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Music Video: People=Shit (Live)

Artisit: Slipknot

  • Genre: Heavy Metal
  • Release Date: 2001
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:36

  • Copyright: Slipknot

Music Video For People=Shit (Live) By Artist Slipknot

Reviews For People=Shit (Live) By Artist Slipknot

  • Love metal, but too much

    1
    By DomVig23
    Slipknot should change their "singer" to a guy who sounds like Hetfield or Mustaine.
  • Slipknot=truthful

    5
    By Poly 47 wire
    What I like about this, is that it is true.
  • To the haters on the song and video

    5
    By BitchesSayWHAAA?!
    Why did you buy it... Im looking at you person who hates on this and listens to Linkin Park.
  • In reply to Aston asberg

    5
    By McLovin2112
    Why you hatin on slipknot. Honestly I listened to gorgoroth and Amon Amarth and I think they weren't as good as slipknot no one is as good as slipknot. yeah there blast beats on the drums In those two bands but Joey jordison knows when to put blast beats in at the right time in a song. And one last thing corey Taylor has a great voice in those two bands there was no singing at all. The singer for Amon amarth sounded like a dead raccoon on bath salts. And this is coming from a ten year old. Slipknot is one of the best bands in the world. Slipknot 4 life
  • METAL

    5
    By Tictacfanman
    This song shows how much better all types of metal are compared to pop music. Whether its death metal,prog metal,heavy metal, or just metal, its better. Pop is horrible. Long live the following:All that Remains,Slipknot,Metallica,Godsmack,Five Finger Death punch, Killswitch Engage,Tenacious D, Lamb of God, Throwdown,Testament. Dio, Ozzy Osbourne,KoRn,Disturbed, Alice in Chains,Led Zeppelin,Pantera, and System of a Down. All of these are amazing!
  • Movie

    5
    By MasterMetal348
    This is from the movie, disasterpieces. GET IT
  • in my opinion its there best video

    5
    By metal3963
    this is the best slipknot video ever. ive never seen slipknot live but this vid makes up for that. i can feel the hatred and intensity even tho its just a video. but really stop complaining bout the price. its just a dollar more get over it
  • Live

    5
    By Compelled to Review
    This band is great, but this is not even a music video, it's just a live concert video. I can tell because the vocals are more muffled than the real version of this song.
  • OMG!!!!!!!

    5
    By 45444985
    omg this is like the best vid ever!! and if u dont like SlipKnot dont listen to them and DO NOT EVER dis the 'Knot cuz they r the BOMB }=p
  • badass!!!

    5
    By Jay from SA
    they do a badass live concert!!

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