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4.49 | 42 ratings | 1 reviews | 73% 5 stars

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Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Intro (2:18)
2. Awake and Nervous (8:05)
3. The Darkest Hour (10:05)
4. From the Outside In (7:47)
5. The Road of Bones (8:15)
6. Frequency (8:14)
7. Without Walls (20:04)
8. Ocean (6:18)
9. Leap of Faith (7:35)
10. Until the End (11:40)
11. Outer Limits (6:49)
12. The Seventh House (16:24)

Main Feature Total Time 113:34

Special Features:
- The Encores
1. Intro (1:00)
2. Ten Million Demons (7:50)
3. Widow's Peak (10:00)
- The Projections
4. All the Live Projections from the Complete Gig (including encores) Set to the Live Stereo Soundtrack (132:44)
- 'Until the End'
5. At the Lorelei Festival 2014 (11:43)
- The Art of the Road of Bones
6. Peter Nicholls in Conversation with Tony Lythgoe, Artist and Designer (14:00)
- Photo Gallery
7. Photo Gallery (7:22)

Special Features Total Time 184:39

Line-up / Musicians

- Peter Nicholls / lead & backing vocals
- Michael Holmes / guitars
- Tim Esau / bass, bass pedals
- Paul Cook / drums & percussion
- Neil Durant / keyboards

Releases information

Label: GEP
Format: Blu-ray
January 20, 2017

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IQ Scrape Across the Sky ratings distribution

(42 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(73%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(24%)
Good, but non-essential (2%)
Collectors/fans only (0%)
Poor. Only for completionists (0%)

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Review by rdtprog
SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Heavy, RPI, Symph, JR/F Canterbury Teams
4 stars IQ has offered us many high-quality studio albums and many live releases over their career, "Road To The Bones" is no exception. This is their first Blu-Ray shot in a small club in Holland. They played all of the first cd of their last album, one from the second cd, plus classics from various albums. How can we say something wrong about this professionalism band in terms of playing display, the songs being performed faithfully to the studio versions. However, it is a little bit frustrating for me to hear many drops in the surround sound through the show, unlike the stereo sound that you can listen also in the extras with all the projections. The song "Until The End" was also shown in the extras at the Lorelei Festival. I would have preferred to see this complete show instead of the one they choose because it looks better on a bigger stage. In the extras, there's an interview between Peter Nicholls and the artist designer that will appeal to a few people. They should have done interviews with the band's members instead. So, thumbs up for the performance, the set list and thumbs down for some technical issue with the surround sound, that is still good for the spatialization. IQ score of 4

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