Nightwish: End of an Era

Nightwish: End of an Era

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The music release Nightwish: End of an Era packs in both the infamous "last concert" of the titular Finnish heavy metal band - with Tarja Turunen as a featured musician - and a 55-minute documentary on the group entitled "Nightwish: A Day Before Tomorrow." The 18 selections from the concert include: "Ever Dream," "Dark Chest of Wonders," "Planet Hell,"

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The music release Nightwish: End of an Era packs in both the infamous "last concert" of the titular Finnish heavy metal band - with Tarja Turunen as a featured musician - and a 55-minute documentary on the group entitled "Nightwish: A Day Before Tomorrow." The 18 selections from the concert include: "Ever Dream," "Dark Chest of Wonders," "Planet Hell," "Sleeping Sun," "Nemo," "Ghost Love Score," and "Slaying the Dreamer." As an added bonus, the release incorporates a photo gallery, a replica of a ticket to the final concert and a Nightwish mediaplayer.

Product Details

Release Date:
06/16/2009
UPC:
0727361223199
Original Release:
2009
Source:
Nuclear Blast Americ
Presentation:
[Wide Screen]
Sound:
[Dolby Digital Stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time:
1:45:00
Sales rank:
26,134

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Nightwish Vocals

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Nightwish: End of an Era 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
EireSilvermist More than 1 year ago
Though it is the last performance of original Nightwish frontwoman Tarja Trunnen, it is by no means any less of a beautiful show. With the amazing breathtaking music of Nightwish, combined with the awe inspiring guest appearence of John Two Hawkes, End of an Era is a can't miss show for any true fan of Nightwish. The documentary portion offers a personal look at the band as they go about their touring activities. If any fan has watched any of the previously released dvd documentaries, and understands the circumstances that surrounded Tarja's dismissal from Nightwish, the evidence of the changes occuring within the band is heartbreakingly obvious. A wonderful dvd, a wonderful band. Something that should not be missed.
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