WWIII Live 2003

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WWIII Live 2003
Live album by KMFDM
Released July 27, 2004
Recorded October 27, 2003 at the House of Blues, Chicago
Genre Industrial rock, industrial metal
Label Sanctuary
KMFDM live album chronology
Sturm & Drang Tour 2002
(2003)
WWIII Live 2003
(2004)

WWIII Live 2003 is a live album by industrial rock band KMFDM from their WWIII tour, recorded at the House of Blues, Chicago on October 27, 2003. It was released on July 27, 2004, on Sanctuary Records. It includes many of the songs from the WWIII album, along with some songs from other albums. The DVD release includes live footage from different venues throughout the tour.

Reception[edit]

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
ReGen Magazine positive[1]
PopMatters negative[2]

WWIII Live 2003 received mixed reviews. Ilker Yücel of ReGen Magazine gave a positive review,[1] while Richard T. Williams of PopMatters panned the release, saying, "The sound of today's KMFDM isn't only devoid of the danceability that once defined it, it is helplessly, aimlessly generic."[2]

Track listing[edit]

CD release[edit]

No. Title Album Length
1. "WWIII"   WWIII 5:03
2. "From Here on Out"   WWIII 4:00
3. "Blackball"   WWIII 5:06
4. "Ultra"   Nihil 4:36
5. "Brute"   Nihil 3:43
6. "Stars & Stripes"   WWIII 4:18
7. "Pity for the Pious"   WWIII 4:25
8. "Moron"   WWIII 5:08
9. "Revenge"   WWIII 5:14
10. "Bullets, Bombs & Bigotry"   WWIII 4:32
11. "Light"   Angst 5:28
12. "Juke Joint Jezebel"   Nihil 5:07
13. "Intro"   WWIII 4:56
14. "A Drug Against War"   Angst 4:48
Total length:
66:24

DVD release[edit]

  1. "WWIII"
  2. "From Here on Out"
  3. "Blackball"
  4. "Brute"
  5. "Stars & Stripes"
  6. "Pity for the Pious"
  7. "Moron"
  8. "Revenge"
  9. "Bullets, Bombs & Bigotry"
  10. "Light"
  11. "Juke Joint Jezebel"
  12. "Intro"
  13. "A Drug Against War"


Music videos:

  1. "Skurk" (from Attak)
  2. "Ultra"
  3. "Stars & Stripes"


Additional after-show, backstage, interview and studio footage and more

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b [1][dead link]
  2. ^ a b Williams, Richard T. (November 12, 2004). "KMFDM: WWIII Live 2003".