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A Vision of a Dying Embrace

Anathema

Type:
Video/VHS
Release date:
1997
Label:
Peaceville Records
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1. Sweet Tears 04:22   Show lyrics
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2. Mine Is Yours 04:32   Show lyrics
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3. The Silent Enigma 04:22   Show lyrics
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4. Hope 04:38   Show lyrics
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5. Intro 01:17   instrumental
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6. Restless Oblivion 07:47   Show lyrics
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7. Shroud of Frost 07:15   Show lyrics
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8. We the Gods 06:12   Show lyrics
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9. Sunset of Age 06:44   Show lyrics
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10. Mine Is Yours 05:04   Show lyrics
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11. Sleepless 04:02   Show lyrics
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12. The Silent Enigma 04:02   Show lyrics
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13. A Dying Wish 10:28   Show lyrics
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Band members
Duncan Patterson Bass
Danny Cavanagh Guitars
Vincent Cavanagh Guitars, Vocals
John Douglas Drums
Miscellaneous staff
Mez Cover art
Artur Wojewoda Mixing
Waldemar Szwajda Mixing
Jerzy Boduch Light designer
Robert Nowak Engineering
Piotr Brzeziński Engineering
Marcin Pietuch Stage design
Ryszard Melliwa Stage design
Dariusz Pawelec Director
Tomasz Kostuch Technical director
Duncan Patterson Bass
Danny Cavanagh Guitars
Vincent Cavanagh Guitars, Vocals
John Douglas Drums
Mez Cover art
Artur Wojewoda Mixing
Waldemar Szwajda Mixing
Jerzy Boduch Light designer
Robert Nowak Engineering
Piotr Brzeziński Engineering
Marcin Pietuch Stage design
Ryszard Melliwa Stage design
Dariusz Pawelec Director
Tomasz Kostuch Technical director
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Released on DVD in 2002.
Sleeve design by Mez.

Tracks 1-4 - promo videos
Tracks 5-13 - Live in Kraków (1st of March 1996).

"666" doesn't appear on the sleeve, but it was performed at the end of the show.
Duncan and Daniel swapped their instruments and played the song for something above 2 minutes.
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