In Flames
Used & Abused...In Live We Trust



by Foodforthegods USER (35 Reviews)
September 25th, 2005 | 7 replies

Release Date: 2005 | Tracklist

I've waited This DVD for a while and I'm not dissapointed at all. This DVD is perfect! It's basically 2 live shows. The First One Is live at Hammersmith in London(UK). This one is nice. The Band use A lot Of Pyro And the Crowd Is Really pumped up. The Show Start with Pinball Map and a great opening For Anders(Singer). The Guitars sound on this DVD is Awesome. It's So Brutal! The Band Also play ***ing hostile as a tribute to Dimebag Darrel.The best song on this show are : Pinbal Map, ***ing Hostile, Cloud Connected, Trigger and Behind Space.

The Second Show Is Live At Sticky Finger. They Played two sets. The First ONe is basically all the songs of Soundtrack To Your Escape. It's pretty interesting to listen to this album with a live sound because it's sound a lot better. Some guitar lead were inexistant on the record but on this dvd it adds a new dimension of the record. Superhero Of The Computer Age Is a good exemple.

Goods: My Sweet Shadows, Evil In A Closet, Borders And Shadings,Bottled.

The Second Part Is basically classic in flames song. The Setlist is pretty good but some big classic are not played(Bullet Ride, Gyroscope, Ordinary Story, CLayman,). This Part is my favorite of the dvd. The band is awesome and seems to have a lot of fun to play the songs.
Goods:Moonshield, Food For The Gods, Jotun, Embody The Invisible, Cloud Connected.

The last part of the first dvd is two songs played during the soundtrack to your escape tour(Clayman and Only for the Weak). The sound is not as great as the other show but it's still good.

The Second DVD begins with a 50 minutes documentary. You'll see the band talk about their last year of touring, Things about some venu,making of the clips,etc...The only negative point is that Jesper(guitar) don't say a word.But do not buy this if you think it's an historical documentary. The Band Said that they will release a Historical DVD nect year. The Other Section is the video Section.You can see the video for: Quiet Place,Touch Of Red, My Sweet Shadow and Friends. It also countain a version with live image of system and a live version of Dial 595-Escape.
The Last Section Is The SOundcheck. The band play Touch Of Red and Dial 595-Escape during Their Soundcheck. Not very usefull but still interesting.

The band also but easter eggs on the dvd. On the First one you have the encore where they play Episode 666. On The second one, It's a video clip of Borders And Shading. To see this you just have to put the dvd on your computer and play the hidden tracks.

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September 26th 2005


Album Rating: 4.0

cool reveiw, This dvd is awsome the sticky fingers concert is fking hectic that woulda been a killer show to see. The trbiute to Dimebag Darrell was a pretty cool idea, bit dissapiointed they stoped just befor the solo i thaught jesper and bjorn would have both been good enough to play it or mayb just short on time dunno ne ways peace out.

Storm In A Teacup
September 26th 2005


Album Rating: 4.0

Sound cool, nice reveiw for a first. :thumb:

September 28th 2005


I'll probably get this because I love In Flames. I'm just kind of pissed there are so many STYE songs on it. And Jesper doesn't talk, he's my favourite guitarist.

Storm In A Teacup
January 26th 2006


Album Rating: 4.0

The review isn't too good; you need to use spell check.

Drunken Viking
January 26th 2006


I love this DVD, it's my favorite besides KsE's.

Storm In A Teacup
January 26th 2006


Album Rating: 4.0

I bought it today, but haven't watched any yet, I could possibly review it, if I feel like it.

December 22nd 2007


Album Rating: 4.5

Decent review, and the album is magical.

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