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post #31 of 35
Has anyone checked out Iron Maiden En Vivo!? Haven't pulled the trigger on that one since I already own Flight 666 --- this one also absolutely rocks: 16 songs played in 16 different venues stretching 5 continents; both the documentary and the concert discs are top notch, and this I say about owning it on DVD --- it has great DTS 96/24 sound and the VQ is as good. Still, En Vivo! has almost all newer songs which makes it that much more interesting in my book, as I do like their newer stuff, and En Vivo! would complement --- except maybe for 4 or 5 classic songs --- nicely!


So there, I've added Flight 666 on this list, as well!


Scorpions: Live In 3D +1!


Also, check out Joe Satriani: Satchurated - Live In Montreal! Awesome Dolby TrueHD 7.1 mix! Oh, and this one is also 3D!
post #32 of 35
I just watched Staind Live at Mohegan Sun . Awesome, PQ VQ is great and Aaron is always the man
post #33 of 35
I would kil for a bluray of Tool, A Perfect Circle or Days of the New. I've seen Tool ten times, APC twice and DOTN three times. Sadly, I doubt I'll ever see any released. Guess I just have to hope they keep touring.
post #34 of 35
This is an awesome thread! Let's keep it alive!!

Radiohead- King of Limbs- Live from the Basement
post #35 of 35
Porcupine Tree

They are an amazing band with great sound, technical ability and thoughtful lyrics.

Arriving Somewhere - Great older songs, superb sound

Anesthesize - You can see the influence of many prog bands from the 70's. Blu-ray sound.
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