:p thanks man..yeah i agree definitely best unplugged i've ever seen..what bothers me is that they were'nt pro shot more often..most of there shows are recorded on homevideo which sucks..i know MadSeason's live at the moore was recently remastered n put on their albums deluxe edition,i need to get that eventually..and how come pearl jam or the cranberries unplugged never saw a dvd release..unless u want sum thrifty bootleg...and did'nt soundgarden also do a unplugged episode..also i heard staind did a unplugged so i'm gonna need that 1 too..god i love the sound of these hard rock bands when they do these acuostic sessions :P
Post by Johnzilla2179 on Mar 7, 2016 12:55:07 GMT -5
I really liked Black Gives Way to Blue and The Devil Puts Dinosaurs Here. Plenty of fans complained about the newer sound of the records (not to mention the fact that they were heavily compressed and sound kind of bad on digital), but overall I enjoyed myself. Not a patch on Facelift, Dirt, or Jar of Flies, but still better than their 1995 self-titled album to my ears.
Supposedly they're working on a new album due for release sometime this year or next. And they're apparently opening for Guns N' Roses on a few tour dates. Odd pairing in terms of musical style.