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Slipknot: (sic)nesses [Blu-ray]

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{sic}nesses was filmed in high definition when Slipknot headlined the Download Festival in front of 80,000 fans on Saturday June 13th 2009. Among the band's many legendary live shows this performance remains a career highlight and a fitting tribute to bassist and founding member Paul Gray (#2) who died the following year. Originally released by Roadrunner as a double DVD set in September 2010, the program is now being released on Blu-ray with newly remixed DTS 5.1 surround sound so that Slipknot can be seen and heard like never before. / Bonus Features:
45 min film Audible Visions Of {sic}nesses Music videos for Psychosocial , Dead Memories , Sulfur and Snuff plus The Making Of Snuff . / Line-up:
Sid Wilson (#0) turntables; Joey Jordison (#1) drums; Paul Gray (#2) bass; Chris Fehn (#3) custom percussion; Jim Root (#4) guitars; Craig 133 Jones (#5) sampling; Shawn Clown Crahan (#6) custom percussion; Mick Thomson (#7) guitars; Corey Taylor (#8) lead vocals / Track Listing: 1) 742617000027 2) (sic) 3) Eyeless 4) Wait And Bleed 5) Get This 6) Before I Forget 7) Sulfur 8) The Blister Exists 9) Dead Memories 10) Left Behind 11) Disasterpiece 12) Vermilion 13) Everything Ends 14) Psychosocial 15) Duality 16) People = Shit 17) Surfacing 18) Spit It Out

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Product Details

  • Actors: Slipknot
  • Directors: Slipknot
  • Format: Blu-ray, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Eagle Rock Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: July 31, 2012
  • Run Time: 159 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (82 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0085KGHOK
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,442 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By Christopher Wilkins on September 21, 2012
Format: Blu-ray
this review is for the Blu-ray of this concert only. i'm probably not as big of a Slipknot fan as other people out there, but i picked up this disc after finding it in the store and am very pleased at how great of a job the producers did putting this together. the video is full 1080p high definition, and the audio quality is just as great featuring both a DTS-HD Multi channel track as well as a high resolution LPCM Stereo (uncompressed audio) track as well. special features included in this release is a 45 minute documentary and music videos from the album All Hope Is Gone. i'm very pleased with this release and would recommend it to anyone considering purchasing this.
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I was lucky enough to see Slipknot live on their "All Hope is Gone" tour, and an impressive show it was, easily ranking in my top 3 for best concerts ever. So, I was really happy to see this DVD coming. This is their performance at the 2009 Download festival. This is easily one of the best Live DVD's that you will ever see. There's really not much more to say about it. If you're even a casual Slipknot fan, seeing them in their element, doing what they love to do and excel at is simply incredible. I'm not really sure what the people giving it low ratings just because it's not Blu-Ray is all about. First of all, you havn't seen it. You're whining and giving a review/rating based on format. Are you people really so brainwashed by popular culture that you can't even buy a concert disc of one of your favorite bands, just because it isn't the latest and *supposedly* greatest? Sorry, I've done the Blu Ray-DVD comparison, and I don't understand the hype anyway. Someone said "Don't buy this and make a statement." Make what statement? Make the statement that you're a tool, and will buy whatever the corporate media tells you to buy. Get real. While you're whining about your overpriced Blu Ray crap, the rest of us are watching an awesome concert from one of the greatest Metal bands of our time.
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Seems to be alot of bashing about not being bluray. Consider the following. This concert was filmed at the 2009 Download Festival at Donnington Park which Slipknot headlined. The original footage was from a webcast of the festival. I would think that the footage intended for webcast would not exactly be of the HD/Bluray quality that everyone is demanding here. This concert was phenominal, you can see much of it on video sites on the web. I am glad I am going to be able to relive the concert on DVD, isn't that what we should be looking for here.
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This is a must have for any Slipknot fan!
I loved the concert and the extra's on this Blu-Ray! Slipknot was wonderful in their performance!
The Blu-Ray was very well done, and super crisp and clear!
This is something every fan of Slipknot needs to have in their collection! Really good coverage!
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Bands today are actually spending significant money to make decent concert DVD's and it's starting to show.

The band RUSH has mastered the ability to market and retail themselves via these concert DVD's.

Anyway, this is a balls to the wall rocker of a DVD.

The camera work is decent. At the beginning of the video, many in the crowd have these flags on long poles that block the view of the band. The camera crew must have realized this because by the forth song all the flags were gone. Other than that, camera work was good with good angles, views, well centered and steady.

I thought the sound was well mixed with everyone well represented.

This DVD is a straight-forward concert just as would be if you were physically there. I REALLY appreciate that... No self-gratifying interviews, cartoons or silliness mixed within the concert footage.

There's a bonus section that contains features such as, music videos and some interviews. The typical stuff found on every other music DVD you buy today.

Pick it up, you won't be disappointed.

Enjoy...
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here is a comparison of the two: Disasterpieces is more brutal, the editing is way faster and the visual experience is stimulating, plus the DVD has more features. we all know Disasterpieces is a Masterpiece, how could they top it? you might be skeptical. well, this is Sicnesses. sicnesses is technically better, the nine layers of music is more tightly knit together, everything blends together better, and the sound is excellent. this is more no-nonsense, basically what your getting is one amazing concert. the footage you've seen may have been from the web-cast, trust me, the sound is WAY better on the actuall DVD, that includes the vocals, there was an echo on the web cast that is not on the DVD, the vocals are excellent when u hear them on the DVD. this is just as good then as disasterpieces. the two dvd's work for different moods, want the most brutal concert? watch disasterpieces, want a techinically superior concert? watch sicnesses. its sooooooo good.
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First off, I'm a 47 year old male. I LIKE these guys, but I'm certainly no ate-up, hardcore maggot. It's just that, there are days where I have an itch and these guys are the cure to what ails me. To me, they're hit and miss. Some of their CDs are great, some aren't so hot. The same goes with their DVD's. "Behind the nine" was, IMHO, a miss. Great interviews, but I wanted music, not art. "DISASTERPIECES" was a hit. Honestly, I didn't think they could top that. It had what I wanted. BUT........this one, (sic)nesses, is top-shelf stuff. Being an outdoor concert, I didn't expect too much. I was wrong. The camerawork is excellent and very clear. Good angles and pan shots. But, what REALLY impressed me, was the SOUND. I appreciate a good mix on a concert DVD, but it's usually too much guitar, or too much audience. This one is spot on. Not only can you HEAR Joey and his ridiculously fast feet, but you can FEEL them. If you have any sort of surround system with reasonable subs, you WILL irritate the neighbors. This one is a 'must have', whether you're a hardcore fan or not.
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