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  1. Keegs

    Keegs In the Starting Line-Up

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    Ok so i love Music DVDs. I think they are great. Whether it be concerts or dvds of a band's music videos.

    I like to play poker with all my free time so when im playing, music DVDs are the perfect thing to have playing. you can watch or listen or both.

    anyways, these are a few of my favorites...

    Pink Floyd P.U.L.S.E. - amazing, 2nd disc has entire dark side of the moon live
    Motley Crue - Greatest Video Hits - even if you don't like them you might like this, they have some badass videos.
    Jime Hendrix - live at woodstock

  2. BelichickFan

    BelichickFan B.O. = Fugazi PatsFans.com Supporter

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    #12 Jersey

    I like them but don't have the patience to watch them. I have afew Iron Maiden shows and my favorite is probably Dream Theater - Score as they're sick musicians. But I have a short attention span :(
  3. Michael

    Michael Moderator Staff Member PatsFans.com Supporter

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    #12 Jersey

    Some of my favs:

    Sheryl Crow - Rockin' the Globe Live
    Sade - Lovers Live
    Pink Floyd - The Making of The Dark Side of the Moon

    Of course I saw both of the first 2 tours live so that adds to the enjoyment. But, in some cases a great concert video can be ruined by poor direction. Such is the case with Peter Gabriel - Growing Up Live.
  4. Terry Glenn is a cowgirl

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    The Cure - Trilogy.

    Roger Waters - 2000 Portland, Or Concert (forgot the name of it).

    Nine Inch Nails - And All That Could Have Been

    "This review is to tell all of you loyal NIN fans how to get to the "Beneath The Surface" secret menu, to enjoy even MORE than the 2 disc concert that you all abosolutely love. It's also to inform people on how to get to it, whom didn't even know it existed, so they can enjoy MORE than just the 2 DVD concert and still photos.

    The EXACT way to gain access to the "Beneath The Surface" easter egg menu is as follows:


    Select the song "Head Like a Hole" on DISC 2.

    At the "11:20" mark on your DVD player timer, hit the number "7" on your controller, then, press "Enter" on it.

    You will then be treated to the SECRET "Easter Egg" and or "Beneath The Surface" menu. The Beneath The Surface menu contains the following:

    1.) A LIVE performance of the song "Reptile." (A superb version done live..It's cool when it hits the quiet point and Trent is saying "please don't hurt me..." This performance is live, but during most of the performance, none of the audiance can be heard.)

    2.) The scrapped Music Video for the track, "The Day The World Went Away." (The video is kind of boring, but the music video version of the song is really awesome. It's the live version, but without the live audiance in the background during most of the instrumentals. It also ends LIVE.)

    3.) NineTyNine commercial.

    4.) A promotional commercial for, "The Fragile."

    5.) A promotional commercial for, "Things Falling Apart."

    6.) Marilyn Manson & Nine Inch Nails doing "Starf**kers Inc." live. (But only the end of it...Manson comes in right as the song ends. Not to mention, the clip starts just about as the song ends...nothing too special.)

    7.) Marilyn Manson & Nine Inch Nails doing "The Beautiful People" live. (Whole song...Trent on Guitars! Very cool song to see Manson and Trent doing together! Don't skip this!)

    That's it for the Beneath The Surface menu. But here's some extra secret stuff you may want to consider trying out. Not that important, but fun to try.


    On DISC 1, select the song "Gave Up."

    At around the "26:58" mark on your DVD player, press "Enter."

    You will then get a wide shot of the stage, for the song being performed. (Some people can't get this to work, but I assure you, it'll work if you just keep trying.)

    And there you have it my fellow Reznorians, all of the secrets of the And All That Could Have Been DVD have been revealed. Try them out, and have fun. They're defanantly worth the discovery if you're bored of the concert, and didn't know about the hidden extras, or aren't bored of the concert, and just want something new to add to the flavor of the DVD set."

    Death Bringer "chyldoffilth" (Kelso, WA)

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