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Category: Prog Rock
Label: Frontiers Records
Catalog Number: FRCD 481
|1.||Only Time Will Tell||4:54||Listen|
|3.||An Extraordinary Life||5:17||Listen|
|4.||My Own Time||6:14||Listen|
|5.||Open Your Eyes||7:05||Listen|
|6.||Fanfare for the Common Man||9:08||Listen|
|7.||Here Comes That Feeling||6:03||Listen|
|9.||The Heat Goes On||5:23||Listen|
|12.||Heat of the Moment||6:56||Listen|
|13.||Midnight Sun Bonus Track||4:47||Listen|
|Total Running Time:||77:19|
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|Heavy Harmonies Volunteer|
|From: Jez||Date: October 19, 2010 at 14:29|
|Another year and yet another Asia live album to add to the hundreds already released. On the plus side, at least this is an official release and comes with the option of a companion DVD of the show, taken from the Cambridge Rock Festival last year on the original line up's comeback 'Phoenix' tour. I love Asia, but must admit I have seen the band in better form than on here and it certainly isn't their finest hour in the live arena that's for sure. The sound is a good live mix and the really strong set list is made up of songs from the first 2 albums, plus the then released 'Phoenix', who's songs fit well alongside the S/T and 'Alpha' material. Looking on the DVD, some of the camera work is a bit sloppy and that pretty much sums up this show. Some fine tunes, played reasonably well, but I know the band can (and have) produced a much much better show than this one.|
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