Karma to Burn - Live 2009-Reunion Tour
Karma to Burn
|Play time:||182 min.|
More than three and a half hours of instrumental Stoner Rock from the band's 2009 reunion tour in West Virginia, Ohio, Maryland, as well as cult cuts from e.g. Dynamo Festival 1997.
Tracklist - Live 2009 - Reunion Tour
- 1.Thirty five
- 2.Thirty six
- 13.Thirty five
- 17.Thirty two
- 19.Thirty nine
- 20."20" (Video)
- 23.Thirty six
- 24.Thirty four
- 25.Seven / Twenty four / La grange / Backstage in Europe 1997 / One / Thirteen / The nuge / Twenty five / Thirty one / Twenty eight / Thirty two
- 26.One / Three / Twenty two / Ten / Eleven / Six
- 29.Twenty (Video)
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This cute little package is a fantastic deal. There's an awful lot of bang-for-your-very-little-buck here: over three hours of live footage plus two studio tracks (audio only) that were new at the time of its release and the promo video clip for one of those tracks. Some of the tracks are repeated -inevitably as there's footage here shot at several different live shows and from both their 2009 reunion tour and their early years (1997-99). Also, some of the earlier recordings have pretty ropey sound and image -but then they are included as bonus footage and the release is upfront about them being fan-filmed "bootlegs" so there's nothing to complain about. I came to this DVD as pretty much knowing nothing about Karma To Burn, attracted by their name, the cover art and (best of all) the absolute bargain bucket nature of EMP's price for this little beauty. I am now a fully-formed convert to Karma To Burn's unique brand of (largely) instrumental riff mongery and find it hypnotic, cathartic and just downright groovy. This is rock music stripped to its bare bones of the unholy trinity of guitar, bass and drums, riff and rhythm, melody and mesmerism, with no solos, no vocals, no lyrics, no fancy pants imagery and no compromise. From these basic blocks of sound, Karma To Burn construct towering and awe-inspiring edifices of rock power and transport the listener to a pure, primeval place of inner peace through joyful dance. Live is clearly their best medium and this DVD showcases their considerable talent to the full and does a pretty good job of capturing some of the atmosphere of the shows too. Best of all, did I mention how ridiculously cheap the lovely people at EMP are selling it for? Jump in at the deep end -I did and I'm loving every minute of it!
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