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Casualties

Can't Stop Us

Released on March 7, 2006

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Go on the road with The Casualties. This 90 minute movie documents The Casualties recent tours of Mexico and Japan. The DVD includes insane live performances (over 20 songs), and all the behind the scenes mayhem you would expect following the Casualties around the world. From riots in Mexico City, to Do It Yourself stitches and multiple emergency room visits, "Can't Stop Us" captures all the action.



Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 16 reviews (See Below)
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Donna from Ventura, CA 
Nov 5 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

"Across the state, around the world, we play it loud...CAN'T STOP US!!!" this is Amanda not Donna. They don't even play that song the whole time!!! One of my favorites. Anyways, The Casualties are my favorite band of all time, I don't give a fuck what you say, so call the punk police to kick my ass. I'm not a "spikey hair drunk punk", I'm a straight edge, but I've always liked this band. They mostly only play songs from "On The Front Line", but duh, at the time this was filmed that album just came out. They over-dubbed some of the songs, which pissed me off, but their performance makes up for it. I've seen them 1 1/2 times, (long story) and this doesn't even hold a match to them live AT ALL....or a circle pit at one of their shows. I don't know how I would feel playing to a crowd that didn't even know what I was saying, but hey - the unity is what counts. Oh, by the way: the "riot" that happens in Mexico, isn't as big as people on here said. Nothing really happens, it gets quiet, then u hear banging on the doors, then Jorge says something about the show being cancelled, that's it ladies and gentlemen. If u like The Casualties get this, and write a review about everything I didn't say. If u don't like The Casualties, don't waste your time and complain about them, take the stick outta your ass, and fuck yourself. The Casualties are one of the true bands getting out there and making music. Sure they've changed some since "For The Punx", but shit happens. Get these: For The Punx, Underground Army, Die Hards, The Early Years, Stay Out Of Order, Who's In Control? [EP], Under Attack, and On The Front Line. I think I got 'em all. :)

UP THE PUNX!!! (who keep it real) UGLY BASTARDS!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Drew from San Angelo, TX 
Mar 5 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Amazing DVD. If you dig the Casualties, you gotta have this. It has two sections, one is Japan and one is Mexico. The Mexico tour takes places just before Japan when they are on tour with Destruction Made Simple. There are like 12 cities they play in and they are all great. The Mexican punks go nuts. You really get to see what it is like being on tour and what the Casualties do when they are not on stage playing. They show the trials and tribulations of tour like getting a flat tire on a charter bus on the highway in the middle of nowhere at night. Some other highlights include: Jake getting sick and his encounter with a clinic in Mexico, Rick saving a small kitten, and Jorge singing with a man walking in the street with a guitar. Another interesing thing that happens is a boy calls out the Casualties and calls them Capitalists. Jorge calls him on stage and talks some sense into him, not mean or degrading but talks about real unity and being a working class punk band. Also, at one show Rick sings Filler by Minor Threat and the kids are really into it. Jake also gets nailed in the head with a 40 oz. filled with rocks and dirt and they have to go to the hospital again. Amazing footage.

The Japanese part is about an hour long. More live show footage than the Mexico part. Highlights include, Jorge meeting Charlie Harper of UK Subs and giving him a Casualties shirt, the band visiting the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum, and other stuff. The Casualties are punk in all aspects of their lives including looking it but more importantly listening to it. This isn't so common with some bands today. This is shown when Rick sings part of the Circle Jerks song "Live Fast, Die Young" to himself when his locker combination to put up his boots is 43. You can hear part of Operation Ivy's 'I Got No' in the background on the car stereo as they are driving in the city.

The beautiful part about the Casualties going to Mexico is that Jorge can talk to the fans in Spanish. They meet some die hard fans and are very down to earth and talk to them. You can tell that they love their fans when the stage is covered with fans going nuts. The live stuff is not dubbed over with studio tracks so its really raw. They also show 46 punk jackets of kids at different shows that are badass.

Its amazing, good balance of behind the scenes and live footage. Came with a free patch and poster with pre-order because interpunk rules.

The Casualties are coming out with a live DVD/CD soon so be on the look out for that.

GET IT! Go see them live! Up the punx!

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Tammy from Hornell, NY 
Oct 6 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This Dvd is Sick....both shows are nasty(especialy Mexico), this dvd is great for any Casualties fan, its deffenitly worth the money

This Holden, Not Tammy...

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Felicia from Hesperia, CA 
Aug 5 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

It was a damn good dvd..there wasnt to much footage on the mexico tour,more behind the scenes.Japan was awesome ,who woulda thought there were so many japanese punx.Its a bad dvd,A must HAVE for any casualty fan!!

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Adam from Bellbrook, OH 
May 3 2006 Rating: 3/5 Stars

One thing that pisses me off here is that they only play about half of the song before it cuts out to some other footage. Its cheap enough to still kick ass however. The berst part of this DVD is the mexico city riot. Jorge asks a kid to get on stage who is threatneing to kill him and he talks to him. He listens and talks to him civilly, not some BS fight or send security to kick his ass or anything. thats real unity. If you have never seen the casualties live, which should be high on your priority list if you havent, then buy this DVD if, you've seen them live, dont sweat it as much. ALl in all, good dvd, cheap, but only playing half the songs pisses me off.

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John from Norwich, United Kingdom 
Apr 21 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is a cool dvd, it could of been amazing if there was more about the band and less live songs. The sound recording is good, tho they do repert most of there songs though out the dvd.

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Chris from Savannah, TN 
Apr 17 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is pretty good.THe mexico part is kinda short and doesnt have a lot live stuff.its more like a documentary or something.The japan part is longer and is nothing but live stuff.If you like the casualties,buy it.If you dont like the casualties,dont buy it.

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Cordell from Victoria, BC Canada 
Apr 14 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I waited, and waited to get the money,mail it, then rescive the dvd. And It was well-fucking worth it! I first watched the Mexican part of it, Its alot shorter than the Japanese one, and worse quality but it still kicked ass. Mexican tour is more "behind the scenes" kinda thing, while the Japanese one was more "live music" kinda thing. The Casualties Dvd "Can't Stop Us" is well worth the time, and money! I suggest you go out and buy a copy, great for anyone who likes street punk, especially the Casualties!

- ScumFuckbondage (Cordell)

ps: Buy this!

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Maria from Brighton, CO 
Mar 31 2006 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I think this DVD could have been better. The Japanese part was not as interesting as the Mexican one. There was more entertaning Backstage action in the Mexican part. Riots fights Blood ,thats what i want to see. All and all it was pretty goog, with a lot of live performances.

Sexually Yours

Mary

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Ed from Aurora, ON Canada 
Mar 17 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

oh man, this is one good dvd. i pre-ordered it and got it today. the patch that came with it was kinda cut off, but not like that matters. i like the japan section of the tour better. but the mexico part is just as good. if you like the casualties, i totally suggest you pick this up asap. its good to see punk`s around the world. i liked the concept of the movie too.

 
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