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Disturbed: M.O.L.

4.5 out of 5 stars 24 customer reviews

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  • Actors: Disturbed
  • Directors: Nathan "Karma" Cox
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Dolby, DTS Surround Sound, NTSC, Special Edition
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Warner Bros / Wea
  • DVD Release Date: June 4, 2002
  • Run Time: 150 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000067J4F
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #161,227 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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There is a total of 11 songs on this DVD: The songs include: "want, conflict, stupify, Fear, voices, droppin plates, Shout 2000, Down with the sickness, the game ", **plus** Bonus: "perfect insanity", and "A welcome Burden". Some of the footage is videos some is live performances. All songs on here are NOT clips, all these are full, and uninterupted. On both the videos and live performances, the sound and picture are very good qaulity. This was deffinitly made for DVD. Only complaint in this area is some of the older footage of the band is grainy, VHS quality, But the good thing is they do not show too much of this footage in the video. 95% of the video quality is awsome, and sharp. Besides music, they have plenty of backstage antics, and partying, similar to pantera's DVD. They also tell the orgin of Disturbed and do Bio's on each member, plus each member tells stories. It is a very well rounded DVD, it covers all corners. It is reasonably priced too. Ive watched this 3 times, so there may be even more hidden things on here that I have not yet discovered (although i think i got them all), but I can tell you it is over 2 1/2 hours of entertainment, plus after you have watched all the backstage footage and get tired of that they have an option to just play the songs on the DVD (unlike pantera's DVD). Enjoy!
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Disturbed: M.O.L. (Meaning of Life) is Disturbed's first DVD, and it's a good one. It's not Frat Party at the Pankcake Festival good, but it's watchable. It features everything you'd expect from a band's official home video: live performances (featuring "Fear", "Shout 2000" and way more), music videos (all 3 from The Sickness, "Down With The Sickness", "Stupify" & "Voices"), how they got together, ect. I don't know why the first reviewer said it was too serious, I don't know. It shows the band playing jokes on each other and all that .... The band's from Chicago, and there's a lot of references to their hometown in it. I'd recommend this to you if you are a fan, and like more than 6 songs off both their albums, otherwise it's not really worth it. Later.
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A little bit of it is hard to watch, you can FF through those parts. LOL The guys talk about the origin of the band and I really liked the guys' comments about each other (except for the excessive ranting about Fuzz's pants). There are some bonus tracks (A Welcome Burden--shown with recording studio footage, Perfect Insanity--with amateur music video). Get to see bits of some really early footage of them performing Want during the clubbing days. Also, you get the unedited videos for Voices, Down With the Sickness, and Stupify. So many fun and interesting bits and pieces of stuff to watch. I think my favorite part is when they play Violence (...) while showing clips of David and Dan goofing around in the recording studio (it ends with a clip of Johnny saying something like, "turn that off, it's gay!") LOL. I hope they make another one.
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At times it is raw but this dvd shows the bands members talking about their origin and start of their rise to success. I love the interviews and honesty the band members share about it's fans and each other. Some really cool videos and live shots as well. Any Disturbed fan should own this and enjoy their humble beginnings and their road traveled to where they would end up at now.
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This is great. Really. It is absolutely hilarious, it gives you some really neat info on the band, has some cool live shows, backstage stuff and all 3 of their music videos from, "The Sickness". I really suggest it for any huge Disturbed fans, or shall i say, "Disturbedees".
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Man, this DVD rocks!! I've loved Disturbed since they did the entrance theme for Stone Cold Steve Austin and after seeing this many many times I love them a whole helluva lot more! I recommend this DVD to anyone who is 'Disturbed'! It's just a shame I can only give it 5 stars though!
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Disturbed have been quoted as saying they hope their music can be a tribute to Black Sabbath. As much as Sabbath was ground-breaking, I feel Disturbed has surpassed them. I love the energy of the music, the depth of the lyrics, the melodies (yes *melodies* in metal songs!). I feel Disturbed and a handful of other bands like Chevelle and Seether have succeeded in creating a new genre: melodic metal. After I listen to Disturbed, just about every other style of music seems limp, bland, and without energy. There are other bands with the intensity of Disturbed, but few have their diverse, intricate, catchy melodies.

This DVD has some live music (some even quite old... like when David had some hair!), but personally, I prefered the behind-the-scenes, backstage, between-gigs stuff. The guys are *real*... they don't have attitudes. When you see David Draiman in concert, you would expect that the commanding presence he portrays on stage would also be part of him in real life, but it isn't. He's very down-to-earth and personable, laying on some hotel bed, clutching a pillow, talking about life, the universe, and everything. There's a segment on each of the guys, where the other three talk about them. After watching this DVD I had two regrets... I felt it unfortunate that Fuzz had left the band, because at least on this DVD, they sure seemed to get along. The second regret was that I didn't know of the band back when they were playing small clubs around Chicago, because I would have gone to all their shows.

The bottom line for me on this DVD is that these are very talented, hard-working, happy guys, who are thrilled to be able to make a living at playing music. These are guys I would like to invite to my bar-b-ques.
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