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Survive Kaleidoscope

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Underoath's 2008 Survive Kaleidoscope album includes a DVD. Experience more of Underoath with their Live CD/DVD. Hear the crowd singalong and view never before scene footage of Underoath while on tour. This is a must-have for any Underoath fan. 11 tracks.

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (May 27, 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Tooth & Nail Records
  • ASIN: B0017TCSLC
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #172,387 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Jesus on May 28, 2008
Format: Audio CD
Frankly, UnderOath has put out two dvd's before this (777 and the re-release of TOCS) that have been really disappointing. 777 was random and their were barely any live songs. It was a waste of money, honestly. the re-realse DVD was cool and funny, but way too long and all of the live stuff was cut montages that wasn't worthwhile.

However, Survive Kaleidoscope (wtf is that name? haha) is way beyond good. The both the DVD/CD are amazing and a great asset if you enjoy the band. The CD sound is crisp and clear while still keeping a live setting. This cd actually got me super-pumped for their new record coming out becuase I hadnt listened to DTGL in months. The live cd will be in my truck for quite awhile.

The DVD is probably one of the best i've ever seen, especially for their genre of music. The camera angles and multiple shots creat an awesome experience to watch, as well as tying in the videos of the back. The whole DVD is awesome from beginning to start. Perfect quality and perfect sound.

So there you go, finally a good underoath DVD. Pick it up, you won't regret it for sure.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Matthew Hurne on June 7, 2008
Format: Audio CD
First I'll say this - I was at the show that is the live video recording part of this album. To be honest, I think I enjoyed this DVD more than I enjoyed being at the show! The videography is excellent and so is the sound quality. What I enjoyed least about being at the show was the volume level - it was so loud I was distracted by the pain in my ears, not to mention the lack of sound clarity (I know, it sounds lame, but I go to concerts to enjoy the music and the crowd experience, not the volume). Anyway, the sound is a lot clearer on the DVD, and of course I can control the volume to my heart's content.

I haven't listened to the live music CD all the way through yet; I listened to the first few tracks and wasn't all that impressed. But the DVD more than makes up for it!
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Format: Audio CD
So this should have been marketed as their DVD instead of 777, though unfortunately this is only a live concert and does not include any interview with the band or tour footage...but the concert is so much better than what we've seen before. The sound and video is so clear and nicely edited. At first I felt like the angles and cuts didn't really portray the actual energy that Underoath exudes when they are on stage...but as the concert progresses I think you are pulled into the whole experience and it is like having the best seat or place in line at one of their shows. I would highly recommend this CD/DVD combo if only for the DVD show, the songs are performed excellently and the vocals are right where they should be, and in some cases better than the studio recording.
Both the CD and DVD include a mix of songs from their last two albums leaning a bit more on Define the Great Line. Since my personal opinion is that Define has been their best work I am more than happy with the song selection. If you like this band at all I can't possibly imagine you would be disappointed with this purchase, best one I've made all year.
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Format: Audio CD
The thing about this DVD is that it's so well shot and the live album is so good that it makes the whole set. And it IS the whole set. There are no bonus features whatsoever to speak of. Which is incredibly dissapointing, and confusing, seeing as they put such effort into making this an entertaining and visually impressive set that they couldn't make a 5 minute featurette or something.
However, this is so expertly shot and fun to watch that I really doubt anyone will mind. Even thought 777 had a DVD, this is so much better because that was just a lame myspace show. There aren't very many songs to this set, but any Underoath fan should pick it up.
Also, the CD quality is terrific, it made me a fan of DTGL all over again. I can't wait to see them perform their new songs live, it should be a blast, but let's just hope their next DVD is more fulfilling.
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By John J. Mctigue on February 15, 2009
Format: Audio CD
Obviously, this is an album for the fans, and despite having no new content...nothing, in fact, besides the live show...it still is worth the money if you enjoy Underoath's music at all. I know their previous live DVDs have been utter crap, and I used to think they were just a studio band, but after watching this show, and recently seeing them live, I can conclude that they deserve their popularity. They're not sell-outs (let's just forget TOCS, alright?) and continue to make thoughtful, incredible music.

As far as the actual production and shooting quality...outstanding. The camerawork is some of the best you'll ever see for a band recording, and the sound quality is miles above "777" and their other previous works. Simply top-notch.
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Format: Audio CD
What can I say? Underoath has more than proven themselves to be the best hardcore band that ever lived. TOCS was a little poppy, a little "not" Underoath. DGL was perfection, (I listened to it several times a day for a long time) and now "Lost in the Sound of Separation" has proven all other Underoath CD's to be a warmup.

Survive, Kaleidoscope basically takes you the front row of an Underoath concert. What could be better? Oh, maybe the fact that the bands BEST songs up through Define the Great Line are done to perfection (with added harmonies and guitar parts) Or maybe the fact that Spencer Chamberlain gives his personal testimony for Jesus Christ. Whatever your motives in getting this, you'll love it.
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