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Live, released in 2008

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Intro / In and Above Men (04:28)
2. From Lowering Skies (06:27)
3. Alma Mater (03:30)
4. Vampiria (05:26)
5. The Southern Deathstyle (05:01)
6. Everything Invaded (06:23)
7. Opium (02:56)
8. Devilred (03:39)
9. Abysmo (04:34)
10. Ruin & Misery (04:11)
11. Mephisto (05:43)
12. Full Moon Madness (06:39)

Total Time 58:57

Line-up / Musicians

- Ricardo Amorim / Guitar
- Miguel Gaspar / Drums
- Pedro Paixao / Keyboard
- Fernando Ribeiro / Vocals

Releases information

Century Media, Dec 2008

CD audio version of the show at Metalmania, Poland 2004 avaiable at the disc 1
of the DVD Lusitanian Metal.

Also released in a special deluxe pack along with the 2DVD set.

Thanks to mogorva for the addition
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1 stars Don't get me wrong, I really like the studio albums of Moonspell and I have even seen them in concert and I have liked their performance very much. That's why I got so shocked when I listened to this album. This album lacks of everything that a good live album needs. There is no connection and co ... (read more)

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