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Release date: 14 June 2004
Style: Power metal

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Disc I [Blind Guardian Open Air Coburg]

01. War Of Wrath
02. Time Stands Still
03. Banish From Sanctuary
04. Nightfall
05. The Script For My Requiem
06. Valhalla
07. A Past And Future Secret
08. Punishment Divine
09. Mordred's Song
10. The Last Candle
11. Bright Eyes
12. Lord Of The Rings
13. I'm Alive
14. Another Holy War
15. And Then There Was Silence
16. Somewhere Far Beyond
17. The Bard's Song (In The Forest)
18. Imaginations From The Other Side
19. And The Story Ends
20. Mirror Mirror

Disc II [bonus]
01. Into The Storm (Stuttgart 2002)
02. Welcome To Dying (Stuttgart 2002)
03. Lost In The Twilight Hall (Stuttgart 2002)
04. Majesty (Wacken 2002)
+ Interview
+ Backstage Scenes Of The "A Night At The Opera Tour 2002"
+ The Making Of "The Blind Guardian Festival Coburg 2003"
+ Slideshow

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Ellrohir - 07.02.2010 at 01:53  
Rating: 10 I bought it, unpacked it, admired the artworks and finally watched it...now i can die, literally
Valentin B - 02.04.2010 at 10:15  
Rating: 10
Written by Ellrohir on 07.02.2010 at 01:53

I bought it, unpacked it, admired the artworks and finally watched it...now i can die, literally

it's a great DVD, probably the most devoted fans ever caught on video apart from Maiden's Rock In Rio and Flight 666 DVD's, but imo the main disc(the one which i watched) lacks 4 ABSOLUTELY ESSENTIAL BG songs. i'm sure you know which i'm talking about.

on a side note, when i watched it i made a point of not checking out the tracklist. boy was i surprised at hearing one of my favorite tracks as the second one, my neck feels a bit stiff and of course when they played Lord of the Rings, my absolutely favorite BG track. (fuck, i just watched the bit where they play LOTR and i almost cried)

just for the record, i'm talking about Welcome To Dying, Born In a Mourning Hall, Majesty and Into The Storm(probably the most epic chorus out of all the BG discography, which is really saying something)
Baz Anderson - 02.04.2010 at 17:32  
  I've seen Blind Guardian live three times I think, but I've never seen "And Then There Was Silence" live. I would love to see them do that one day.

I bought this DVD many years ago, haven't watched it for a long time though.
Ellrohir - 07.04.2010 at 00:53  
Rating: 10
Written by Valentin B on 02.04.2010 at 10:15

just for the record, i'm talking about Welcome To Dying, Born In a Mourning Hall, Majesty and Into The Storm(probably the most epic chorus out of all the BG discography, which is really saying something)


i would say for example "Time What Is Time" is waaay better how any of those four ...but any whining about "missing songs" on DVD made after 7 full lengths is nothing but pointless anyway also there is probably no song i would like to "sacrifice" for any substitute...maybe "And The Story Ends"
Valentin B - 07.04.2010 at 01:22  
Rating: 10
Written by Ellrohir on 07.04.2010 at 00:53

Written by Valentin B on 02.04.2010 at 10:15

just for the record, i'm talking about Welcome To Dying, Born In a Mourning Hall, Majesty and Into The Storm(probably the most epic chorus out of all the BG discography, which is really saying something)


i would say for example "Time What Is Time" is waaay better how any of those four ...but any whining about "missing songs" on DVD made after 7 full lengths is nothing but pointless anyway also there is probably no song i would like to "sacrifice" for any substitute...maybe "And The Story Ends"

Story Ends was a great surprise, when i heard the unmistakable intro. the fact is, i think Silence drags on for way too much time and an impossibly epic chant combo like Welcome To Dying-Born In a Mourning Hall would have been more appropriate. still, a kickass DVD.
Ellrohir - 07.04.2010 at 01:28  
Rating: 10 And Then There Was Silence may "take time", but for me it is one of the most epic songs ever...and of course one of the best by BG...it cannot missing
Lord_Regnier - 07.04.2010 at 02:49  
  Is the sound as muffled as on the live album "Bard's Tavern"?
Because I don't like how this live album is produced.
Ellrohir - 07.04.2010 at 03:21  
Rating: 10 I cant really judge sound quality fairly, because i have quite poor system...all i can say is, that i had no serious complains about sound
Baz Anderson - 07.04.2010 at 03:25  
 
Written by Lord_Regnier on 07.04.2010 at 02:49

Is the sound as muffled as on the live album "Bard's Tavern"?
Because I don't like how this live album is produced.

From what I remember, it wasn't really clean... but it was years ago when I last watched it, so I can't really say.
NocturnalStalker - 13.01.2013 at 08:15  
Rating: 9 Great DVD. It contains many of my favourite songs and "And Then There Was Silence" sounded as epic live as on the record. No complaints about video and sound quality. Besides the second disc contains some nice bonus material.

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