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Live @ An Club

by Antimatter

Acoustic concert featuring original songs plus covers of John Lennon, Roy Harper, Dead Can Dance and Frankie Goes To Hollywood. Recorded before a live audience in 2008, this album strips back some of the artists soulful, key songs in an intimate setting.
Genre: Rock: Album Rock
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1. Over Your Shoulder (Live)
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2. Black Sun (Live)
4:10 $0.99
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3. In Stone (Live)
6:11 $0.99
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4. Working Class Hero (Live)
4:19 $0.99
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5. Leaving Eden (Live)
4:38 $0.99
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6. Hope (Live)
3:58 $0.99
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7. Saviour (Live)
4:04 $0.99
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8. Legions (Live)
6:41 $0.99
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9. The Power of Love (Live)
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Perfectly capturing the mood of a modern day acoustic Antimatter concert, 'Live@An Club' picks up where 2003's 'Live@K13' left off. In keeping with recent Antimatter album's shift from ethereal mood music to gruff acoustic rock, 'An Club' also makes a similar transition away from it's more sensitive sister album ''K13'' without losing an ounce of emotion. Featuring performances of many of the audience-favoured covers from this period, including fellow Liverpool classics 'The Power Of Love' and John Lennon's 'Working Class Hero', as well as standout Antimatter tracks including a stripped-naked version of the harrowing breakthrough track 'Leaving Eden'. Mick Moss's guttural, soulful vocals work best in a live setting, and returning is Anathema's Daniel Cavanagh. 'Live@An Club' is a must for fans seeking to recapture the mood of an Antimatter concert, and for lovers of timeless acoustic music.

REVIEW -

''In addition to the magnificent studio albums of Antimatter, numerous live recordings circulate among the fans after all these years. However this is an official live album which is worldwide distributed from June on and so it is a proper supplement of the 2003 released ‘Live @ K13’. The fans know that there is a huge difference between studio albums and a live performance. In a live situation, the songs are executed in an acoustic manner, with the deep, warm voice of Mick Moss as eye (and ear) catcher.

This concert is recorded at the An Club in Athens (Greece) on the 27th of September 2007. Mick is assisted by Danny Cavanagh (Anathema) on guitar on the three first and the three last songs. Pete Gilchrist (Leafblade) was present for some background vocals. This album perfectly showcases the peaceful spirit of this happening. Several self-written songs are performed – of which ‘Leaving Eden’ was quite new at that time – but also covers of Dean Can Dance (‘Black Sun’), John Lennon (the rebellious ‘Working Class Hero’) and the marvellous, touching ‘The Power Of Love’. The latter one may be of Frankie Goes To Hollywood, Mick Moss as well as the undersigned consider it as one of the most beautiful love songs ever made. It is unthinkable for any Antimatter fan to ignore these precious live memories. Those who have a liking for heartily executed songs with contemplative lyrics should also get to know Antimatter!

At the moment they are working on an extensive document, made up of two CDs and one DVD ‘Alternative Matter’. It should be released later this year. Recently, Antimatter did a European tour. The review of their gig in Antwerp you can also find in this issue. No score because we are dealing with material of different albums and artists, but it speaks for itself that this is high quality stuff!''


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