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Disasterpieces (2002)

Video  -  Music  -  26 November 2002 (USA)
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Recorded live in London, England, this nine-(masked)-man band performs a live concert full of chaos, pyros, light effects, and 15 songs of heavy metal from their first two albums. Shot with... See full summary »

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Recorded live in London, England, this nine-(masked)-man band performs a live concert full of chaos, pyros, light effects, and 15 songs of heavy metal from their first two albums. Shot with over 30 cameras, including ones on strapped on some of the members' masks and instruments. Also includes backstage footage before and after the show. Written by Sycho666

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More than 15 songs, shot using more than 30 cameras in a London arena. See more »

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[about the fans at the signing in Paris]
Corey: I'm gonna let you in a little secret. All those people, are fucking out of their fucking minds. It's not my fault. I don't know who's fault it is. But it's not my fault.
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Written by Corey Taylor
Performed by Slipknot
Courtesy of Roadrunner Records
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9.0 and Disaster
7 June 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The best live DVD i have ever seen in my life by one of my favorite bands ever is a must buy. If you have the 9.0: Live CD from Slpknot, you already have the sound to it.

Me and my friends all bought Disasterpeices, and of course loved it, and then bought the CD, and noticed almost half of the songs (or more!) were actually just the Disasterpoeices DVD just without picture.

There are many special features on the DVD such as: Live performances - 10/10 Videos - 8/10 Alternate Camera views - 5/10 there are a few more, only i don't remember them. But over all, the performances are amazing, but his singing isn't the best, but that's because of their masks and Corey's tired vocals. They only sound bad on the live CD.

Warning: expect profanity, and lots of it!


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