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Nine Inch Nails - Live: and All That Could Have Been [DVD] [2002]

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  • Actors: Trent Reznor, Charlie Clouser, Robin Finck, Danny Lohner, Jerome Dillon
  • Directors: Rob Sheridan
  • Producers: John A. Malm Jr.
  • Format: Colour, Dolby, DVD-Video, Explicit Lyrics, PAL
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Universal Island
  • DVD Release Date: 22 April 2002
  • Run Time: 86 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00005RZPO
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 38,284 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

Product Description

Live 1. terrible lie, 2. sin, 3. march of the pigs, 4. piggy, 5. the frail, 6. the wretched,,7. gave up, 8. la mer, 9. the great below, 10. the mark has been made, 11. wish, 12. complication, 13. suck, 14. closer, 15. head like a hole, 16. just like you imagined, 17. starfuckers, inc., 18. hurt.

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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Mr. S. J. Welton on 17 Feb. 2002
Format: DVD
Words cannot do this DVD justice. Let's put things into perspective pretty quickly: it's Nine Inch Nails. It's live. It's awesome.
With a stonking 18 tracks over two discs and some secret extras in there too (which are FANTASTIC) this is the best slice of NIN you'll get. The quality alone is outstanding; I can see why it took so long to get released, the production is first class. Job well done, Trent.
It's a pleasing slog through an amazing back-catalogue of tunes; March of the Pigs, La Mer & The Great Below (beautiful, it almost left me with a tear in my eye), Closer, Head Like a Hole, Starf*cukers... heck, I was gonna say these were stand-out tracks, but to be honest they all are. There are no weak links here. This makes you feel you're there; the energy secretes from the screen, pulls you into the crowd, gets your heart beating. Uh, I can't even think straight. You'll want to go back to it again and again.
From the opener Terrible Lie to Hurt, the show's regular finisher, it's an exhilarating, emotional, downright awe-inspiring journey you'll not want to miss. This is fantastic - I cannot stress that enough.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Dylan on 4 Jan. 2006
Format: VHS Tape
I agree with the majority of the reviews I have read thus far, the general idea is that if you are a NIN fan this is an absolute must buy! There are no fillers on this set list whatsoever... somebody mentioned that they found the instrumental tracks from "The Fragile" boring?? I can only assume that they are more fans of the moshpit, hurt your neck side of Nine Inch Nails because as an unconditional fan of Trents work and a musician myself I was thrilled to lose myself in both the entire "The Fragile" album and these live versions!
I had originally been a little disappointed at the apparent lack of extra's. As any NIN fan knows... we aren't exactly treated much in the way of extra NIN goodness but to my complete delight, after 5 months of owning this DVD I have discovered there are in fact hidden extras!! Can't wait to get it on later and weed them out!
Anyway... Buy it if you are already a fan, buy it if you wanna see evidence that NIN are more than "I wanna f**k you like an animal"
This will hopefully keep me happy until "Closure" finally gets a dvd release! Which I am told under good and inside authority is READY!! it has been for quite some time, there is just some legal red tape to get through :(
Whilst we are waiting...I wouldn't mind a bit of "With Teeth" footage ;)
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 17 Feb. 2002
Format: DVD
I just got my copy of "And all that could have been" on import (I got fed up of waiting!) and to be honest its the best DVD I own! The musical brillience on display here is un-parreled. Nine Inch Nails have got themselves a reputation for being one of the most original bands of today (being compared to Pink Floyd), and this DVD not only acts as a showcase of NIN's live talent, but also of some of there best material from the last 4 albums.
From the first album "Pretty Hate Machine" the tracks "Terrible Lie", "Sin" and "Head Like a Hole" are present, and even though the first NIN's first album sounds far more synthy and electronical than the latest offerings, these tracks fit in the set beautifully. Next up are "Gave Up", "Wish" and "Suck" from the 1992 EP "Broken". These add the more aggressive element of the DVD and you really see how well these songs work in a live environment. Then from "The Downward Spiral" there's "March of the Pigs", "Piggy", "Closer" and "Hurt". Most regard the 'spiral as NIN's best work (a concept album based around the theme of self-destruction), and the songs on display here are indeed the best.
All the materials from NIN's last full lengh "The Fragile" is superbly reproduced with dramatic lighting and 3 huge video screens dramaticising the music at the back of the stage. We also see Mr.Reznor's lighter side with the amazing piano/mandalin piece "La Mer".
I've never seen NIN live but after seeing this I now realise why I have to see them if they ever tour again. The only I complaint I have (which doesnt really count anyways) is that of the picture quality.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Mick E on 13 Jan. 2004
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Having not seen NIN live I honestly didn’t know what to expect from this DVD. My only glimpses of Trent’s stage performances were MTV2’s very occasional showings of the ‘Hurt’ promo and the performance of ‘The Fragile’ on the MTV Awards. While both of these clips were impressive they really left me gagging for more – and here it is.
First off, the sound and picture quality are top-notch, a variety of camera angles are used and are all on hand-held but the picture is almost always rock-steady and always crystal clear. As for the sound, this is without a doubt the loudest DVD I’ve got which, given the nature of NIN’s music, suits the performance perfectly.
The performance itself is tremendous. The energy from the whole band almost leaves you tired just watching them, Trent wiping out his keyboard on ‘Closer’ and Jerome Dillon sending Charlie Clouser flying during ‘March Of The Pigs’. Trent’s voice is excellent throughout and the general playing quality from the whole band is spot-on.
The set-list is mainly well chosen but, as with ‘The Fragile’, there does seem to be too many instrumentals where songs like ‘Into The Void’, ‘The Perfect Drug’ or ‘Ruiner’ would have slotted in nicely.
The extra stuff on the DVD menu isn’t exactly going to get your heart pounding but this is partly made up for by the inclusion of hidden stuff. There is hidden footage of NIN and Marilyn Manson performing part of ‘Starf**kers Inc.
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