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LIVE AT LAST

Enchant

 

Heavy Prog

4.31 | 23 ratings

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Menswear
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5 stars A must, period.

Enchant is a generous band, as show on this amazing package. You get a gazillion songs on one cd, and tons of extras on the other. Since Rush R30, I've never witness such an enormous amount of input on DVD.

This is basically a best of, and a very good introduction to Enchant. The band is tight, very very tight, indeed! The bass is incredible, the guitar solos are nice and the cooperation between Ted Leonard and Doug Ott on vocals is sincerely my favorite in the new prog generation. These guys are reallly, really good singers! You even get 2 instrumental songs and 2 unplugged ones! This DVD has a lot of replay value on top of being entertaining. On the other hand, I wasn't blown away by the directing capacities of the crew, but oh well, it does not ruin the fun too much. Great sound though, crisp and well balanced!

These guys are pros, genuine, passionate musicians and vocalists. On top, they're the funniest band by far I ecountered in the rock industry. I really got stunned by the chemistry and the smiles (and many times laughter) on stage and in interviews. Finally, you have an extra proof of their savyy knowledge, they actually talk about their gears and their main influences! My favorite part! And guess what band comes on top?...Rush? Duh.

Get this, it's worth the pricy tag on it.

Menswear | 5/5 |

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