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Editorial Reviews


1. Song Without sin
2. A ? Of When
3. Operation Mind Control
4. Flying
5. In Your Name
6. Back In Black
7. Nightmare City
8. Lost Halo
9. Holy Roller
10. Great Expectation
11. Choices Mash Up/ Happy Shopper
12. Pocket Of Tears
13. Sacred Ground
14. Tomorrow Never Knows
15. Nova

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  • DVD Audio (November 18, 2003)
  • Please Note: This is a DVD-Audio disc which is playable on most DVD players as well as all DVD-Audio players. Click here for additional information regarding compatibility.
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Silverline
  • ASIN: B0000EM6QQ
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (73 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #397,901 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Editrrr on December 8, 2003
Format: Audio CD
I'm glad I waited to review this long overdue LC release because the album initially threw me a bit, as I'm sure it did no small number of the faithful. As an LC junkie, I wanted to let some of the
initial disappointments settle in and hear the music a few more times. Better yet, I saw them live for the second time since their reunion, this time at NYC's intimate Bowery Ballroom. Let's get
some of the obvious things out of the way first: To this day, LC still blows away all but a handful of top rock acts on the planet ... man for man, they'll outplay almost anyone, and that includes all
the hip-hop inflected, punk-funk-death-whatevercore nu-metalists they've obviously inspired. Seeing them prowl a stage only makes it more painfully obvious how we as rock fans have suffered
in the years since those great bands out of Seattle and the early-'90s days of bands that sounded vastly different from one another under the umbrella of alt.-indie. In other words, the days before
bands fell into only nu-metal, pop punk, emo or hip-hop categories. For gearheads, Vernon's tone is to die for ... I've never been a fan of his late-'80s clean tone -- too "plinky," too digital, not
warm enough. On the disc and on stage, he's finally found a gorgeously warm, supple, articulate clean to complement his searing, singing sledgehammer crunch. Not to be outdone, Doug
Wimbish goes toe to toe with gorgeously crafted, punch-and-groove bass lines, and handles a slew of atmospherics to boot. Corey and Will ... still the best, period. Name me a singer with
Corey's pipes and soul who can put that style over a sonic assault like LC's, who can preside over the stage with his confidence and swagger ...
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By F.N. Wright on October 14, 2003
Format: Audio CD
These ain't no Glamour Boys, they're FIERCE!!! This is a deep, deep album and evidently too deep for some folks. That's OK but IMO it is their best yet. They're writing and producing as a band for the first time and taking some chances, and yes, some of the results caught me by suprise at first. BUT, let's all remember that these guys are seasoned pros who know what they are doing and who have a plan. They have said in interviews that this album is NOT a one-off and they are back to stay at least for a while, so this disc is what it is on purpose. They are definitely covering some new ground here. I disagree with someone saying "Operation Mind Control" is their worst song -- it is a powerful and driving, forceful shot to certain Gov't lackies. It's a great soundtrack for a revolution, among other things. If you ain't feelin' like that, oh well. Alot of people are, in fact, and this song summarizes these feelings VERY well. And about "Flying" -- if you aren't moved by this song then just cash in your soul. "Tomorrow Never Knows" has it's own killer groove and does justice to the original, more than any other Beatles cover I've heard.
It seems some folks want Living Colour to be as they remember them from 10+ plus years ago, but this is LIVING Colour, and as one LIVES, one grows and changes. This is a great, immediate and consistent CD from one of the greatest bands in history.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By morano75 on October 16, 2003
Format: Audio CD
I, like many other LC fans, have been anticipating the triumphant return of one of the most unique and talented rock acts of all time. Needless to say, I wasn't overwhelmed with utter joy when I gave this a first listen, but then again, I wasn't disappointed either and it's still growing on me.
I must say that I first heard "Operation Mind Control" and "Pocket Of Tears" live back in May and I wasn't too excited at the time. Then when the album came out, I downloaded a few tracks just to get an idea of their sound 10 years after the last studio album. I decided I was going to buy it.
This album is probably their most diverse yet, incorporating many of the sounds you may have heard if you had the opportunity to see them live lately (electronic, reggae).
I can see how die-hards could be upset with this album given all the great expectations. Yes, unfortunately there are moments of mediocrity and uninspiration, but give it a few listens and you will find some of the best LC tracks ever written, including my fave "Nightmare City", "Flying", "Holy Roller", "Choices Mash Up/Happy Shopper", "Sacred Ground", and "Pocket Of Tears."
I know LC has an affinity for covers. While "Tomorrow Never Knows" is very distinctive, "Back In Black", though a valiant endeavor, falls flat right at the get-go.
It is great to have LC back and filling the void they left behind in 1993. This album, while not perfect, is still a testament to the genius that is LC.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Mark L. Dodge on September 30, 2005
Format: Audio CD
The musicianship on this CD is exceptional. Which is something I've come to expect from Living Colour. It's very refreshing to hear new material from these guys. The first thing I noticed about the works on this CD is the somberness portrayed. LC definitely sounds more mature on this project. They also take into account the seriousness and plight of our race on a global scale. I believe this clearly demonstrates where their energy within their own lives is focused. I guess you could say this project has definite spiritual undertones (or overtones, however you want to look at it). Yes... they definitely have something meaningful to say and have done an interesting job portraying it. I'd like to thank them for sharing so much in this day and age. If you're a LC fan you really should buy this CD. Vernon Reid offers up new techniques he's mastered since their last CD that continue to stimulate and impress. Corey Glover demonstrates more vocal diversity here then on any other project they've done. Will Calhoun has grown into a world class percussionist worthy of any genre. Doug Wimbish puts it out there like he never has before. These four tracks on Collide0scope are definitely Grammy worthy:

05 - In Your Name, 07 - Nightmare City, 08 - Lost Halo, 09 - Holy Roller. Yeah, they've evolved. I can't wait to see what's in store next. Thanks Brothers.... for keeping it alive!
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