I saw some bands that I liked but this dvd was horrible. 0/5 rating if I could have left. Avoid at all costs!!!! This is complete garbage!!!
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Phatest Live DVD
Stefphanni | 01/30/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This DVD is a great combinatio of ROCK and RAP... A must buy for a good KoRn, L.B., Ice Cube, Rammstien, or Orgy fan! the only bad part is Rammstien is a li'l nasty...."
An above average concert video
Andrew Estes | Maine | 09/06/2001
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Family Values is a great video to own if you are a fan of any of the bands on the tour and just want to see live footage -- But if you want any really in-depth interviews, look elsewhere. For the most part, everyone performed well, and the performances kept my attention for the whole time. Here's how the band's did:Limp Bizkit - Newcomers to the scene at the time, definetly the worst performance on the video. Fred walks too much like a duck during Counterfeit and his voice fades away all the time because he can't just stand still. Nothing against them or anything, but they did a really weak job. 2/5Ice Cube - Probably the most interesting part of the tour. Ice Cube does the best he can with a rock crowd and wins over a few fans. One of the best moments on this video happens while Cube is performing "F--- tha Police" and it zooms in on some cop in the crowd with his arms crossed who looks like he's about to cry. It would have been nice to have seen Korn come out with him for "F--- Dying" instead of just sampling the guitar work. Still, a very very entertaining and energetic performance. 5/5Orgy - Like Limp Bizkit, they were newcomers at the time and NO ONE was into their show. But they did a really good job performing and I liked the interlude they did before "Stitches." Really bad filming though on this part. 4/5Rammstein - If you have the uncensored version, you know what this parts all about. Definetly quite a few moments to remember. When David talks about Rammstein being taken away by the cops, close your eyes. Trust me, it is very very gross. 4/5Korn - Obviously the band that the whole crowd was there to see, and everyone obviously loved every minute of it. Lots of great backstage stuff, like the birthday party backstage, in between songs. Korn pull out some of their best songs, taking from all 3 (at the time) albums. The longest performance on the video, clocking in at about 45 minutes. Look closely during "All in the Family" and you can spot all the members of Incubus. 5/5Overall, this is a great home video, and very fun to watch, but the filming was REALLY bad and the sound quality was horrible. More interviews with Ice Cube and Rammstein would have been appreciated. I suggest you buy this though, you really won't be disappointed.(Just for the record: The reason why no Incubus performances were included on the home video is because they weren't officially on the tour. They came on for the last week or so to fill in for Ice Cube, who had to shoot "Three Kings." Just so you know.)"
Worth Watching Not Buying
Stefphanni | Davis, CA | 09/17/2004
(3 out of 5 stars)
"This is one to rent. Rammstein's live performance was spectacular. It's hard to outshine them in that area. When Till whiped out his fake dick and hosed down the audience.... I hope that freaked some people out who'd never heard of the band. Crazy kinky psycho Germans. Good stuff.
Korn was good too. I loved the All in the Family performance. Definately worth seeing. If you like more than 2 or 3 of the bands, maybe you'd find it worth buying. Like previous reviewers said, there are better DVDs out there for each band. Rammstein fans should definately check out Live Aus Berlin."
A Tour D'Values.
Nemesis Jones | home looking up at the winter sun | 03/01/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"It rocks, it rolls, it has interviews, backstage and dressing room footage, good music and good times. There are kids all over the place, in the audience, on the stage watching their daddies jump, dance, wail and flail their bodies around. It even has a birthday party with a brand new batmobile touring car, but most important it has Korn, Rammstein, Ice Cube, Limp Bizkit and Orgy. You should have both the VHS and DVD.
Those Rammen Daddies from Berlin steal the show as they perform Buck Dich and Du Hast. Quiet man Paul Landers sets the stage in this event and this time Rammstein doesn't get arrested! At first I was stunned when I saw him dance backstage to Orgy's 'Blue Monday', a most excellent song. But during Buck Dich, he bends toward the singer for the 'letzte kuss' as they say. Poor Flake, you've got competition! Paul doesn't stop here. During the clips of the afterparty he is seen eating styrofoam for the camera. Is this the same expressionless man who plays guitar when Rammstein performs? You go!
The Concert CD Soundtrack is excellent! Get a copy. Don't pass up the window of opportunity to get the DVD too so you won't miss an angle. Its a good show. All performers, well done!!!
One WARNING you'll receive from me: For hard core fans only. A hard rock family hour most seriously. "