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1 stars Trans-Siberian Orchestra - The Ghosts of Christmas Eve dvd (2001)

Take your listeners serious.

The first TSO Christmas album was actually very good, a lot of different styls, great guitar playing, great vocalists and some great compostions. It made me interested to see them playing it live, that's why I got this dvd.


Is it not? What is it then? It is a stupid story about a little girl lost from home with the typical dramatic American way of filming it, combined with the coco-cola-christmastcommercials-like backgrounds. And there are some tracks of TSO played in the background. After the much to long intro the bands does appear on stage. The songs are however the precise albumversion and TSO is playbacking. I'll stop writing here.

Conclusion. One of the worst concepts ever, suitable for little children and low-IQ families. They should have at least shown some live material of the band! One star for this painfull experience, instead try their cd's if you want to give TSO a real change.

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