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LOST 'N' FOUND: LIVE IN TILBURG

Riverside

 

Progressive Metal

4.27 | 60 ratings

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AtomicCrimsonRush
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4 stars Riverside released this double CD live during their Towards the Blue Horizon tour for fans only, not available elsewhere. It is a genuine treat featuring an awesome setlist consisting of the back catalogue of the consistently brilliant albums generated by these Polish masters of prog metal.

It opens with grandiose melancholy that builds into a cacophonic maelstrom of keyboards and guitar with Lost. Duda exudes a passionate vocal throughout the concert and this is one of the last times we will be treated to the guitar prowess of the late great Grudzinski.

Feel Like Falling follows with beautiful soaring guitar and atmospheric keyboard embellishments. Hyperactive is next from the masterpiece Anno Domine High Definition, and sounds as amazing as the studio release. The melody on this is incredible and it segues into the wondrous tranquility of Conceiving You, Duda sounding mesmiric and reflective. 02 Panic Room is a masterclass performance that certainly does not disappoint, followed by Under the Pillow and the barnstorming prog workout The Depth of Self-Delusion. The Cd concludes with Saturate Me that has a powerhouse blazing guitar and shimmering keyboards.

CD 2 opens with hypnotic and passive Egoist Hedonist that builds into shadows of dark vocals and guitar riffing. We Got Used To Us is one of the best live performances of this track and the pulsating ethereal Escalator Shrine is a lengthy 20 minute multi movement suite of progressive bliss. The Same River is 13 minutes of atmospheric prog and the concert concludes with Found.

The running time is just under 104 minutes and is a mind blowing experience for all Riverside addicts. The line up of Mariusz Duda, Piotr Grudziński, Michał Łapaj, and Piotr Kozieradzki is as good as it gets. RiP Grudzinski, you will never be forgotten.

AtomicCrimsonRush | 4/5 |

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