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Live in Stockholm 2004

Dissection

Type:
Live album
Release date:
September 22nd, 2009
Catalog ID:
N/A
Label:
Escapi Music
Format:
Unknown
Reviews:
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1. At the Fathomless Depths 03:19   instrumental
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2. Night's Blood 04:23   Show lyrics
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3. Frozen 04:24   Show lyrics
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4. Soulreaper 06:56   Show lyrics
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5. Where Dead Angels Lie 07:33   Show lyrics
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6. Retribution - Storm of the Light's Bane 06:03   Show lyrics
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7. Unhallowed 07:09   Show lyrics
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8. Thorns of Crimson Death 09:01   Show lyrics
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9. Heaven's Damnation 04:37   Show lyrics
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10. In the Cold Winds of Nowhere 04:41   Show lyrics
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11. The Somberlain 09:10   Show lyrics
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12. A Land Forlorn 07:32   Show lyrics
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Jon Nödtveidt (R.I.P. 2006) Guitars, Vocals
Set Teitan Guitars
Brice Leclercq Bass
Tomas Asklund Drums
Read Legandary concert... 99% misanthropic_zine December 3rd, 2010

Originally released as the bonus cd came with limited edition of the "Rebirth of Dissection" DVD, now reissued as a standalone release.

The track listing is not entirely correct. Track 1 actually features only the final seconds of "At the Fathomless Depths", followed by the first half of "Night's Blood". Track 2 continues with "Night's Blood". Track 9, "Heaven's Damnation", is not listed on the back of the CD.

Due to time constraints, this CD does not include all of the songs from the Rebirth of Dissection DVD. It is missing "At the Fathomless Depths", "Maha Kali", "No Dreams Breed in Breathless Sleep" and "Elizabeth Bathory".

This CD was released without the approval/input of the surviving members of Dissection, who have criticized the "poor and unworthy layout". However, the release was legal as the band had signed a contract with the label.

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