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Alive in America
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Category: CCM Melodic Metal
Label: Intense Records
Catalog Number: CD09219
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Michael Bloodgood bass|
Les Carlsen lead vocals
Paul Jackson lead guitars
Kevin Whistler drums
Craig Church rhythm guitars
Brooke Lizotte keyboards
|1. ||Out of the Darkness live ||3:54|
|2. ||Do or Die live ||2:23|
|3. ||It's Alright live ||4:01|
|4. ||Hey You! live ||4:15|
|5. ||Alone in Suicide live ||4:06|
|6. ||She's Gone live ||4:12|
|7. ||Heaven on Earth live ||3:43|
|8. ||Shakin' It live ||2:49|
|9. ||Soldier of Peace live ||3:35|
|10. ||America live ||3:50|
|11. ||Never be the Same live ||3:45|
|12. ||Medley: Demon on the Run, Killing the Beast, Battle of the Flesh, Black Snake live ||5:50|
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|Total Running Time:|| 46:23|
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Existing comments about this CD
|From: Steve F.
||Date: May 7, 2001 at 20:55|
|A good showcase of the band before it broke up soon afterwards. Bloodgood knew how to put on a good show within a modest budget (the video versions attest to that) and it was never more than well prepared. For people who went to huge shows with pyrotechnics and other stuff, it was a bit slim, so the audio versions are a little better. Musically, it's fine, but the band doesn't really have an identifable sound (due to David Zaffiro leaving), so it's kind of a wash for me.
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: June 26, 2013 at 16:20|
|This is just a decent live record IMHO...their "Shakin' The World" live release is more straight forward,if you know what i mean...75/100
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