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The Enid

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DVD/Video, released in 2009

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. God Save The Queen
2. Mayday Galliard
3. Judgment
4. In the Region of the Summer Stars
5. Summer Holiday(Dave Storey's Eccentric Send Up)
6. Humoresque
7. Cortege
8. The Song Of Fand
9. Wild Thing
10. The Dambusters & Land Of Hope and Glory

Total Time 87:24

Line-up / Musicians

- Francis Lickerish / Guitar
- Steve Stewart / Guitar
- Dave Storey / Drums and Percussion
- Robert John Godfrey / Keyboards and Vocals
- William Gilmour / Keyboards
- Tony Freer / Keyboards and Oboe
- Terry Pack / Bass

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DVD: Operation Seraphrim EWDVD01

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4 stars THE ENID's concerts at the Odeon Hammersmith supporting the "Touch Me" album, are regarded by many people as the band at their peak. Both in terms of popularity, and also musically. The previous five years had seen THE ENID gradually build a large and dedicated following of fans, and released 3 ... (read more)

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