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Label: Frontiers (I)
Catalog Number: FR CD 056
Recorded at The Dungeon in Oshawa Canada on December 18, 1999.
|1. ||Never Surrender live ||3:43|
|2. ||Desperate Heart live ||4:23|
|3. ||Heart on the Line live ||3:23|
|4. ||Your Disguise live ||3:28|
|5. ||Age of Innocence live ||5:00|
|6. ||Come Clean live ||4:06|
|7. ||High Road to Nowhere live ||2:57|
|8. ||Broken Saviours live ||4:17|
|9. ||Endless Grey live ||3:53|
|10. ||Don't Tell the Rain live ||4:33|
|11. ||Dungeon Drums live solo ||1:47|
|12. ||Misery Loves Company live ||4:12|
|13. ||Take a Stand live ||4:03|
|14. ||No Saviour live ||5:41|
|15. ||Take a Stand studio version ||3:36|
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|Total Running Time:|| 59:02|
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: August 17, 2002 at 18:20|
| this is one of the fews live albums that equal the quality of the studio ones.if you like any of their albums,buy it
||Date: February 28, 2005 at 6:42|
|That rating is ridiculous - 2.94. This is an awesome live release... simply awesome, and I don't usually like live albums. And I'll take this opportunity to address what others have mentioned about Emerald Rain. I agree the lead vocals are not strong and certainly do not sound emotive, and ER do sound very similar to Harem Scarem in places. It all does sound a little forced, I admit, but the songs are just so good, the melodies so thick and deeply layered... I can't help but love these guys.
||Date: September 24, 2008 at 18:28|
|You can't knock 'em for trying, but to me every song sounded the same. There is however plenty of energy and the crowd seem to be enjoying it. Bought it, used it as a coaster, sold it. 50/100 for effort.
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