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4.31 | 42 ratings | 1 reviews | 52% 5 stars

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Live, released in 2013

Songs / Tracks Listing

CD 1 (52:21)
1. Transformed (3:00)
2. We Are What We Are (The Keeper) (10:45)
3. Beyond Man and Time (The Blind) (6:38)
4. Unchain the Earth (The Scientist) (7:13)
5. The Ugliest Man (The Ugly) (9:02)
6. The Road of Creation (The Creator) (6:11)
7. Somewhere in Between (The Dream of Saying Yes) (9:32)

CD 2 (43:04)
1. The Shadow (6:59)
2. The Wise in the Desert (6:10)
3. The Fisherman (17:35)
4. The Noon (4:37)
5. Roses (7:43)

Total Time 95:25

Line-up / Musicians

- Yogi Lang / vocals, keyboards
- Kalle Wallner / guitar
- Marc Turiaux / drums
- Markus Jehle / keyboards
- Werner Taus / bass

Releases information

Released by Metal Mind Production (Poland) as 2CD version of video show, recorded live at Theatre Śląski, Katowice, Poland 22.02.2013

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RPWL A Show Beyond Man and Time ratings distribution

(42 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(52%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(40%)
Good, but non-essential (7%)
Collectors/fans only (0%)
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Review by Windhawk
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4 stars German band RPWL has been around in one shape or another since 1997, and from 2000 and onwards they have made a name for themselves with their brand of melodic, atmospheric progressive rock. Initially with clear tie-ins to their past as a Pink Floyd cover band, but in later years they have appeared to increasingly find a sound less easy to place directly within such a context. "A Show Beyond Man and Time" is RPWL's third live album, and was released in the fall of 2013 as the audio only alternative to a DVD production.

Any band that has been a going concern for some time feel the need to release a live album, and in the case of RPWL they now have three such productions in their catalog. And at least in the case of this latest production, it is a very satisfying experience too. A nice and pleasant studio album is transformed into a more vital production here, with a stronger and more distinct nerve and tension elevating the material covered quite nicely. While I found the DVD version of this concert an even more satisfying experience, this double live CD is one well worth checking out too, with existing fans of RPWL and those with a soft spot for neo progressive rock as the likely key audiences.

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