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Pagan's Mind - Full Circle - Live at Center Stage CD (album) cover

FULL CIRCLE - LIVE AT CENTER STAGE

Pagan's Mind

 

Progressive Metal

3.00 | 1 ratings

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rdtprog
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3 stars This DVD and tour may not have happened because the father of guitar player Jorn Viggo was terminally sick, but he wished himself that the band and his son goes on. He passed away one year later. In this show, the band played the complete "Celestial Entrance" album in the first set. The music is very similar to Dream Theater leaning towards the Power Metal style. The voice of Nils K' Rue is almost a copy of Geoff Tate of Queensryche, which means a little irritating. It seems that every time he was stepping off the stage, it was a relief for my ears because I felt that throughout this show, the instrumental parts were the strongest moments. I am thinking of "Back to The Magic of Childhood suite" and the Dream Theater "a lot like", but brilliant "Full Circle". "Hallo Spaceboys" was another highlight because it was not the usual band's style. In fact, it's a song composed by Brian Eno and David Bowie! The Blu-Ray package has no extras but the full concert on 2 audio CDS and 1 video Blu-Ray. 3.5 stars
rdtprog | 3/5 |

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