I don't mean this in any disrespect to Sept. 11th and the day that changed all of us. I have heard Live's Overcome before and caught pieces of the video but never really watched it through. I stopped in my tracks tonight because I caught a glimpse of the Twin Towers during the beginning of the vid and thought it was done some months before 9/11. Then scenes of the aftermath unfolded and it was apparent that some parts were done after. Thoughts of Van Halens Right Here Right Now (MTV video of the year 1992) crossed me, but of course Right Here Right Now doesn't have the emotional response as Live's Overcome. My problem is their feeble attempt at recreating the video of the year AND using the event of our lifetimes to prove a point. Grab the people where it matters most and we'll have them. Obviously, the destruction of the Amazon just doesn't do it anymore. The video is touching but to me seems somewhat faked. A nice song and vid but I think their last gasp. Too bad, Throwing Copper WAS the disc of 1995, Hootie and all.