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2.26 | 8 ratings | 1 reviews | 14% 5 stars

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DVD/Video, released in 2003

Songs / Tracks Listing

DVD 1 (85:00)
1. Intro Gazza Ladra
2. El Santo Grial
3. Molinos De Viento
4. El Que Quiera Entender Que Entienda
5. Santa Compana
6. El Fin De Camino
7. Hasta Que El Cuerpo Aguante
8. La Insula De Barataria
9. Pensando En Ti
10. Hijo Del Blues
11. La Leyenda De La Mancha
12. Maritormes
13. Astaroth
14. Jesus De Chamberi
15. Resacosix En Hispania
16. Satania
17. La Danza Del Fuego
18. Fiesta Pagana

DVD 2:
1. Dokumentation (1 h)
2. Video Clip: Molinos de Viento (4:47)
3. Interview With Cover Artist (4:30)
4. Interview With Band Photographers (2:56)

Line-up / Musicians

- Txus / drums
- Jose / vocals
- Frank / guitar
- Carlitos / guitar
- Mohamed / violin & viola
- Quisquilla / keyboards & accordeon
- Fernando / flute
- Salva / bass

Releases information

2DVD Locomotive Music LM 120 (2003)

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MÄGO DE OZ A Costa Da Rock ratings distribution

(8 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(14%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(29%)
Good, but non-essential (0%)
Collectors/fans only (14%)
Poor. Only for completionists (43%)

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Review by chamberry
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2 stars Well to be honest this isn't one of the best DVD I've seen, It's not even close. It has some very low cuality recording, some low cuality sound and low cuality editing. I got dissapointed by these problems it has, but it doesn't mean that it isn't an enjoyable DVD. This DVD has the best songs from them. It even has a cover of Dust In The Wind but in spanish!. Another slight problem that I had was That the songs are a little bit more fast than normal but it has a very energetic feeling that keeps you pumped for the whole show.

The second disc gives you an inside on their lives on the road, a video clip of one song, Txus describing how he sees the music of Mago de Oz and many other goodies of the band and crew.

For fans or collectors only, It may scare new people coming into the world of Magode Oz.

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