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Catalog Number: Racket 2
|2.||Holidays in Eden||4:56|
|3.||Script For a Jester's Tear||11:26|
|6.||Warm Wet Circles||5:34|
|7.||That Time Of The Night||5:08|
|10.||Heart Of Lothian||2:50|
|11.||Cover My Eyes||4:09|
|14.||Waiting To Happen||4:52|
|15.||Hooks In You||2:49|
|Total Running Time:||75:16|
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|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: May 27, 2013 at 20:18|
|Wowwww..whatta pleasant surprise in here!!!...this was recorded live in the capital of my country Venezuela when they came here for the very first time(they have performed here 3 times so far)and it was basically the debut of Steve Hogarth as a vocalist(Fish,the band's former vocalist has also come to Venezuela as a solo artist a couple of times i believe)...a very good set of songs in the shape of the classic ones and obviously the ones that marked the welcoming of Hogarth as a frontman...recommended...100/100|
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