CD+DVD Reviews

Living Colour – CollideOscope (Silverline DualDisc)

hard rock/heavy metal sounds just a bit outdated

Published on June 2, 2005

Living Colour – CollideOscope (Silverline DualDisc)
Living Colour – Collide0scope; Silverline 284534-2 Dualdisc ***
(music), Zero Stars for yet another format to confuse consumers: 

This disc was originally released in 2003 and the DVDA disc was already
reviewed in the magazine a while back.  There aren’t any
additional extras added.  The DVD side includes a photo gallery
and a video scrapbook set to the music of “Song Without Sin.”  The
album is a mixed bag musically (as discussed in the previous
review).  Like the other Silverline releases, this one offers a DD
mix along with the DVDA and has a Dolby Headphone symbol on the
disc.  It’s preachy hard rock/metal that sounds just a bit dated
by today’s standards.  Songs included are:  Song Without Sin;
A ? Of When; Operation: Mind Control; Flying; In Your Name; Back In
Black; Nightmare City; Lost Halo; Holy Roller; Great Expectation;
Choices Mash Up; Pocket Of Tears; Sacred Ground; Tomorrow Never Knows;
Nova.

-Brian Bloom
 




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