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Author Topic: Mexico 2000: Full Show  (Read 876 times)

Illuminated World of Ash

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Mexico 2000: Full Show
« on: 11 January 2013, 19:00:14 »

 Finally this show is complete on YouTube (on 8 parts), you can watch it here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FZ-VSil5Bjk

It's really cool, nice old set with Morten doing clean vocals and Vibeke talking. The quality is bad, but it is still enjoyable.


Setlist:

01. Intro.
02. ...of Ruins and a Red Nightfall.
03. Lethean River.
04. Preludium...
05. Evenfall.
06. Aphelion.
07. Beyond the Veil.
08. Angina.
09. A Sequel of Decay.
10. Midwintertears.

Encore:
11. Wasteland's Caress.
12. My Lost Lenore.

On My Lost Lenore the sound faded and they stopped playing, came back after a minute and again couldn't continue playing. The third time it all worked and they played the full song, that's interesting to watch ;)
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Re: Mexico 2000: Full Show
« Reply #1 on: 27 January 2013, 09:52:14 »

It's pretty listenable after all. Great find! It's pretty odd that Anders doesn't even have his own microphone, even though I had a distinct impression that some of the layered harsh vocals on Of Ruins and a Red Nightfall weren't sung by Morten (he wasn't even by his micstand at that moment).
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Re: Mexico 2000: Full Show
« Reply #2 on: 28 January 2013, 00:04:07 »

...of Ruins and a Red Nightfall is a hell of a song to sing live, I bet they did some playback (or just had a layer of recorded vocals for support in the background) on that one or maybe the guy who recorded this fixed a few flaws on the performance ;)

Anders only did a few backing vocals live (at least on Widow's Tour DVD), so he was just a bit sick or lazy enough for not doing that.
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