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Join Nickelback as they take the stage in front of 35,000 screaming fans at the world-famous Sturgis “Rockin’ The Rally” show. Nickelback’s first-ever Blu-ray release, LIVE AT STURGIS 2006 captures an explosive show from one of the world’s greatest recording and touring artists. Filmed with 15 high-definition cameras, this definitive concert performance presents the band pounding out 12 hard-rockin’ fan favorites from their multi-million selling albums Silver Side Up, The Long Road and All The Right Reasons. Completely uncensored, this state-of-the-art release also offers distortion-free, 5.1 uncompressed audio. Bonus features include a special behind-the-scenes documentary featurette incorporating backstage interviews with the band, the music video for Rockstar, a Sturgis 101 primer and a photo gallery. Also included is a 12-page booklet featuring liner notes and photography from the show.
I absolutely love Nickelback. This dvd is great. There is something in it for eveyone. Great music, great show, and for the guys-plenty of bare boobs. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Martha H.
I loved this so much, I wish it was longer! This is the unedited version, for those wondering when they receive it and it doesn't have the warning/parental advisory on the... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Debbie Clark-Greenshields
They said this is uncensored, that is why I bought it... But NO, it is NOT and it messes it upPublished 4 months ago by Kenneth Vitto
My favorite concert DVD ! I can watch it over and over again !Published 6 months ago by Kathy Shanks
Wish I had read the reviews first, (normally I do) but, I ordered this because a friend of mine has it and I loved it. Didn't realize it was going to be edited! Read morePublished 7 months ago by jennifer caldera
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