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|1.||When We Were Younger live||7:25|
|2.||Back Street Kid live||5:33|
|3.||Out of the Shadows live||7:18|
|4.||Like Brothers We Stand live||5:53|
|5.||How Far Jerusalem live||9:41|
|6.||Dragons Are Real live||5:39|
|7.||All England's Eyes live||4:58|
|9.||Kingdom of Madness live||5:42|
|Total Running Time:  ||57:44|
|11.||Days of No Trust live||5:07|
|12.||Wild Swan live||6:23|
|13.||Start Talking Love live||4:47|
|14.||One Step Away live||5:16|
|15.||It Must Have Been Love live||5:49|
|16.||Different Worlds live||5:11|
|17.||Pray for the Day live||5:02|
|18.||Don't Wake the Lion (Too Old to Die Young) live||11:17|
|19.||Sacred Hour live||9:04|
|Total Running Time:||58:46|
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|From: AORvault||Date: June 7, 2011 at 4:16|
|Not much to say really. It's an average live album and it's rather obvious that this was a record company idea. Average sound, performance etc. which is higly unusual for Magnum. So if you want a good live album buy the Last Dance/Stronghold instead.|
|From: Monsieur Renard||Date: December 20, 2017 at 5:29|
|This is not a really good live album. It's really noisy, not enjoyable. Like AORvault said: Last Dance/Stronghold is the best live album, although The Spirit from 1991 is equally enjoyable.|
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