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|From: Hun Gary
||Date: March 22, 2005 at 3:07|
|Following the disappointing 'Eye II Eye' album this was a nice way of spendig time, while the Scorps were thinking about what will they do next. One of the best 'unplugged' albums ever, the new tracks are nice (but not clsassic): 'When Love Kills Love' is the best of them. These versions of 'Holiday', 'Catch Your Train' are outstanding, 'Drive' from The Cars as well, while 'Always Somewhwere' is a nice surprise with astonishing performance from Meine. 9/10
||Date: March 24, 2005 at 8:32|
|I usually don't care much about unplugged albums. But I bought this in DVD for my wife, and, surprise, it's very good. I specially loved Always Somewhere, a personal favourite for more than 20 years, and the cover version for Dust In The Wind, but the hole show works very well. I recommend it to any fans of good soft music. My only negative point: terrible version for Hurricane...
||Date: May 11, 2005 at 14:21|
|This is a nice piece of live album. If you don't like the soft side of the scorps but more the harder ones, then you won't like this album (especially for most of the rocker are not on here or doesn't sound so). Otherwise it's a recommended album with refreshed (!) versions of "Send me an angel" & "Wind of change". Other highlights include "Always somewhere", "Holiday", "You & I", "Catch your train", "I wanted to cry (But..)", "Still loving you". "Hurricane" is too slow on here indeed.
||Date: May 11, 2005 at 14:27|
|Meine's voice is surely one to find out among millions, but personnally I guess it sounds penetrant in your ears after a while. Another personally point to critisize is the cover songs; generally I don't like cover songs, an exception is Mercury's "Love of my life" 'cos it's so pathetic and I'm glad now to have it in my collection Overall: 7,5/10 if you don't like live albums & 8,5/10 if you like live albums (like I occacionally do)
||Date: May 11, 2005 at 14:39|
|To add some more: I like their improvements & experimentals of instruments here. This album surely brings you in a good mood and transmits the live atmosphere very accurate I guess even though I wasn't there.
||Date: August 24, 2005 at 20:34|
|When this came out, the most disappointing fact was that there were three versions, with one track different on each (US, Europe, Asia). Luckily I found a 2-disc VCD up for auction (likely an Asian bootleg), which has 20 songs, so not only did I get all the songs on all three CD versions, but I got a couple of extras as well. I dubbed the audio into my mp3 player and made a pair of CDRs out of the video discs. Pretty good acoustic performance, though they've always been their best plugged in.
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