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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Frontiers Records
Catalog Number: FR CDVD 1054
|2.||I'm on the Lamb But I Ain't No Sheep||3:16|
|3.||Then Came the Last Days of May||10:36|
|4.||Stairway to the Stars||3:55|
|5.||Before the Kiss, a Redcap||5:30|
|7.||She's as Beautiful as a Foot||2:59|
|8.||Cities on Flame With Rock and Roll||6:21|
|9.||Workshop of the Telescopes||3:48|
|13.||Don't Fear the Reaper||7:02|
|15.||Hot Rails to Hell||5:01|
|Total Running Time:||73:46|
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|From: fdr||Date: August 20, 2020 at 19:20|
|In 2020, before the release of "The symbol remains" the band released several live albums covering the last 6/7 years of they career, celebrating various anniversaries. This one has them playing the whole of the first album and it might be the best of these recent live releases: sure, the Bouchard brothers are missing and Bloom's voice is getting thinner and more fragile with the passing of time but the magic of hearing great tunes very rarely if ever played live is priceless: "Screams", "She's as beautiful as a foot", "Before the kiss" can still cast a magic spell on me. And with Richie Castellano they found a very stable asset, as he's a great guitarist, singer, keyboardist: listen to the glorious jam during "Last days of May" for proof! (Just one thing: what's this thing of Richie breaking guitar strings during solos?) Buck Dharma of course is one of the best and more melodic soloist of his generations and still plays great. Recommended.|
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