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Lifehouse - Everything
Lifehouse - Everything
Genres: Music Video & Concerts
NR     2005



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Movie Details

Genres: Music Video & Concerts
Sub-Genres: Pop, Rock & Roll
Studio: Geffen Records
Format: DVD - Color - Closed-captioned
DVD Release Date: 11/22/2005
Original Release Date: 01/01/2005
Theatrical Release Date: 01/01/2005
Release Year: 2005
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 1
MPAA Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Languages: English

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Movie Reviews

It's good so far but is missing one thing
Cloud | Canada | 11/25/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)

"It seems pretty short considering how much is on this DVD. Would've been nice if they recorded a show but we got some music videos and some live stuff but they did forget one thing oddly enough.

Hanging by a Moment: This is NOT the version MTV went nuts on when the song was first released. It's compiled from live footage. It's kinda disappointing since the original's not on here.

Sick Cycle Carousel: A more ambitious video with the band performing and some kid climbing stairs and encountering a maze and I don't know it's pretty odd. Song's good though.

Breathing: It's one of those bit players sing the song videos where Jason's in a taxi passing by people who keep singing the song. It's a nice song but it's not a particularly inventive video.

Spin: If you get motion sickness easily, don't watch this. They took the concept of spinning literally as the camera is constantly turning clockwise except for one section. I like the song, so-so on the video.

You and Me: The band performs in a subway station with a guy and girl trying to meet each other only they keep missing. It's a nice video, well shot so the video is good for the song.

Blind: I don't remember much about this video except one thing: his eyeliner. Ugh, it's like he's trying to be Brandon Flowers from the Killers or Billy Corgan Machina-era.

We got 4 live performances: a little underwhelming performance for Everything(the vocals are off I find) and Come Back Down, Days Go By and You and Me. They're not bad but a full set would've worked better.

It's a good set for what it is but you get the feeling they could've added more to it."
Well.. not everything, but at least every videoclip
WilM. | Republics of TX & Guatemala | 11/18/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Includes every music video Lifehouse has made during their career along with live performance footage shot earlier this year at the Roseland Theater in Portland. Music videos that will be included on the Everything dvd are "Hanging By A Moment," "Sick Cycle Carousel," "Breathing," "Spin," "You And Me," and "Blind.". Live performance footage will include "Come Back Down," "Days Go By," "Everything," "You And Me." At such a low price, it really is a lot, but not everything...."
Short but oh so sweet!
Petar Vodogaz | Sydney, NSW Australia | 10/07/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Actually this DVD is 10/10. Yes the common complaint is it is a short DVD of only 10 songs. Yes, the Lifehouse producers could have added On The Road Footage or Jason Wade/Band interviews. But the DVD is what it is. For the background information on this DVD or/and the band, check out the Lifehouse website on the web. Now onto this superb DVD.

The 10 songs included covers the the period from the release of 'No Name Face' which includes 'Hanging By A Moment', 'Sick Cycle Carousel' and 'Breathing'. All great songs with Sick Cycle Carousel and Hanging By A Moment still favourites with many people and played on radio states. The next album release was 'Stanley Climbfall' which included the song 'Spin'. I was hoping they would include the song Simon, would have been a great touch to this excellent album nonetheless.

The first six songs are music video releases. The last four songs are all Live in Concert which includes 'You And Me' and 'Everything' my favourite songs from this great band and very romantic to boot. The latest album release 'Lifehouse' has the songs 'Blind', 'Days Go By' and 'Come Back Down' which are good songs as well.

Overall the DVD is clear and easy to operate with a great title/content page. The sound and audio is exceptionally clear. This is a must add for Lifehouse fans. I regularly listen to this enjoyable album and it rarely leaves my must listen to collection of CD's and DVD's."
Ofcourse great cause it is Lifehouse but too short..
Mehmet Fatih Ugur | Ankara,Turkey | 01/06/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Firstly I am not dissapointed about this dvd, to watch and listen lifehouse is always a great feeling. But I would prefer a Lifehouse dvd with some acoustic performences ( cause their live and acoustic performances are great ) the rest of the dvd would be great with a full live concert. Anyway it is also great to have the Lifehouse video clips and some live performances.
The songs i would like to see at the dvd : Take me Away ( Live ) ,Especially Lifehouse - BLIND (LIVE), Somewhere in Between (live),Unknown (unplugged)"