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END OF INNOCENCE

Nightwish

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DVD/Video, released in 2003

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* 'End Of Innocence' documentary:
1. End Of All Hope (4:15)
2. Dead To The World (4:43)
3. 10th Man Down (5:29)
4. Slaying The Dreamer (4:53)
5. Over The Hills And Far Away (6:02)
6. Sleeping Sun (4:29)
7. The Kinslayer (4:10)
8. Come Cover Me (5:09)
* 'End Of All Hope' & 'Over The Hills And Far Away' (Videoclip)
* Photo Gallery
* Interview for MTV Brazil in 2003

+ audio CD:
Live in Norway. Rockefeller, Oslo July 4th 2003
1. Sleeping Sun
2. Wild Child
3. Beauty And The Beast
4. She's My Sin
5. Slaying The Dreamer

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Line-up / Musicians

- Tarja Turunen /lead vocals
- Marco Hietala / bass, backing vocals
- Tuomas Holopainen / keyboards
- Jukka Nevalainen / drums
- Emppu Vuorinen / guitars

Releases information

Spinefarm Records
September 6th, 2003

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3.00
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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(0%)
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Review by Tarcisio Moura
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3 stars The main feature of this DVD is a long documentary called End Of The Innocence, directed by Timo Halo. It contains mostly interviews with songwriter, leader and keyboardist Tuomas Holopainen and drummer Jukka Nevalainen talking about the bandĀ“s story and philosofy, plus many backstage shots (with lots of inside jokes), studio snippets, tour images on and off stage from several countries and so on. Quite interesting for the ones that are fond of Nightwish, but I thought at the time it awas a bit too soon for a group that young (around the time of their Century Child CD).

However, the extras were the best part: They include the band performing six songs in the Summer Breeze Festival in Germany, 2002. The images are excellent and the soundtrack is quite good too. There is also another live perfomance, this time at the Rockfeller, Oslo, Norway, 4th of July, 2003. Nightwish plays five tunes and it features the then new bassist Marco Hietala taking the vocal spot during a good cover of W.A.S.P.Ā“s Wild Child. The sound and imageĀ“s quality here is inferior but still acceptable.

There are also two videos, the excellent Over The Hills And Far Away and the bad End Of All Hope. The former shows how their budget for videos had swiollen since the very simple The Carpenter just three years before. A short MTV Brazil interview (without Tuomas) is also included.

A good documentary, with some fine extras to boost it. Good for the fans of the band, but hardly essential. If you want to see Nightwish just playing at their peak I strongly recommend you to get their brilliant From Wishes To Eternity. Rating for this one: 3 stars.

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