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This is the only official live recording of King Diamond and just by saying that makes it essential for fans of King. Originally recorded in 1987 on the Abigail tour, In Concert wasn't released until 1990 after The Eye. King says he was digging through some old boxes in a dark cellar of his when he found three reels of unmarked tapes. When he listened to them he found that they were recorded live sessions of some Abigail shows. This is a great album and is a live album in every sense of the word, no overdubs or touch-ups. Featuring the same line-up as the Abigail album except that guitarist Michael Denner was no longer in the band and was temporarily replaced by Swede Michael Moon. Moon does a fine job of playing Denner's solos and does a fairly good job making them his own. Featuring many of the Abigail tracks they sound as good as the record just a bit more raw. In Concert also features two tracks off the debut Fatal Portrait which sound equally as killer. Also are an amazing guitar solo by Andy LaRocque and an equally amazing drum solo by Mikkey Dee the $15 dollars the album costs is worth it for these two songs. Also is the Mercyful Fate classic Come to the Sabbath on here and it sounds as good if not better then the album version. And as an added bonus is the classic single No Presents For Christmas. A great live album, that is essential for Diamond fans and is one of the best metal live albums of all time.