Live At The Point 2007 (DVD)

SKU: DVDTMR004
Label:
Tigermoth Records
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NTSC
Region:
Region 0
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Progressive Rock
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The second DVD from this great Welsh progressive rock band. Pro-shot in front of their home audience, Live At The Point features a completely different set from the band's first DVD The Gathering. It also features a much more enjoyable viewing experience as it doesn't feature the constant jump cuts that was on the first DVD. It was filmed in 2007 - before Metamorphosis was recorded so the material draws on the back catalog.

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