Where the Hell Are We and What Day Is It... This Is Static-X
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|Where The Hell Are We And What Day Is It... This Is Static-X|
|Directed by||Colin Gray & Megan Raney|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Executive producer(s)||Kristine Lacey|
|Running time||63:10 (Documentary), 49:46 (Audio-Only Concert)|
|Production company(s)||Warner Reprise Video|
Where The Hell Are We And What Day Is It... This Is Static-X is a rockumentary DVD that was set to be released in 2001 by industrial metal band Static-X. It features behind-the-scenes and live footage, along with all of Static-X's music videos (at the time) and an audio-only concert. Due to the live footage being recorded at Ozzfest, Sharon Osbourne threatened to sue the band if the DVD was released. Therefore, it was prevented from ever hitting store shelves. It is very hard to find and roughly only 500 copies are in existence.
Bonus audio-only concert track listing
- "Bled for Days"
- "I Am"
- "Wisconsin Death Trip"
- "The Trance Is the Motion"
- "I'm with Stupid"
- "Sweat of the Bud"
- "Love Dump"
- "Push It"