I watched that "Disturbed" one a while back and about all I got out of it was that I see where the name of the band came from.
A couple of weeks ago I had to do some tests in the lab at work which is staffed by a couple very of young women. Of course they play a current hip hop type of radio station so I try real hard to tune it out, but one rapping thing seemed to have a familiar lyric. I finally figured out that a rap version of a song I like real well in the original and a remake version BUT not this remake!
In '68 (I think) when I was 11, my sisters took me to see Marilee Rush and the Turnabouts who had that song as a big hit at the time, "Angel of the Morning". That's song the rappers were doing! Juice Newton did a country remake of that song in the late '70's. Now, from what I understand, that rap version is an "oldie" in the hip hop world----
Most remakes disappoint me and it seems that live music often has so much "artistic freedom" that it is very hard to even recognize what you are hearing to the original, even by the original artist!
Next Wednesday night my wife and I are going up to Deadwood to see "Heart". I hope they play somewhat like the music that made them famous!