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2.44 | 4 ratings | 2 reviews | 25% 5 stars

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Live, released in 1983

Songs / Tracks Listing

Record one (34:07)
1. Rákóczi induló
2. A nagy folyó
3. Kemény játék
4. Aj˙nlott utvonal
5. Eletfogytig rock and roll
6. Atlantis
7. Tizezer lépés
8. A holló

Record two (42:30)
1. Szemközt a rózsaszinnel
2. Kenyér és információ
3. Kötéltánc
4. Örültek órája
5. A hatalom szinháza
6. Addig élj
7. Nem tudom a neved
8. Gyöngyhaju lány

Total Time: 76:37

Line-up / Musicians

- László Benkö / keyboards
- Ferenc Debreceni / drums
- János Kobor / vocals
- Tamás Mihály / bass
- György Molnár / guitar

Releases information

2LP: 1983 Pepita SLPM 17777-78, CD: MEGA HCD 37835 (1995), or in 3 CD-boxset: MEGA HCD 37796 (1995).

Also released as: ''Double Live'' (2 LP), 1983 (with different artwork)

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OMEGA Jubileumi Koncert ratings distribution

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(25%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(0%)
Good, but non-essential (50%)
Collectors/fans only (25%)
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Review by NotAProghead
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2 stars Nice double LP cover, but now lots of better Omega live CDs and DVDs are available. The sound is rather poor, though not dramatically bad. And, as other reviewer mentioned, there are too many mostly mediocre songs from the 80's instead of classics for jubilee concert. My favourites here are ''Kemény játék'' (pop but so catchy tune from Omega X), ''Nem tudom a neved'' and, of course, all time greatest hit ''Gyöngyhaju lány'', wonderful ballad closing, I guess, every Omega concert.

The album has its moments, but I think in general it has rather historical meaning. Video version of this show has been released, with mono sound, on VHS quite a long time ago. If one day remastered versions of CD (the one, contained in ''Az Omega összes koncertfelvétele II'' box set, does not sound much better than LP) and DVD will see the light of day, it could be an improvement.

Mostly for fans.

Latest members reviews

3 stars Despite the impressive cover don't expect this 20th anniversary performance to be anything like the 1979 Kisstadion show or even the Kisstadion 80 show. It kicks off with a recording of the Rackoczi March played by some really bad tin can orchestra which sounds like it was conducted by Tom Wai ... (read more)

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