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Underoath

Survive, Kaleidoscope

Tooth & Nail 11710

Released on May 27, 2008

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$13.25

Over an hour long live set as performed at the electric factory in Philadelphia, PA on the 2007 Underoath fall headlining tour featuring: all 11 tracks from, “Define The Great Line”, plus, “A Boy Brushed Red, Living In Black And White”; “It's Dangerous Business Just Walking Out Your Front Door”, and, “Young And Aspiring”, from, “They're Only Chasing Safety.” 100+ minute tour documentary following the fall 2007 headlining tour loaded with raw, behind-the-scenes footage of life on the road.

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Returning Empty Handed  0%
2 In Regards To Myself  0%
3 It's Dangerous Business Walking Out Your Front Door  0%
4 You're Ever So Inviting Voted #1  50%
5 To Whom It May Concern  0%
6 A Moment Suspended In Time  0%
7 Young And Aspiring  0%
8 Writing On The Walls Voted #2  33%
9 Everyone Looks So Good From Here  0%
10 Casting Such A Thin Shadow  0%
11 Moving For The Sake Of Motion Voted #3  17%
12 A Boy Brushed Red, Living In Black And White  0%
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Derek from Shell Lake, SK Canada 
May 26 2009 Rating: 2/5 Stars

Waste of money! Everywhere I was reading reviews for this when it was about to come out (including Interpunk) was all saying that there was a bunch of extra footage and what not. Nothing of the sort! Just another money scam from Tooth and Nail/Solid State. Why am I not surprised?

The live stuff was good, don't get me wrong. I'm not a big Underoath listener anymore, but you can always count on them to have a great show. This live footage definitely shows that, but thats the only good thing about it.

If you really want to see what they're like live, get it I guess, but it's nothing more than a live show and a crappy live CD. Why would they release two live DVD's (the 777 one and this one), both of them after Define The Great Line and before one that came after (LITSOS)?

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Nicole from Edmonton, AB Canada 
Jun 23 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Speaking in general most live cds are rather bad, well maybe bad is a little harsh but not nearly as good as the regular cd. Survive, Kaleidoscope is definitly the exception. Not only was the cd itself brilliant the DVD was 10x better. The filming was not only amazing but the sound was constant and if you have a semi-decent tv the colour and definition of the concert was beyond amazing. I think it's safe to say that watching this dvd is better than being at the actual concert with crummy seats. Underoath will continue to amaze for years to come. Can't wait for the next release.





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