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NickNames - Korn - Deuce (DVD)

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  1. Jan 11,  · Not really a DVD you press "play" and don't touch the remote again. Bad for a long-term background DVD, but is awesome if your actually sitting down and watching it. I had read that it is a "must have" for big fans, and I completely agree. I like korn, not as much as him. But I even like this DVD /5(78).
  2. Audio The entire DVD features sound in Dolby Digital stereo, and Deuce can also be heard in Dolby Digital The in-between clips of behind-the-scenes footage and interviews are also presented in during Deuce, but are really still only a stereo mix. The audio during Who Then Now is certainly nothing special, but is acceptable throughout.
  3. Deuce (nickname) Deuce (musician), an American singer/rapper and former singer of rap band Hollywood Undead Deuce (singer), American music producer, singer-songwriter, and rapper Aron Erlichman (born ) Deuce (wrestler), the ring name of .
  4. In Depth: KoRn's Deuce DVD No doubt, KoRn's Deuce DVD is a work of art. The carefully orchestrated camera movement and disturbing production design are beautiful to watch. Of course, navigating through the art is a different story. Though the DVD packaging boasts "Instant Chapter Access" as a feature, you can't get to everything just by clicking NEXT on the remote.
  5. Well, it took KoRn forever to bring out a DVD and it's taken even longer for me to write a review about it. Quite simply this DVD does have nrealy everything you could want. It's got info, stories, hidden extras, music video's, making of's and even some snippets of live shows/5(6).
  6. The length of interactivity within the title is astonishing and the way in which the entire package has been assembled is exemplary. Korn fans ought to be ecstatic over this release, and anyone who thought that interactivity within DVD was a moot point would do well to check out Deuce as a .
  7. So, I’m going through all of korns officially released video discography, and I got deuce, who then now, live at Hammerstein ballroom, and I saw a official recording from CBGB on YouTube and I’m wondering if korn ever officially released that on DVD or VHS.

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