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MAGENTA - Live At Real World (2 CD + DVD)

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MAGENTA - Live At Real World (2 CD + DVD)LIMITED 2 CD + DVD (NTSC/Region 0) - Magenta's Acoustic concert at Peter Gabriels Real World Studios
Format: DVD / Cat No: TMR / Released: 19/09/2010

Track Listing: Children of the Sun / Cold / Lemminkainen’s Lament / Hate You (Hanging by a thread) / Anger / Blind Faith / King of the Skies / Speechless / This Life / Moving On / Demons / Morning Sunlight / Journey’s End / Greed / The Ballad of Samuel Lane / Prekestolen / Metamorphosis / CD Bonus tracks: Night and Day / I’m Alive / All Around the World

More information: 'Live At Real World’ is a 3 disc set of Magenta's acoustic performance at Peter Gabriel’s Real World Studio recorded in November 2009. This special package features a 2 CD recording of the concert, with the addition of three bonus tracks recorded at Real World the following day. A DVD is also included featuring NTSC (region 0) format video of the entire concert (92 min) with audio in stereo and 5.1 mixes. Extras include a 5.1 mix of ‘Joe’ from ‘Home’, the promotional video for ‘Blind Faith’ and two photo galleries.

“Saturday 21st November 2009 will linger long in the memories of around 60 lucky Magenta fans as Peter Gabriel’s Real World Studios near Bath, UK, played host to the band’s first live acoustic recording.

This is a visual record of a remarkable event. With Rob Reed making use of the Wooden Room’s superb acoustic piano, and the band supplemented by a string quartet and oboe player, Magenta present beautiful new arrangements of many of its best known pieces. As well as extensive excerpts from both the ‘Home’ and ‘Metamorphosis’ albums, there are rare outings for ‘Greed’ (from ‘Seven’) and both ‘Cold’ and ‘Lemminkainen’s Lament’ (from ‘The Singles’).

This is an opportunity to appreciate the charm and subtleties of a band best known for its high-energy electric performances, and is not to be missed. Magenta – unplugged but still the Real Deal.”