Family Values Tour 2001 Explicit Lyrics
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Ori. Release '02 produced by Josh Abraham , features contemporary rock's biggest bands, including live tracks by Stone Temple Pilots, Staind, Linkin Park, Static-X and Deadsy. Also includes bonus enhanced footage with exclusive video.
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FVT 2001 lined up 3 of my fav bands - Stone Temple Pilots, Linkin Park and Staind - one big stinker that i never liked - Static X - and the newcomers from Deadsy.
There are 2 bad things about this CD: the fiasco called "Push it", from Static X, and the fact that it's too short.
The rest is amazing. Stone Temple Pilots needs no introduction. Their live songs sound perfect. This cd has 2 good songs - Vasoline and Secret Garden - plus 2 great ones - an amazing version of Wonderful, featuring Chester from Linkin Park, and the great Creep, featuring Aaron Lewis.
Linkin Park also needs no introduction. Their live force is huge. Energy is released throughout all of their songs. Great work guys.
Staind - another band that sings live absolutely awesome. You already know Fade and It's Been Awhile... but the biggest surprise of this album is "Black", a Pearl Jam song, performed live on acoustic guitar by Aaron Lewis. It touches you. Deeply. Best song of the album, no doubt. Aaron sings with so much passion and angst - really close to perfection.
Some words about the new band, Deadsy... they perform Tom Sawyer, the song is pretty good, but their live performance doesn't live up to the expectations. Still they are beginners and i'm sure we'll hear good things about them in the future.
All in all, this CD is worth your money. Almost one hour of great music that nobody should miss.
The album starts of with a blistering STP "Vasoline" (the first live track on CD of STP, aren't they overdue for a live album?), followed by Likin Park's equally scortching "Runaway", and then Staind's best track ever "Fade". There are many other choice cuts on this album, including Static-X's "Cold", STP's "Wicked Garden" (with some nice banter by Scott Weiland about being born in San Jose, where this track was recorded) and the album closer by Linkin Park's "One Step Closer", just terrific, the energy jumps out at you!
The major flaw in this album is to include 2 of STP's "unplugged" tracks, the truly dreadful "Wonderful" and "Creep", which of course is a classic, but... as in the concert, they are out of place, and bring down the energy completely. What were they thinking? So no 5 stars...