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The Video Link

Rage

Type:
Video
Release date:
January 21st, 1994
Catalog ID:
N/A
Label:
Noise Records
Format:
VHS
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1. Shame on You 04:31   Show lyrics
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2. Don't Fear the Winter 03:56   Show lyrics
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3. Certain Days 05:26   Show lyrics
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4. Documentary (Stage Setup)  
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5. Suicide 04:06   Show lyrics
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6. Refuge 03:56   Show lyrics
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7. Interview at the Venue  
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8. Baby, I'm Your Nightmare 05:07   Show lyrics
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9. Down by Law 03:38   Show lyrics
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10. Firestorm 05:06   Show lyrics
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11. Nevermore / Soundmix in Florida 04:25   Show lyrics
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12. Solitary Man 03:38   Show lyrics
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13. Documentary  
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14. Medley: Enough Is Enough / Invisible Horizons 10:14   Show lyrics
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Band members
Peter "Peavy" Wagner Vocals, Bass
Manni Schmidt Guitars
Chris Efthimiadis Drums
Miscellaneous staff
Sven Conquest Producer, Engineering, Mixing
Karl-U. Walterbach Executive producer
Peter Ernst Producer
Peter Vahlefeld Sleeve design
Sven Conquest Producer, Engineering, Mixing
Karl-U. Walterbach Executive producer
Peter Ernst Producer
Peter Vahlefeld Sleeve design
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This video features the live-recording of the Rage show at Docks, Hamburg on September 25th, 1993. This show was part of the "Melodic Metal" tour with Gamma Ray, Helicon and Conception. There's also an audio sampler called Power of Metal that contains these live tracks. That one also exists as a video sampler, featuring a few tracks which were not released on the audio version and The Video Link. This was one of the last ever performances by this particular Rage link-up.

Re-issued on DVD with slightly altered track list in 2003.
DVD features:
- introduction and track-by-track audio review from journalist Malcome Dome
- Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround
- running time: 55 minutes
- aspect ratio: 4:3

Also released as laser disc in Japan.

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