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Thrice: If We Could See Us Now [DVD]

Thrice    Exempt   Audio CD
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  • Actors: Thrice
  • Format: Colour, DVD-Video, PAL
  • Language: English
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Classification: Exempt
  • Studio: Universal Island
  • DVD Release Date: 11 April 2005
  • Run Time: 186 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0007V5XFE
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 110,780 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)


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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars A patchy collection 30 Sep 2010
Format:Audio CD
This collection of b-sides, session tracks and cover versions is a mixed bag.

This set was released soon after Thrice's third album, The Artist In The Ambulance, the album that for me defined 2003, together with 'Hail to the Thief' by Radiohead. After the consistent quality of '...Ambulance' this album is slightly disappointing. The live tracks suffer from a poor mix and (dare I say it?) a poor performance and it is really clear how Thrice have developed as a live band in the last few years when you compare these tracks with those on Live at the House of Blues: +DVD.

It is still worth buying this though, as openers of the audio CD Eclipse and Motion Isn't Meaning are pretty good, as is the acoustic version of Stare at the Sun. The Thriced-up version of Eleanor Rigby takes some getting used to but is also quite good fun.

One for collectors only perhaps.
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5.0 out of 5 stars amazing 28 April 2013
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I'm a big Thrice fan and have been looking for this CD for ages. totally enjoyed watching it. gutted they've taken a break
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5.0 out of 5 stars It's all about the B - sides 10 Jun 2005
By J - Dizzle - Published on
Format:Audio CD
For those of you who think this is new stuff - this ISN'T new stuff. "Eclipse" and "Motion Isn't Meaning" are tracks that were left off of The Artist In The Ambulance - "Eclipse" is easily better than most of the songs that were put on The Artist In The Ambulance. "Eleanor Rigby" and "Send Me an Angel" are covers, and they were recorded a while ago. "That Hideous Strength" is a track that wasn't put on The Illusion Of Safety - it kicks serious ass and should have been put on the cd. The different version of "So Strange I Remember You" is pretty good (VERY different though - a lot of keyboard usage). The cd also has live acoustic versions of a couple songs from TAITA. The acoustic version of their song "The Artist In The Ambulance" is really good. They change it up a little bit. I think I like it better than the electric verion. I don't think I can get tired of this cd.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Thrice Just Keep On Getting Better 12 May 2005
By Chris Conlan ( - Published on
Format:Audio CD
Review by Cory Rennison:

Thrice is a band that can always take someone by surprise. Progression has always seemed to be a key factor for what has become one of Island Records most successful bands. Incase you couldn't get enough Thrice in your life; they've released their first DVD for everyone's viewing pleasure. Even if you hate this band, fans of band documentaries are about to be blown away.

If We Could Only See Us Now isn't just a little teaser for Thrice's CDs and/or live shows. There's tons of work put into this documentary. Footage of everything from the band's first show, recording their first album, selling CDs out of the back of their cars, scoring a record deal, dealing with life on the road, and so much more can be found on this DVD. The band's personal reflection of how they got where they are today is an incredibly interesting and inspirational story. If the documentary isn't enough for you, there are a slew of extras such as Thrice music videos and live performances.

Packaged with the DVD is a bonus CD-EP which featuring 9 tracks consisting of a couple new songs, live recordings, b-sides, and previously released material from compilation albums. It serves as a nice collection of songs for diehard Thrice fans that might not have heard the material, but being as inconsistent as it is, it's not a very good introduction to people who haven't heard the band previously.

Current fans of Thrice will love every single bit of this DVD/CD package. If you could care less about Thrice, you should still borrow the DVD from a friend that might own it for the sake of seeing a band documentary so beautifully pieced together.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Not new but still great 7 May 2005
By Frankenchrist - Published on
Format:Audio CD
As most rock fans know, THRICE has swept the globe over the past few years with a style that is devoid of labeling. They have created music that would fall into a plethora of categories like post hardcore, emo, metalcore and melodic metal yet their fans still come back time and again for more of this diverse music. As a part treat and part self-indulgence, THRICE release a CD/DVD package with previously unreleased music, live cuts and covers that haven't seen a pressing. Fans of THRICE should already have their hands on this and if they don't...they will soon. You won't hear anything "new" or from their upcoming album but just same, you can't be unhappy or unimpressed with either their acoustical version of "Stare at the Sun" or the audacious covers of the BEATLES "Eleanor Rigby" and insert name here "Send Me an Angel." You probably never knew the BEATLES could sound to tough. Be aware though, there are only nine songs on the CD so don't look for anything too grand. The DVD by itself is well worth your hard earned cash. It really was a comprehensive representation of who they are, what they do and it also allows you to gain insight into their lives. The live cuts on the disc are also well-rounded and moderately well produced. The long and short of is; the fans of THRICE will love it while those who haven't heard of them before (which is a small group who probably live in a cave) would benefit from picking up either "The Illusion of Safety" or "The Identity Crisis."
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Good Stuff 25 May 2006
By IAmMichael - Published on
Format:Audio CD
Considering that this isn't a full album and that it has b-sides (tracks that weren't good enough to make it to full-length albums or just didn't fit, for those of you who didn't know what that meant), covers, and live music it's a really good album. Plus the movie that comes with it is just awesome. You "get to know" the band better through it, and it's just cool all around. I bought it and didn't regret it, I even lost it and can't ever watch it again or listen to the songs, but I still don't regret buying it. If you're a hard-core Thrice fan, such as myself, then you'll enjoy this a lot. If you're a luke-warm fan, this could still be your favorite band movie. If you have the money, and all other Thrice albums then get it. If you're trying to decide between this and any of their full-length albums, get those instead.

Hope that was helpful.


I would just like to say to all of the people bickering about whether or not Thrice is a Christian band. Why does it matter? They make great music and that's all we need to know. If you would like to read into their music in a Christian way, then by all means do. But music is poetry, and poetry has infinite meanings, which vary depending on the listener. Basically believe what you will, but don't push it on other people because it doesn't necessarily mean the same thing to everyone. Just my two cents...
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Getting Intimate with Thrice 14 July 2006
By D. Kim - Published on
Format:Audio CD
If you loved their album Artist in the Ambulance and/or a Thrice fan, this is an AWEOSOME CD to get.

There are two CDs included in this product.

First, there is an audio CD that has nine songs including four remixes from their previous songs (three from Artist in the Ambulance and one from Illusion of Safety).

But the second CD, the DVD, is what I want to go into detail since I didn't really notice any previous reviews mentioning this. It contains a rough two hour journey from when Dustin meets Teppei in high school to the band's big break into the mainstream. I'm disappointed that the band never released any concert DVDs, but this certainly makes up for it to see them narrate their journey and the members of Thrice goofing off and having fun.

Also, the DVD includes three music videos such as "Stare at the Sun."

In general, Thrice is one of the best rock bands with their rocking beats that hits you right on the heart and thought-provoking lyrics that strikes you on the mind.

This is a perfect companion to enjoy along with The Artist in the Ambulance.
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