The Sixth Annual Smoke Out Festival featured over 40 world-class artists on four stages at the NOS Events Center in San Bernardino, California. Taking the stage in front of 60,000 fans, Ice T and Body Count's set became one of the most talked about performances of Smokeout 2003. Despite torrential rain and equipment problems, the band blazed through hits like "KKK Bitch" and "The End Game", exceeding their set time and setting off a chain of delays in true rock n' roll style. Body Count's trademark brand of angry, gnash your teeth rap and metal had fans roaring, shouting for them to continue playing despite the stage crew's threats to shut them down. These threats were answered with Ice breaking into the hits "There Goes the Neighborhood" and "Cop Killer", further igniting a chorus of wild fans Moshing and chanting every word. Now for the first time ever, Body Count's performance plus exclusive behind the scenes footage is available on DVD. Shot in hi-def with Stereo and 5.1 Surround Sound, Smokeout Presents: Body Count captures the energy and intensity of this show giving fans both a front row seat to an unforgettable performance as well as a backstage pass.