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Opeth - The Roundhouse Tapes CD (album) cover




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4.11 | 161 ratings

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4 stars The performance and selection of songs is well rounded with every Opeth album represented. Mikael still has a pretty decent growling vocal, well-controlled clean voice. Instrumentally, the band maintains high quality. Keyboards are present on each track even though they don't suit the music such as on Blackwater park. Kudos for playing less known songs such as "The night and the silent water" or "Under the wheeping moon". I like Mikael's sense of humour, the camera cuts and some minor colour effects in some songs. The only complaint is that the concert should have been longer with songs at 1:45 or so. If you want a more representative song selection, grab "Live at Royal Albert Hall" which clocks at almost 3 hours.
sgtpepper | 4/5 |


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