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Progressive metal band Redemption is preparing to film its second live DVD at the Progpower festival in Atlanta, GA in September, 2012.
Progressive metal band Redemption is preparing to film its second live DVD at the Progpower festival in Atlanta, GA in September, 2012.
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    1. Jackie Felix on September 9, 2014

      Just received the DVD... Thanks for all the hard work!

    2. Mason A. Rouser on September 8, 2014

      Ray sounds much better in this show.

      Is the bonus material supposed to cut out approximately 1 minute into Leviathan Rising?

    3. Thuong Pham on September 6, 2014

      Just received my discs. Really enjoying watching the show. Gatefold packaging would've been preferred over traditional jewel case but that's just a minor thing and just my opinion.

    4. Rick Atkinson on April 24, 2013

      Remove it. Would just be a distraction from the music. Thanks.

    5. Sylvain Belanger on April 17, 2013

      Leave it in. It's part of a live concert experience.

    6. Bill Griffin on April 16, 2013

      Leave it. It was a moment in time that was caught. One day we will all listen to it and smile, remembering that we were there and heard it live.

    7. Thuong Pham on April 15, 2013

      I say leave it in. It's in between songs so I don't think it's going to be that much of distraction. It's a live show so I expected to hear all sorts of hootin' and hollerin'.

    8. Oscar Quintero on April 15, 2013

      I guess you could still leave it there, just make its presence the lowest you can get it to. LOL.
      I'm not a fan of Stern but the crowd noise adds "authenticity" to the live experience to an extent. I know Porcupine Tree's Arriving Somewhere (the Live DVD) has somebody yelling "Freebird!!" in the audience. It doesn't distract me at least, but makes the concert to have a bar gig feeling. Same with Enchant's live album. That definitetly sounds like a bar gig.

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      Joel D Cassin on April 15, 2013

      I agree with Duncan... to a degree. If it's going to leave some kind of obvious "pit" in the main audio it might be worth considering leaving it for continuity. Otherwise yeah, we want Redemption!

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      Duncan on April 15, 2013

      The "bababooey" should be eliminated. I love Stern, but I want to listen to Redemption, not Stern.

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      Edmund Johnson on September 11, 2012

      What's the ticket situation for the Saturday morning show? I have to leave in just over an hour!

    12. Kevin Valasek on August 26, 2012

      Is it close to blu ray range?

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      Gustavo Espindola on August 23, 2012

      What about to play "Used to Be" or "Departure of the Pale Horse"??? These are my favorites!!!

    14. Quietus on August 21, 2012

      Exactly what Ben Cheek wrote !!

    15. Mike J Wilson on August 21, 2012

      Hell yeah! Made the goal with ease! Congrats 'Redemption'!!!

    16. Ben Cheek on August 21, 2012

      Hooray! We hit the goal! Now let's get to a reach goal for blu-ray!

    17. Edgar Molina on August 15, 2012

      ooh, a digital download sounds nice.

    18. Johan Broberg on August 15, 2012

      I second the request for blu-ray. Or at least a higher-resolution download? :)

    19. sknowbird on August 14, 2012

      Good luck, fellas!! Wish I could be in Hotlanta to see ya next month but this is next best thing! ;)

    20. Quietus on August 14, 2012

      I am sure you will reach your goal of $7,500 very easily and fast. It would be really great if you set a (secondary) higher goal and release this in blue-ray too if the secondary goal is reached :-) Think about this!