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Catalog Number: 0214133EMU
|1.||Bastard of Society|
|2.||Late Night Lady|
|7.||Beg Beg Beg|
|8.||Tearing Down the Walls|
|9.||Eye of the Storm|
|12.||Living on the Run|
|13.||A Shot At Redemption|
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|From: CC||Date: February 12, 2020 at 22:57|
|Ok, I have never, and will never be a huge fan of live albums as for me you can never capture the feeling of a live performance on an audio release and when I am listening to music I like the best quality sound possible, and you will only ever get that from a studio release. All that said I recently bought this one and the Live in London album just for completist sake. Both have their ups and downs. Live in London has the better track listing for sure, as this one coming out after Into the great unknown, meant that quite a few great songs were dropped from the set in favour of newer songs (how dare they exclude Breaking the silence). Where this one triumphs over the London disc is it also comes with a blu ray of the gig (weirdly though Japan came with a lower quality DVD). All the songs on the CD appear on the blu ray and there are a bunch of promo videos and other live tracks as bonus features.|
|From: titothetitan||Date: February 27, 2020 at 12:00|
|This looks like another disappointment from H.E.A.T after the last album. I haven't heard it yet, only saw some footage from the Dvd on Youtube. 'Living on the Run' sounds nice live but the camera editing is so poor. As for the setlist, nearly half of the album are songs from their weakest album [Into the Great Unknown]. Not a single standout song from their first two albums, only OK songs [Late Night Lady and Beg Beg Beg]. 'Living on the Run' should be the closing song and here it's not.|
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