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by - written on 26/01/08 (Very useful, 30 readings)
There was no real need for an Arch Enemy live album this early in the band's career, but due to either a contractual obligation or the departure of vocalist Johan Liiva, this 1999 live performance from Tokyo was cobbled together with hasty cover art (the same as the previous studio album 'Burning Bridges,' but tinted red and with a live photo clumsily overlaid) and would ultimately represent the end of the Liiva era and the band's relative obscurity. The sound quality here is excellent, but there's really very little to discern these songs from the three studio albums they hail from, apart from rather pointless crowd interaction between that merely introduces ... Read the complete review
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