Pendragon - Out Of Order Comes Chaos
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A brand new DVD release by the legendary neo-prog-rock band Pendragon recorded in Wyspianski Theatre, Poland, in April 2011. The exquisite set list includes songs from their latest, very well received album ""Passion"" as well as classics from their catalog. Bonus features: interview with Nick Barrett, ""...Some of the Chaos"" video documenting the band's life on tour, ""...Some of the Order"" video featuring behind the scenes footage filmed on the day of the DVD recording. Also includes: fully animated menu, discography, photo gallery, biography and desktop images.
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I want to see a new concert of one of my favorite bands but with the magic of the blu ray quality.
Fans of Pendragon.....i'm sorry.The concert is very similar to the DVD "and now everybody to the stage..." and the picture and sound quality is.......THE SAME!!!!!!
The picture is very grainy and the sound denotes a some kind of dinamic compression.
This concert is filmed in the same theater of the last DVD's, the Wyspianski Theatre in Katowice, Poland.
The set list is very good and perfectly played by this excellent musicians, but if you buy this new blu ray edition don't think to find a different Pendragon show.
The show contains a lot of songs from the two latests cd's, which show the band incorporated some heavy parts, more obvious in these songs ; "Comatose", "Freakshow" and "Empathy", the latter has even a rap section. "Feeding Frenzzy" tell it all, it's really frenzy! The Passion's CD have been written to fit the new dynamic style of the drummer Scott Higham. The standout track is at the first encore ; "Indigo" who reminds us of the band Arena and Pink Floyd for the Gilmour guitar style of Nick Barrett.
I hope that the band will continue into this direction, because their sound was becoming too polished, and repetitive. It was time to bring some chaos in their music. The Blu-Ray contains also a interview with Nick and a documentary of 45 minutes that it's worth watching one time with Nick behind the camera.