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LIVE IN L.A.

Death

Tech/Extreme Prog Metal


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2 stars It is very unfortunate that the very bad sound quality on this album destroy the songs. The sound is thin bootleg quality with no room and range. I most sincere hope the Live In Eiendhoven have a far better sound that this, because this band deserves a better epitaph.

The songs on this album is mostly from the final progressive rock orientated albums. There are some old tracks thrown in too. Even from the Scream Bloody Gore album. Due to the bad sound quality, the old material is the best here. Mostly due to being uncomplicated songs without much details. But the best song is still The Philosopher. A song sadly let down by the very bad sound quality. This is an album only for the die-hard collectors.

2 stars

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Posted Tuesday, July 21, 2009 | Review Permalink

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