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Iced Earth

Alive In Athens

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Category: Power Metal

Year: 1999

Label: Century Media Records

Catalog Number: 7975

Average Rating: 90 / 100 (2 ratings)

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Iced Earth Alive In Athens Album Cover

Jon Schaffer Vocals, Guitar
Matthew Barlow Vocals
Larry Tarnowski Guitar
James Macdonough Bass

Additional Personnel
Rick Risberg Keyboards
Brent Smedley Drums

Recorded Live At The Rodon, Athens, Greece On January 23 & 24, 1999
Disc 1
1.  Burning Times live  4:07
2.  Vengeance Is Mine live  4:43
3.  Pure Evil live  6:36
4.  My Own Savior live  3:42
5.  Melancholy (Holy Martyr) live  4:55
6.  Dante's Inferno live  16:24
7.  The Hunter live  4:09
8.  Travel in Stygian live  9:03
9.  Slave to the Dark live  3:52
10.  A Question of Heaven live  8:17
Total Running Time:  65:48

Disc 2
11.  Dark Saga live  4:02
12.  The Last Laugh live  4:39
13.  Last December live  3:37
14.  Watching over Me live  4:53
15.  Angels Holocaust live  4:32
16.  Stormrider live  4:50
17.  The Path I Choose live  5:44
18.  I Died for You live  4:44
19.  Prophecy live  6:11
20.  Birth of the Wicked live  5:43
21.  The Coming Curse live  8:56
22.  Iced Earth live  6:59
Total Running Time:  64:50

Disc 3
23.  Stand Alone live  3:30
24.  Cast in Stone live  6:03
25.  Desert Rain live  7:20
26.  Brainwashed live  5:12
27.  Disciples of the Lie live  4:12
28.  When the Night Falls live  7:48
29.  Diary live  5:52
30.  Blessed Are You live  5:46
31.  Violate live  3:54
Total Running Time:  49:37

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: August 8, 2013 at 21:24
Oh man! What a monster live album this is! As if the two-disc version weren't enough, there is even a third disc available. Crystal-clear sound, note-perfect performances, Schaffer's rhythm playing as precise and tight as ever, Barlow on fire vocally, the crowd wound up and roaring. For some reason, I figured this would be an outdoor gig, like a festival, the crowd sounds huge, but the DVD version shows us it's actuallly a medium-sized club, maybe 1000-1500 people. Highlights everywhere. From the first disc: "Pure Evil," "My Own Savior," "The Hunter," "Travel In Stygian." From disc two, shit, pretty much the whole thing. Disc three is most notable for a wild version of "Violate" to finish things off, althoughI'm unclear on exactly where those nine songs actually falll in the setlists for the two-night stand. Just a smoking set, any way you slice it, and one of the best live albums since the format's '70's heyday.

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