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Incubus - Alive At Red Rocks - (DVD/CD combo in DVD digipak)

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This set includes the band's first long-form live concert DVD, recorded at the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre in 2004. Shot in stunning high definition and presented in widescreen, the show includes live versions of recent smash hits. Also included ar

Special Features

  • Includes bonus CD with five unreleased tracks
  • Five unreleased concert visuals
  • MX multi-channel video feature
  • Photo gallery
  • Backstage and soundcheck bonus footage

Product Details

  • Format: Color, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo), English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Sony Legacy
  • DVD Release Date: November 23, 2004
  • Run Time: 343 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (55 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0006709MG
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #94,946 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Incubus - Alive At Red Rocks - (DVD/CD combo in DVD digipak)" on IMDb

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"Alive At Red Rocks," Incubus' third DVD release is quite a gem for any Incubus fan to have. The entire 19 song (almost 2 hours) set the band peformed on July 26, 2004 at the legendary Red Rocks amphitheater is presented on this set, along with a bonus audio CD of extra material. You really can't go wrong with this package. Incubus put out one of the most energetic performances on this disc, with some of the best songs from all four of their major label full-length releases (mostly favoring material from "Make Yourself" and "A Crow Left Of The Murder"). Sure, material from the "Fungus Amongus/Enjoy Incubus" era is missed and the band does pass over a few obvious hits (i.e. "New Skin" and "Warning"), but the quality of the show and the performance by the band more than makes up for these minor flaws. As always, as heard in just about every live recording of Incubus, the band spices up some of their more familiar tunes with some jam sessions or all together alternate compositions. Most noticeably in this set is their alteration of "Drive" which has a completely different musical landscape than the original. The sprawling "Sick Sad Little World" is extended into an eleven minute piece (which is great, seeing as it is my personal favorite from "ACLOTM") and fan favorites like "A Certain Shade Of Green" and "The Warmth" make worthy appearances. The concert is thoroughly entertaining and the crowd compliments the band's energy very well. Also included on the DVD is about thirteen minutes of behind-the-scenes footage, mostly covering the pre-show routine. The CD portion contains five bonus tracks, two of which are live songs ("Circles" and "Are You In?") that, oddly enough, are not from this particular concert.Read more ›
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Forget the days when Incubus simulated the sounds of Rage Against The Machine, Korn or the Red Hot Chili Peppers in their post-grunge days. Incubus is moving forward with their own brand of originality, making "Alive at Red Rocks" a must see.

"Fungus Amongus" (1995) brought the world a funkier version of Rage Against The Machine. 1997's "S.C.I.E.N.C.E." was a huge step forward. Although they jumped into the whole rap-metal mess with Limp Bizkit and Korn, the record was much more endearing, mainly due to the fact that the band's hip-hop influence came from the DJ as opposed to Brandon Boyd (singer). "Make Yourself" (1999) showed Incubus really settling into their sound, reminiscent of the Red Hot Chili Peppers' funk-rock style, sounding much more comfortable than their past efforts. It's also been their most successful mainstream hit to date. The lessons from "Make Yourself" definitely apply to their follow-up 2001 release of "Morning View", where they ditch the nu-metal/rap-metal sound and focus on expanding the sounds of "Make Yourself". "A Crow Left of the Murder" marks their most significant and welcomed change in years. You don't get the sense that Incubus sounds like other bands on this record, it simply sounds like Incubus; fresh, original and mind-blowing. If you are like myself, welcoming change in an artistically growing band, and not whining about how they should return to the rap/metal days of "S.C.I.E.N.C.E.", you are just gonna love this DVD!

Everyone in the band pulls their weight flawlessly in this concert. Every member gets their jaw dropping moments to shine in the show. Brandon Boyd has never sounded better, hitting those highs, lows and everything in between cleaner and clearer than ever.
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Granted I have a slightly bias opinion because I am a HUGE Incubus fan. However more importantly, if you are an Incubus fan to any degree you MUST purchase this DVD. I have seen them in concert 5 times including an insane performance in Philadelphia and an very unique appearance at the Bridge School Benefit Concert. This performance at Red Rocks gave me more respect for them as artists than I have ever had (and they were infalable to me already!) Drawing on their own feeling of awe at the sight of a sea of 9000 people in such an historic venue, each member seemed to push their performance to a new level. Bassist Ben Kenney, typically withdrawn in his own world on the left side, instead spent most of the concert staring at the crowd like it was Christmas at Rockafeller Center. Brandon, who is already very vocal with the audience, offered continuous insights into how overwhelmed he was to be playing there. Bottom line, this was the best performance I've ever seen them give, the best crowd I've heard (that include bootlegs and video of other concerts), and Red Rocks is the best outdoor venue in the United States.
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Rock group Incubus is at its finest in Alive at Red Rocks. Filmed during their 2004 U.S. summer tour, the DVD is packed with incredible footage of Incubus playing before a sold out awesome crowd playing a total of 19 memorable songs from albums such as Make Yourself, Morning View, and the recent A Crow Left of the Murder. Hardcore fans of the band will undoubtedly want this as a collector's dream. With concert footage extending more than an hour, Incubus plays their hearts out to the thousands of fans huddled in the beautiful venue of Red Rocks. Extra footage includes backstage and sound check features and included is a bonus audio CD featuring 3 newly recorded tracks (studio version of Pantomime, the single off the Halo 2 soundtrack Follow, and Monuments & Melodies recorded during the sessions of the band's latest record). But the heart of this DVD/CD combo is definitely the concert itself, filmed in numerous different camera views, and truly bringing the show directly to the viewer. While many of Incubus' well-known mainstream hits are played, it is the lesser-known songs that truly capture (at least for me) the awesome musical power that the band gives off.Read more ›
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