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'Bush - Live In Tampa' [Blu-ray+DVD+CD]
(Bush / Blu-ray+DVD+CD / NR / 2020 / Cleopatra Entertainment - MVD Visual)

Overview: Led by guitarist/vocalist Gavin Rossdale, Alt Rockers BUSH were the first post-Nirvana British band to hit it big in America.

Of course, they became a hit by playing by the grunge rules -- they had loud guitars, guttural vocals, stop-start rhythms, and extreme dynamics.

Performing to a sold out crowd of 10,000 die hard fans at the MidFlorida Amphitheater in Tampa, during their critically acclaimed 2019 Altimate Tour, BUSH Rocks Tampa like never before!

Blu-ray+DVD Verdict: Kicking things off with the energetic opener 'Machinehead' (from their debut album Sixteen Stone), this incredibly alive, pulsating and colorful live performance continues onward with their first single from The Science of Things, 'The Chemicals Between Us.'

We then get the drum led 'This Is War' (off the deluxe edition of Black and White Rainbows), with both their massive debut single, 'Everything Zen' and the brilliant first single from The Sea of Memories, 'The Sound of Winter' along next.

With barely a break to come up for air, the sleeveless Rossdale, himself glistening head to toe, his floppy hair matted back then brings us the excellent mid-tempo vibes of 'Body,' the passion of the first single off the sophomore album Razorblade Suitcase, 'Swallowed,' and then unleashes one of my own personal favorites, The Science Of Things' thunderous, jangling guitar work of 'The Disease of Dancing Cats.'

That's followed by their latest song, 'Bullet Holes' from the recent John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum movie and which is also included on the The Kingdom, their upcoming eighth studio album (July 17th, 2020).

Rounding out with the late '90s, early Green Day-esque 'Little Things,' next comes their infamous monster 'Glycerine,' before the show comes to a close on the euphoric growth of 'Comedown.'

Filmed in 4K UHD utilizing 15 multi cameras to capture the full high energy 90 min performance (with audio in 5.1 Surround Sound), this 'Bush - Live In Tampa' [Blu-ray+DVD+CD] is an INCREDIBLE visual and audio delight to behold, trust me!

Blu-ray+DVD+CD Special Edition Track Listing:
1. 'Machinehead'
2. 'The Chemicals Between Us'
3. 'This Is War'
4. 'Everything Zen'
5. 'The Sound of Winter'
6. 'Body'
7. 'Swallowed'
8. 'The Disease of Dancing Cats'
9. 'Bullet Holes'
10. 'Little Things'
11. 'Glycerine'
12. 'Comedown'

Official 'Bush - Live In Tampa' Trailer