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Live On Earth - The Online Lockdown Concert
Artist: Imperial Age
Format: DVD

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Label: IPRA
Rel. Date: 08/20/2021
UPC: 749403774643

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DISC: 1

1. Turn the Sun Off!
2. The Escape
3. Vanaheim
4. Domini Canes
5. Warrior Race
6. Wings of your Heart
7. Love Eternal
8. In The Center of the Earth
9. Life Eternal
10. The Castaways
11. Islands in Time
12. Battle Heart
13. Aryavarta
14. Death Guard
15. And I Shall Find My Home
16. The Awakening
17. The Monastery
18. Anthem of Valour
19. The Legacy of Atlantis
20. The Making Of Live on Earth (bonus)

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DVD. In April 2020 Planet Earth looked grim... The entire civilized world was paralyzed by an unprecedented wave of fear. People were imprisoned inside their homes, needing special permission for so much as to stick their noses outdoors. The strongest economies were hitting all-time lows, and the live music industry collapsed entirely: all concerts were cancelled, venues and promoters were going bankrupt and well-established bands were launching crowdfunding campaigns asking their fans to help them out of debt... Under these dystopian circumstances, on the 25th of April 2020, a small group of Russian Metalheads (together with a very brave crew) gathered in the empty, locked-down and severely policed city of Moscow, obtained (in various ways) the QR codes required to get through all the police and military cordons, and set out to perform a 3-hour long online concert for their fans worldwide. Crazy? Maybe. Especially keeping in mind that the musicians had invested $2,500 USD of their own money into organizing it.