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Various Artists

2000-06-19

United States -

Farmclub

Setlist

This show includes:

-- Cypress Hill is one of the most admired of all hip-hop groups. The first Latino hip-hop kings, the L.A. group pioneered an influential stoned funk. With the sound of DJ Muggs and the lyrics of B-Real, the group's 1991 eponymous debut became a double platinum sensation. 1993's Black Sunday went triple platinum, entered the charts at #1 and spawned the gold crossover hit "Insane In The Brain." III (Temples Of Boom) hit platinum in 1995 and two more original gold albums have followed, most recently the double disc Skull & Bones in 2000.

-- Destiny's Child has blown way up on the R&B and pop charts with the gold singles "Say My Name" and "Bills, Bills, Bills" from its 1999 quadruple platinum album The Writing's On The Wall. Beyonce, Kelly, La Tavia and Le Toya -- four young women from Houston with spectacular voices -- debuted with "Killing Time" on the Men In Black soundtrack before 1998's gold self-titled album and gold single "No, No, No (Part II)," which featured Wyclef Jean.

-- Static-X is "the latest new metal messiah to emerge from California... (Static-X) sound like White Zombie shagging Ministry" (Kerrang!) On its 1999 debut, Wisconsin Death Trip, Static-X took the energy of techno, aggressiveness of a guitar-laden frenzy and moody overtones of the goth/industrial underground and molded them into what the band calls "rhythmic trancecore" -- melodic, dark, heavy, intense and unrelenting.

-- 3 Doors Down hails from a musical hotbed but not one usually associated with heavy alternative rock -- Mississippi. But, thanks to its local hit "Kryptonite," 3 Doors Down soon performed at New York's CBGB's which led to a major label deal. Singer/drummer Brad Arnold, guitarists Matt Roberts and Chris Henderson, and bassist Todd Harrell debuted in early 2000 with The Better Life.

-- Insolence, coincidentally, has supported Static-X, as well as Kid Rock, System Of A Down, Soulfly, Coal Chamber and others. Hailing from San Jose, California, this unsigned five-piece features lead vocalists Mark Herman and Mechanizm, bassist Paul Perry, drummer Mando Cardenas and DJ Jerry "Da Hermit." One of the heaviest rapcore bands around, Insolence keeps the profound double bass and "drop d" riffs alive while diversifying with styles from old school punk to reggae.

Info

55.00 min
8/10
1x DVD
Professional
Tripkore
Tripkore

Notes

Transferrer notes:

I recently transferred this VHS from my personal collection. This is the full 30min show with original commercials from June 19th, 2000. As you can see below the screenshots are great quality (for their age). These tapes were GRADE-A quality back in the day, and i transfer all my tapes at the highest (HQ) quality possible. This is a DVDR