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Label: MTM Music
Catalog Number: 0681- 128
|1.||Sea of Roses live|
|2.||Storm Wind live|
|3.||Where Darkness Ends live|
|4.||Silent Hills live|
|5.||Some Day live|
|6.||Silent Thunder live|
|7.||The Fire live|
|8.||We Will Return live|
|9.||Song for a Friend (The King) live|
|10.||White Horses live|
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|From: ton||Date: April 27, 2005 at 14:06|
|If Darren comes out even with a livealbum it always will be a great moment. Two things to say: Where is the great song Abandon (Darren doensn't like the live performance - what a shame) en The king of spades should be played in the long version. The sound is not perfect, but is live, so the smooth sound is a little bit rough. We like it. Dare has a unique sound and thats why we love it. More, More, More please.|
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|From: Jez||Date: May 1, 2005 at 9:15|
|'Asleep In Munich' would be more apt a title. Sorry to say this is really dull and the DVD is even worse. The last few releases sound great for late night listening and I enjoy them quite often, but transfer to a live situation and it don't work. They seriously need to get a live Bass player aswell. I usually try to be as positive as possible but this is just a plain snore fest. Zzzzzzzzzzzz|
|From: Darren Preece||Date: May 5, 2005 at 17:23|
|I strongly disagree with Jez, I think the songs sound great live especially Return The Heart, Sea Of Roses and Silent Thunder, all carried off with excellent musicianship and a quality voice........The DVD was a little dissapointing but I adored the CD. CD 8/10 DVD 6/10|
|From: R.S.-Rocks||Date: May 5, 2005 at 17:25|
|I didn't like it. This sounds soooo powerless. I wish they had included 2 or 3 songs from 'Blood from stone' to kick some butt. Too much laid back songs on this. And don't ever buy the DVD from this concert. Why? Just read the review on www.melodicrock.com|
|From: TIM (2)||Date: May 8, 2005 at 12:08|
|I've seen them live - including at this concert - and the one thing this album tells me is that, despite Wharton barely liking or playing anything from 'Out of the Silence', those songs are the best they ever wrote. Played alongside the tracks from the last 2 albums it's 'Return the Heart', 'King of Spades' & 'Abandon' (the latter 2 not here, but played at the concert) that are the best tunes. The fans loved them & sang along, but Wharton barely put effort into them. Shame on him. 7.5/10.|
|From: Axe-Machine||Date: November 8, 2005 at 12:08|
|Hope you guys didnt fork out for the DVD too...its laughable and extremely unprofessional. Darren is superimposed into the foreground after reshooting himself miming the songs. However, he wears sunglasses on the stage and on the additional shots doesnt wear any. Bloody awful, but the Deliverance video and interview are good, just not worth the price. Shame, they are actually a great band, loved the last album. 3/10|
|From: edwithmj||Date: July 31, 2010 at 20:10|
|Very strange. I have a version with a different track listing. Tracks 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 are Abandon, Into The Fire, Return The Heart, King Of Spades and White Horses respectively. Darren introduces each track so it's pretty obvious what they are without already knowing the songs.|
|From: hair metal again||Date: October 21, 2010 at 12:23|
|live release by DARE and this one shows exactly what this band is:a good hard tock band with very good singer ,but without the songs and the sound to do something big.i mean they don really rock the place.they have nice ,elodic songs but without great hooks or big choruses.i love darren s voice though|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: March 21, 2012 at 22:29|
|Lovely live album...it reminds me when i saw them live twice in England as a support act to Europe and Gary Moore respectively...the band only had released their debut "Out Of The Silence" which is simply a MEGA AOR ALBUM!!!...late 80's...what can i say???...talking about this one obviously my faves are the classic tracks such as "Return The Heart","Abandon","Into The Fire" and so on...(I have the same edition as my friend edwithmj)...but songs like "Silent Hills" & "Storm Wind" are pretty good too...so,just get it!!!...88/100|
|From: titothetitan||Date: February 5, 2019 at 12:32|
|The CD is great but the Dvd doesn't include the 'Out of the Silence' songs. I wonder why?|
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