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End of an Era

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Live 3 LP box set capturing the final concert recordings of vocalist Tarja Turenen and Nightwish before her departure from the band at the end of the 2005 tour. This release went Gold in one day after its release in Nightwish’s homeland of Finland. Century Media. 2006.

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  • As the title suggests, I found this concert footage incredible. I’ve never been to a concert that had so much raw energy and passion from both the band and the audience, and I’ve been to a LOT of concerts over the years, including bands such as Black Sabbath, Aerosmith, Pink Floyd, U2, Scorpions, and Judas Priest (easily the best concert I’ve personally been to).

    The first song grips you to a point you feel like you’re actually there, and from that point on you’re hooked, you HAVE to see the entire show.

    A HUGE thumbs up. If Nightwish had only remained this way, they could easily have been one of the most popular and influential bands on the planet.

    Posted on February 8, 2010 - Permalink - Buy Now
  • I think that “End Of An Era” is one of Nightwish’s best. I have not quit listening to it since I bought it through Amazon. The female vocals are great. This is one of the few Finnish metal bands that I listen to. The price was right and the delivery was fast and cheap. That is one of the reasons that I always buy from Amazon.

    Posted on February 8, 2010 - Permalink - Buy Now
  • This cd is one of the best Nightwish has ever maid. And I know that because I have them all. The first time I heard this band was a time at my firnds house and she playd “Over the Hills and Far Away” on her stero and I think I fell in some kind of trance I just heard the music comming from the streo and nothing more. The only thing I could say was “What’s that?”. And after that I have bought cd’s and dvd’s. But back to the album. The cd like I sad before is the best of Nightwish beacuse it has all and then I meen ALL the best songs from the other albums all my favorites. And sinse it’s a live album it’s not to dificullt to sing along with Tarja on songs like “Sleeping Sun and ” Over The Hills and far Away”. So this is defenattly a must have for all Nightwish fans around the world. But If you’ve never heard songs drom Nightwish I would start with “High Hopes: The Best Of Nightwish”. But like I sad this is the best album out there from this fantastic band! ^^ :D :P :)
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    ;P ;)

    Posted on February 8, 2010 - Permalink - Buy Now
  • The performance, production, and overall quality of this disc makes it one of the best live albums I’ve heard/bought in many years. I’d be extremely proud to leave Nightwish on this release if I were Tarja. It’s a great release, and highly recommended!

    Posted on February 8, 2010 - Permalink - Buy Now
  • I don’t think it’s possible to listen to this album and not have goose bumps crawling all over the flesh. Lately Nightwish has been my music of choice and I can’t seem to get enough, the louder the better! Often I find myself craving their mélange of rock, symphonic power metal and opera like vocals – even at work, with headphones on of course, don’t want to scare the socks off my coworkers, and I am constantly lost and mesmerized by the harmony of vocals and power that sound like a rock concert in tall halls of Valhalla.

    The guitars on this album shred the air like hungry sharks and the vocals are haunting. Much to my delight I can certainly see that Tuomas is greatly influenced by movie scores. I adore them too so to me music doesn’t get any better than this, and for a kid who grew up watching Conan movies and war epics this music pumps my blood in all the right places.

    This album is very operatic, but also grandiose and full of metal – and even better, it’s from a live concert, so it really sounds real. With the fans clapping and people screaming I feel connected, almost as if I was there myself. The lead singer – Tarja is a brilliant artist, even thought she is no longer with this band – I recommend her solo album “My Winter Storm” for the fans of this genre. Her first single off that CD is coincidentally called “I walk Alone” maybe she misses this kick a@@ band…

    - Kasia S.

    Posted on February 8, 2010 - Permalink - Buy Now