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5 stars I must start saying this live album came out after seven full-lengths in a row, no other live album was released before by Enchant, not even mini albums, nothing at all. They waited untill the right moment to record this masterpliece and what a result it was! The album starts with Mae Dae/At Death's Door and if you are a fan on this band you should know their former name was "Mae Dae", so this couple of tracks are an important opening. The former is an instrumental, warming introduction to At Death's Door, one of my all time Enchant favourites. Then they play Sinking Sand, the opening track for their latest album (Tug Of War), followed by Under Fire, probably the most popular song they've done. And so, Live At Last is a two hours and a half journey through all Enchant's career, showing up outstanding musicians and a flawless singer (who I must say also play rhythm guitar) who is in my top5 favourites. The highlights in LAL are many, but the peak of the night is absolutely What To Say, a very emotive song in which Ted Leonard brings out everything a good singer is: technical, professional and most important, touching. That song makes me shiver everytime I listen to it. The other highlights are Under Fire (because of what I said earlier), Acquintance (another touching song), I think Seeds Of Hate (a very catchy track, the audience shows up that) and the closing track, of course, Oasis, Enchant's anthem. The DVD is even better, but this is something you just can't let go.

5 stars, no doubt of it.

painofdamnation | 5/5 |


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