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Live & Inspired by Godsmack

Album

Live & Inspired

Godsmack

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Album

Live & Inspired

Godsmack

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Label: Republic Records
You know what's odd about this live album? The fact that it sounds like a glossy studio recording. Most conspicuously, Sully Erna's voice comes lathered in myriad effects one rarely hears in a concert setting. This isn't a criticism per se, just a quality that really stands out. As for the set list, fans will be pleased with its breadth and length. The song selection runs the gamut of Godsmack's catalog. The bonus tracks are particularly interesting, among them are covers of The Beatles' "Come Together" (more Aerosmith, actually), Metallica's "Nothing Else Matters" and Pink Floyd's "Time."

About This Album

You know what's odd about this live album? The fact that it sounds like a glossy studio recording. Most conspicuously, Sully Erna's voice comes lathered in myriad effects one rarely hears in a concert setting. This isn't a criticism per se, just a quality that really stands out. As for the set list, fans will be pleased with its breadth and length. The song selection runs the gamut of Godsmack's catalog. The bonus tracks are particularly interesting, among them are covers of The Beatles' "Come Together" (more Aerosmith, actually), Metallica's "Nothing Else Matters" and Pink Floyd's "Time."

Songs

Disc 1

Disc 2

About This Album

You know what's odd about this live album? The fact that it sounds like a glossy studio recording. Most conspicuously, Sully Erna's voice comes lathered in myriad effects one rarely hears in a concert setting. This isn't a criticism per se, just a quality that really stands out. As for the set list, fans will be pleased with its breadth and length. The song selection runs the gamut of Godsmack's catalog. The bonus tracks are particularly interesting, among them are covers of The Beatles' "Come Together" (more Aerosmith, actually), Metallica's "Nothing Else Matters" and Pink Floyd's "Time."