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Another Moment in Time - Live In Poland [DVD]

a Live Video release
by
Final Conflict

Release Year: 2009

Date Label Catalog # Comments
Metal Mind Records (MMP DVD 0173)
This release is available in 3 formats: DVD, DVD+CD and CD only.
Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound and more! Limited DVD+CD edition includes a bonus audio CD with songs recorded during the gig at the theater.
Added To Proggnosis Database on: 3/23/2009 12:00:00 AM
Entry Last Updated on: 4/4/2018 11:45:00 AM by: DBSilver
    DVD
  1. Solitude
  2. Stand Up
  3. The Following
  4. Miss D’Meanour
  5. Stop
  6. Rebellion
  7. Can’t Buy Experience
  8. All Alone
  9. The Janus
  10. Waiting for a Chance
    Extras:
    • Interview with Andy Lawton and Brian Donkin
    • Interview with Henrym Rogers and Barry Elwood
    CD
  1. Solitude
  2. Stand Up
  3. The Following
  4. Miss D’Meanour
  5. Stop
  6. Rebellion
  7. Can’t Buy Experience
  8. All Alone
  9. The Janus
  10. Waiting for a Chance
Andy Lawton
vocals, guitars
Brian Donkin
guitars, vocals
Henry Rogers
drums
Barry Elwood
bass
Steve Lipiec
keyboards

Reviewed by Tina on 20 Sep 2009


The gig starts with a good atmosphere driven by a heartbeat rhythm which is quickly joined by keys. This is very effective. I like the track Solitude, from the studio album, it fits the neo progressive stereotype well. The multi-part vocals come across particularly well. For me the bass is on the loud side when it kicks in. This is short-lived, lasting just a few seconds.

Stop is a notable track. The keys and guitar give a good atmosphere which come across well on the DVD. The band move from one section of the track to the next, seamlessly. There are a couple of instrumental breaks which work particularly well. Rebellion lives up to the promise to liven things up and I like Can't Buy Experience. This is a good instrumental with a fantastic drum section (although I admit that I know very little about drumming!). Waiting for a Chance is a good final track.


The audience respond very well to the band and the camera work works for me, which is as expected from Metal Mind's.

I've seen Final Conflict live a couple of times, so knew that they can put on a good show. They lived up to my expectations. They have a good amount of energy and appear to enjoy themselves. This, together with what appears to me to be an almost faultless performance, makes this a good DVD.