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Unbreakable World Tour 2004 One Night in
Unbreakable World Tour 2004 One Night in
Genres: Music Video & Concerts


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Genres: Music Video & Concerts
Sub-Genres: Pop, Rock & Roll
Studio: Bmg Japan
Format: DVD
DVD Release Date: 01/13/2008
Release Year: 2008
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 0
Edition: Import
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You're not fooling me.
Gilbert N. Phillips Jr. | Surfside Beach, SC United States | 02/24/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"It's blatantly obvious that the five reviews which gave this DVD one star, as well as the two-star review, were all written by THE SAME PERSON, under different screen names. Notice that five of those six reviews contain the IDENTICAL vocabulary/spelling error of using the word "edition" in a sentence in which he was obviously describing the "editing." Notice that all six reviews all refer to moving too quickly from one musician to the next. Notice that all six reviews are nearly identical in length. Notice that they were all composed within 10 days of each other, several on the very same day. It's obviously one disgruntled fan's attempt to bring down the average rating of this DVD. You're not fooling me. This DVD is GREAT, and it deserves five stars. I'll go ahead and predict you're one of those fans who refuses to accept new music by any line-up other than the "vintage" Scorpion line-up, so you're sabotaging their rating on You remind me of many of my fellow KISS fans who share the same closed-mindedness towards any KISS line-up other than Gene/Paul/Ace/Peter. BUY THIS DVD! Five stars!
Good Purchase for a Scorps/Metal Fan
D. Carvajal | Evanston, USA | 11/12/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)

"I own both the DVDs for Acoustica and Moment of Glory. This DVD is not as good as those two. The film footage is not as impressive, not as well put together and the footage could have been recorded better but the horrible reviews on here are totally unfounded. The footage still captures the raw energy of the band (the crowd isn't up to par with the show sadly) live and the sound is great (you can complain about the footage but not about the sound). If you are Scorps fan you will like the subtle changes in the Zoo. I have heard a number of live versions (from cds/dvds and in concert) of this Scorpions staple and I really really like this version. Deep and Dark live also sounds great. I would recommend this DVD to a Scorpions fan and to a metal fan. If you are neither, then this might not be for you!"
Unbreakable DVD - Live in Vienna - Review
Chip Ray | NorCal | 10/07/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)

"I am a long time Scorps fan (25+ years). I think this DVD is a must for any "true" Scorps fan. Not only does it include the entire live set, professionally filmed - killer audio, from their latest "Unbreakable" tour, it also includes a documentary on the history of the Scorps, narrated by the band (they speak German, but it is translated/spoken in english)...very cool material for one DVD. The live concert was recorded in Vienna, so the crowd is much tamer than a show here in the states, but no big deal...its a huge crowd. There are certain points in the live show where it seems Klaus's voice doesn't exactly match the audio...which gives me the impression of lip-syncing, but you be the have to look close to see it. At the end of the song "If You Could See it Through My Eyes" you see the drummer and bass player singing the backing vocals, but you can tell it's really Klaus's voice...again, no big deal. If you went to one of the recent "Unbreakable" concets, and enjoyed it, you won't be disappointed with this DVD. If you didn't make it to one of the recent shows, but like the new "Unbreakable" CD, which I feel is the best in a looooong time (IMO as good as or better than Crazy World), you'll like this DVD."
Not perfect but good
MM | Sunshine State | 10/13/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)

"The rockumentary is great with cool old footage. The live footage is not as good as worldwide live, but still good. and it proves that the last studio album "unbreakable" includes fantastic tracks that fit directly to old classics from Blackout, Love at first sting or Animal Magnetism."