Pepper: Live

DVD Reviews | Mar 4th, 2005

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Starring Pepper, sweaty reggae/punk kids
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Directed By: Ryan Immegaft, Pepper
Studio: Volcom Entertainment
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I reviewed Pepper’s latest CD and I thought it was okay. Nothing special. Now they have a live DVD out on Volcom Entertaiment. Fans of Pepper will definitely want to get this DVD!

The show was recorded at the Troubadour in Hollywood, California, on September 24th and 25th 2004. Pepper play reggae/frat rock and hail from Hawaii. As I watch this live set, I’m glad I’m not at the show because they are BORING. I’m falling asleep watching these guys. They remind me of Sublime little bit and i’m not a fan of theirs either. When they play the music faster, it sounds like a clusterfuck, it just doesn’t sound right. The singing and the music doesn’t really mesh. I don’t know.

As far as the video and audio quality is concerned, it’s pretty good. The video is great but the audio cracks a little when the band plays or sings too loud. The camera angles are all over the place and give the viewer different perspectives of the show. The DVD also contains music videos for “” and “Sitting on the Curb” plus a few other things I didn’t check out.

Overall, A couple of songs were okay but I think the band is boring. Nothing really exciting about their live show that makes me want to go see them in concert. But if you like Pepper’s music, you’ll really like this DVD.

“Too Much” music video
“Sitting on the curb” music video
Searching for the Haj trailer
Pepper circa 2000
Green Hell


Standard 1.33:1 Color


Favorite Scenes: Didn’t have any
Rating: Not Rated
Running Time: 80 minutes
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