Skillet Comatose Comes Alive with DVD

// July 6th, 2013 // Music, Skillet
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Skillet Comatose Comes Alive with DVD

Skillet’s first live offering on both CD and DVD, shot at their May 9th, 2008 concert at the Tivoli Theater in Chattanooga, TN.

Track listing:

CD:
1. Intro
2. Comatose
3. Whispers In The Dark
4. Collide
5. Forsaken
6. The Older I Get
7. Last Night
8. Better Than Drugs
9. Those Nights
10. Yours To Hold
11. Rebirthing
12. My Obsession
13. Angels Fall Down
14. Savior
15. Best Kept Secret
16. Live Free Or Let Me Die (b-side)
17. Rebirthing (acoustic)
18. Yours To Hold (acoustic)
19. The Older I Get (acoustic)
20. Whispers In The Dark (acoustic)
21. Say Goodbye (acoustic)
DVD:
1. Intro
2. Comatose
3. Whispers In The Dark
4. Collide
5. Forsaken
6. The Older I Get
7. Last Night
8. Better Than Drugs
9. Those Nights
10. Yours To Hold
11. Rebirthing
12. My Obsession
13. Angels Fall Down
14. Savior
15. Best Kept Secret
16. Rebirthing (video)
17. Whispers In The Dark (video)
18. Making Of The Album (video)
19. Savior (video)

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3 Responses to “Skillet Comatose Comes Alive with DVD”

  1. Kevin Davis "NewReleaseTuesday" says:

    Nearly Perfect Live CD/DVD Skillet is one of the best Christian rock band success stories of the past decade in my opinion. From the self-titled debut album in 1996 until now, the band has continued to redefine itself into the superstar rock band that released one of this decade’s best-selling Christian rock albums, Comatose. For me, the combination of strings, keyboard, guitar, drums and John Cooper’s emotional vocals with his wife Korey’s background vocals was meant to be heard and experienced live. Since I haven’t actually had that privilege, this nearly perfect live CD/DVD combo is the next best thing.Comatose Comes Alive was filmed and recorded in Tennessee and it is easily the most impressive Christian rock live recording I’ve heard and seen since Live In Portland by Kutless. The songs just erupt with what live rock concerts are all about. The energy, emotion, and musicianship are completely engaging and I haven’t stopped listening to this album over the last couple of weeks. The instrumental intro builds perfectly to the standout song Comatose and then settle in for over 1 hour of great live music. If you like Skillet, you’ll LOVE this album and for me the highlights were my two favorite songs The Older I Get and The Last Night, back to back. John Cooper explained the meaning behind the songs and I got goosebumps listening to both of them. There are no filler songs and the album ends with standout songs Rebirthing, Savior and one of my all-time favorites Best Kept Secret. As John says during the concert, expect to lose your voice after singing and screaming along with this nearly perfect live CD/DVD. Great gift idea for any hard rock music fans.

  2. Johnnie R says:

    A Must-Have for True Skillet Fans — Great video production & 5.1 Digital Surround Sound Having been to a Skillet concert, I can tell you that this video is about as close to being at the real thing as I can imagine. The video production is excellent, with cameras swinging from every direction. The sound is in Dolby Digital 5.1, and yes you will hear different people yelling from all 5 surround speakers. The entire production has been meticulously done to bring out every detail. You may have heard most of these songs, but the way they do them here puts a new twist on several of the songs. If you’re a true Skillet fan, this is one of the best purchases you’ll make, and you shouldn’t be without this.

  3. Jimmie R. Brodersen "intensepreacher" says:

    Comatose, alive and loud For many of us, this CD/DVD combo is the 1st time we get to hear the newest line-up of Skillet. At the begining of 2008 Lori Peters left Skillet, and handed her sticks over to Jen Ledger who had recently turned 18 when she took over. In my opions Jen had a difficult task to accomplish in being Lori’s replacement. I must tell you, Jen has done a wonderful job, she is up to the task, very impressive!Ben added a solo to ‘My Obession’, this version is great. John’s growl in the begining of ‘Whisper’s in the dark’ was a great new touch. All of the songs have slight diferences that I think adds to the enjoyability. I am pleased they did ‘Angels Fall Down’, which is one of my favorite worship songs. The Encore is ‘Best Kept Secret’, good to do an older song, I liked how Ben played guitar on it, this version is a little edgier than on ‘Invincible’.The sound is studio quality, for both the audio CD and the DVD, and there was a lot of production work involved in the making of the DD.I highly suggest this CD/DVD

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