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4.02 | 5 ratings | 2 reviews | 40% 5 stars

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Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Petróleum lámpa (Petroleum Lantern)
2. Addig élj! (Live As Long As)
3. Léna (Russian Winter)
4. Idorablo (Time Robber)
5. Őrültek órája (Rush Hour)
6. Éjféli koncert (Late Night Show)
7. Tizezer Lepes (Ten Thousand Paces)
8. Nem tudom a neved (Help To Find Me)
9. Gyöngyhajú lány (Pearls In Her Hair)
10. Finale - Medley
11. Medley: Ket Valaszhato Kameraallasbol

Total time 64 min.

Line-up / Musicians

- János Kóbor / lead vocals
- György Molnár / guitars
- László Benkő / keyboards, backing vocals
- Tamás Mihály / bass, backing vocals
- Ferenc Debreczeni / drums

Guest musicians:
- Zsolt Gömöri / keyboards
- Tamás Szekeres / guitar
- György Demeter / backing vocals
- Attila Vértes / backing vocals

+ ILLES, METRO (on "Finale - Medley")

Releases information

DVD Mega MDVD 87644 (2002)

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Review by erik neuteboom
5 stars In the late Seventies I bought the 2-LP Live At The Kiss Stadion by the acclaimed Hungarian progrock band Omega. This is still one of my favorites so I was excited when I heard that this live DVD contains many songs from the great early period. Omega has released a lot of DVD's but in my opinion this one is superior to all others in every way.

From the very first moment you will be blown away by the inspired and dedicated performance by Omega: the beautiful lighshow, the emotional crowd participation (lots of Omega banners, even "Deutschland Gammapolis") and, last but not least, the outstanding renditions of their early work like Russian Winter (wonderful melancholic climate, great vocal harmonies and spectacular synthesizer flights), Late Night Show (excellent interplay, strong duo-guitar work and warm crowd reactions), Ten Thousand Paces (swirling Hammond organ intro, exciting V-shaped guitar and duo-guitar play) and Help To Find Me (sensational, often pitchbend driven synthesizer flights, powerful duo-guitar play and dynamic drums). For me it was very moving to see how outstanding this Hungarian progrock legend played (skills, power, energy) and how sheer euphoric the Hungarians fans reacted on the music, this concert was a joy for everyone! This DVD is an excellent choice, it captures Omega at their best!


Thanks to Norbert, my Hungarian PA friend!

Review by NotAProghead
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3 stars Three legends of Hungarian rock, ILLES, METRO and OMEGA, played the concert before enthusiastic crowd at giant Népstadion football arena in Budapest on June, 2, 2001. Each band had its about 1-hour set. This historical event has been released both as 3 DVD set ''Szuperconcert'' and as single DVDs of each band. OMEGA were headliners and this DVD is their part of the concert.

OMEGA show starts with nice folkish ''Petróleum lámpa'' from ''Omega II'' album, then, after standard rocker ''Addig élj!'', songs from the band's space period follow (tracks 3 - 6), showing us hints of Russian tunes in beautiful ballad ''Léna'', strong vocal harmonies in dramatic ''Éjféli koncert'', keyboard wizardry and hypnotic guitar solos here and there. After slightly monotonous ''Tizezer Lepes'' follows strong live number ''Nem tudom a neved'', where László Benkö rules on keyboards. OMEGA set ends with inevitable ''Gyöngyhajú lány'', the band's visit card (what a wonderful song!). Final medley, consisting of ILLES, METRO and OMEGA songs, played by all bands together, is included in OMEGA disc. Nice jam of rock veterans.

Nothing wrong with songs selection, picture and sound quality. Good, but too short DVD (only 60 minutes). Recommended, but ''Népstadion 1994'' and ''Népstadion 1999'' DVDs are longer and more interesting visually.

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