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Family Values Tour 2001 [PA]


  • 1. Vasoline - Stone Temple Pilots
    2. Runaway - Linkin Park
    3. Fade - Staind
    4. Wonderful - Stone Temple Pilots/C. Bennington
    5. Push It - Static-X/P. Exeter Blue
    6. It's Been Awhile - Staind
    7. Wicked Garden - Stone Temple Pilots
    8. Cold - Static-X
    9. Black - Aaron Lewis
    10. Creep - Aaron Lewis/Stone Temple Pilots
    11. Tom Sawyer - Deadsy
    12. One Step Closer - Aaron Lewis/Linkin Park
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 62762

  • Credits
    ProducerJosh Abraham; Josh Abraham (Compilation)
    EngineerIan Charbonneau; Bill Sheppell; Guy Charbonneau; Charlie Bouis

    This is an Enhanced CD, which contains both regular audio tracks and multimedia computer programs.
    This is an Enhanced CD, which contains both regular computer tracks and multimedia computer files.
    Audio Mixer: Ryan Williams.
    Recording information: Family Values Tour (2001).
    Photographer: Stephen Stickler.
    Unknown Contributor Roles: Chester Bennington; Rob Bourdon; Mister Hahn; Dean DeLeo; Jon Wysocki; Eric Kretz; Ken Jay; Dr. Nner; Mike Mushok; Johnny April; Tony "Citric-T" Campos; Beast Craig; Aaron Lewis; Mike Shinoda; Robert DeLeo; Scott Weiland; Wayne Static; Brad Delson.
    Wondering what surly teens were listening to barely a year into the new millennium? Then tap into THE FAMILY VALUES TOUR 2001, the live recording of a package tour featuring many of the day's best-selling aggro-rock acts. Keeping the blood boiling are Linkin Park with their fusion of crunching riffs and techno bounce on the hit "Runaway," Staind's tortured angst-fest "Fade" and ruminative smash "It's Been Awhile," and Static-X's industrial-flavored workout "Cold."
    Stone Temple Pilots fit in neatly as a headliner despite being more associated with post-grunge than the class of hard rock the opening acts represent. Although their "Vasoline" comes off sounding a bit on the sludgy side, they deliver a solid "Wicked Garden," and the gorgeous harmonies of the acoustic "Wonderful" benefit from a cameo by Linkin Park's Chester Bennington. The props given to Rush via Deadsy's buzzing cover of "Tom Sawyer" are a pleasant surprise, but the MVP of FAMILY VALUES TOUR 2001 turns out to be Staind's sensitive frontman Aaron Lewis. Aside from appearing with his own group, Lewis delivers a solo acoustic cover of Pearl Jam's "Black" in addition to popping up on Linkin Park's hard-hitting "One Step Closer" and STP's mournful "Creep."

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