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I'm a Breaking Benjamin fanatic. This is not "Breath" live.

This video footage was taken from a live concert of Breaking Benjamin but the music is not live. The music is the actual song "Breath" from the studio recording. In other words, iTunes dubbbed the live version of "Breath" with the studio recording of "Breath."

Breath Rocks

This is my favorite breaking benjamin single, I think that the live video is a nice touch but I'd rather they didn't do it for this song. Now you could buy just this song for $2, but I recommend you go to the albums section and buy "Nightmares" for $5. Then you would have all five of their videos. Now, many people acknowledge this as "Breath (Live)." That's because the band released two different versions. The first used the audio from the concert in order to promote their live DVD. The second is the one you see here, live video with studio vocals. Itunes didn't overdub the vocals, Hollywood Records and Breaking Benjamin did. As for "Blow Me Away," it was on the Halo 2 soundtrack and when itunes removed that soundtrack, the song went with it.

Good Video...but NOT live

Just so everybody knows, this video is NOT live. The only live part is when the crowd sings the end of the chorus. I would still buy this...it is great!

Biography

Formed: 2000 in Wilkes-Barre, PA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

In late 2000, guitarist Aaron Fink and bassist Mark James Klepaski made a surprising and unexpected decision: they left Lifer, an alternative metal band that was signed to Universal and was gaining commercial acceptance. Fink and Klepaski departed Lifer (which was originally called Strangers with Candy) so that they could join forces with singer Ben Burnley and drummer Jeremy Hummel and form Breaking Benjamin. Why would Fink and Klepaski leave a band that had a contract with Universal to form a new...
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Breath, Breaking Benjamin
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  • $1.99
  • Genre: Rock
  • Released: Oct 23, 2007

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