard to see at some points. But all in all I like this dvd, it shows that the band is human, they do mess up(chad's voice breaking, or certain members running into eachother) but its a good show, and worth checking out:)"
Alright....but Mudvayne got ALOT better live
Matt | Columbus, OH | 10/10/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I saw Mudvayne at this year's Summer Sanitarium and was a bit skeptical because I had heard some of their live stuff before (simply observe this DVD or the Ozzfest 2001 cd). Chad's voice just wasn't at it's best. But I guess he got smart and started taking care of it, and took vocal classes to make sure he wouldn't lose his voice during their shows. Boy did it ever pay off, because even for the openers (which is total bullsh--) they blew the place away. This DVD does not do them much justice. First off, the video quality is shockingly bad for DVD, and of course, Chad's vox where nowhere near as great as they normally are. Musically, I'd give it about an 8/10 because there are a few f-ckups and moments of annoying feedback but flaws aside, Mudvayne play their @$$es off here. Just be sure not to let this ruin your plans to see them live in the future. I promise you they rule. Keep heavy music alive!"