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3 stars I was happy to be there that evening so it makes this album a special one for me. As an album - it is really good (it's KC album!), although if You have "Construction of light" and DVD with concert form London from the same time - I'm not quite sure if Wasrsaw concert is different o surprising enough to be a must-have. Perhaps it has a little bit better sound than "Heavy construction" - and it's always good to have a whole, real concert ("HC" is a compilation of many live shows). There are 2 or 3 new collector's club concerts from the same tour (edited ythis year, i think), I don't know them, so I have no idea which one is the most interesting. For die-hard fans only, but not because it's not great - it is. But because there are a lot of crimson concerts nowadays.
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4 stars Quality of sound is very good. A lot of songs from "live in Warsaw" you can find on "Heavy ConstruKction" (from cd1: tracks 5, 6; cd2: t. 7; cd3: t.9). I give 4 stars - this album really deserves for that.
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