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3.12 | 15 ratings | 1 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Live, released in 2004

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Introitus (1:22)
2. Second Sight (6:07)
3. Chosen (8:43)
4. The Stringless Violin (6:32)
5. From My Sleep... To Someone Else (7:47)
6. Promises (5:14)
7. Seven Lands Of Sins (14:02)
8. Panem Et Circences (Jap Bonus) (6:18)
9. In Nomine... (6:24)

Total Time: 62:29

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Line-up / Musicians

- Kevin Codfert / keyboard
- Stéphan Forté / guitar
- Franck Hermanny / bass
- Eric Lebailles / drums
- Gustavo Monsanto / vocals

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CD Avalon Japan

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ADAGIO A Band In Upperworld ratings distribution


3.12
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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(0%)
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Good, but non-essential (47%)
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Review by King of Loss
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3 stars This is Adagio's first live album and third major release. This album here shows major promise for this new band formed by NeoClassical guitar virtuoso Stephanie Forte. The album features 62 minutes of coverage (if you have the Japanese bonus of course) and showcases some of their songs in a very initimate setting. The setlist features The Stringless Violin, which is in fact one of favorite songs of all time and it is done in an almost perfect way. Gustavo Monsato's voice is almost flawless in this performance except for the obvious live hitch and there.

Great live album, recommended for fans of Symphony X.

3.5 stars

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