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3.38 | 21 ratings

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3 stars This EP is the first live release by Angra. The first four numbers (including the playback of the track "Crossing") are from the great Holy Land album, while the last two tracks are from the Angel's Cry album. This is not a bad album but it could have been much better. First of all, it should have been a full-length live album, there are many great tracks that would have been really nice to hear them live on record: "Silence and Distance", "The Shaman" and "Time" for example. Also, although the overall performance is quite good (specially the vocal work by Andre Matos is outstanding), there are some dodgy moments in the rendition of Carolina IV and this is such a pity, they should have put a tighter version of that song from other show. In conclusion, despite the facts this is a nice live EP and a couple of tracks are the only live versions available of them so far, so this record has its value.
Prosciutto | 3/5 |


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