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Old 04-02-2009, 07:00 PM
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Magenta – Live at the Point 2007 DVD – available now!

Magenta are thrilled to announce the imminent release of their long-awaited second DVD Live at the Point 2007.

Recorded at the band’s home venue the Point in Cardiff at the end of 2007, the DVD marked an end of an era for the band. Not only was it the last concert in support of their third album Home, but it also marked the last performance of that line up of the band. Full of Magenta’s usual passion and energy, the DVD features a set list largely different from the Gathering, released in 2005. As well as a suite of songs from Home, the DVD also features Envy and a rare performance of Sloth from Seven, as well as the bands show-stopping new arrangement of Anger. Material from the Revolutions album includes a stunning new arrangement of Man the Machine, plus fan-favourite The Warning. The show kicks off with an incendiary version of single Speechless.

As well as the concert footage, the DVD also features a concert documentary, tech-talk interviews with Chris Fry, Martin Rosser and recording engineer Tim Lewis, plus the Speechless video and a photo gallery. In NTSC format with fantastic 5.1 and stereo mixes by Rob Reed, this is a DVD no Magenta fan can be without.

The DVD will begin pre-ordering from the Magenta shop at www.magenta-web.com from April 3rd. Official release date will be May 1st.
Tracklisting and contents:

147min DVD total length
5.1 mix /stereo mix
NTSC format

Opus Three
Speechless
Envy
Hurt
Moving On
The Journey
Towers Of Hope
Demons
Morning Sunlight
The Dream
The Visionary
Anger
Man The Machine
Genetesis /The Warning
Sloth
The White Witch (extract)

Speechless (video)
Concert Documentary
Tech-talk Interviews with Chris fry, Martin Rosser and Tim Lewis
Photo Gallery
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