Starring The Supersuckers
Studio: Music Video Distributors
Buy on Amazon.com
I never heard of The Supersuckers’ music til now. I guess I would consider them alternative country/ rock with a hint of punk. This is their first live DVD and they recorded this in Anaheim, California. I actually didn’t mind the Supersuckers and dug some of their stuff. I might actually have to go out and buy some of their CDs now.
I’ve heard a lot of rock bands with that old country sound mixed into their music and I usually don’t like it. I think it’s too hick for me, but I actually like these guys. Maybe i’m just expanding my horizons even more, but I also like their country songs too. I think the previous country punk bands I listened to, they just sucked but these guys have some catchy songs and know how to actually play together as a band. Supersuckers kind of remind me of when Mike Ness did his country thang. Just because I classified them as a country band, they aren’t like the typical country turds like Alan Jackson or Garth Brooks or something. The Supersuckers play rock ‘N roll and rock out hard!
Also included when you buy this DVD, is an all-country set recorded in San Diego and I think the CD is really good. The first song they play on that live CD is “” I’m not really sure what style I prefer The Supersuckers to play. I think their rock ‘N roll music is really good but also like them playing the country-ish songs too. Just knowing the band can play more than one style of music, just shows how talented they are.
Any Supersuckers fan should get this DVD because the live performances are rockin’, and the bonus live CD is awesome too. Also included is some funny interviews with the band. They are asked by the singer which would they prefer: the gift of the flight or invisibility. I think i’d take invisibility but I wasn’t asked the questions so whatever, it’s my website & I can answer it if I want to! So anyway, buy this.
Includes a live Supersuckers CD!
ENGLISH: Dolby Digital 5.1
Standard 1.33:1 Color
Favorite Scenes: Rock Your Ass, The Evil Powers Of Rock-N-Roll
Rating: Not Rated
Running Time: 70 minutes