Asia - Live In Milwaukee 2008 UK 2 CD set $15.95

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  • Sold Date: Apr 18,2010
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Asia - Live In Milwaukee 2008 UK 2 CD set $15.95

Two CD live set from the Progressive Rock supergroup, recorded during their 2007-08 tour promoting their reunion album Phoenix. Recorded live in Milwaukee, April 23rd, 2008. The unique factor from each concert is the performances from the band members adding solo performances to the now famous Asia tracks with historical versions of hits from their previous bands such as Yes, King Crimson, The Buggles and ELP. This is a must for Asia fans to collect - authorized from the band's own archives. 21 tracks. Store For Music. 2009. Tracks Disc: 1 1. Daylight 2. Only Time Will Tell 3. Wildest Dreams 4. Never Again 5. Roundabout 6. Time Again 7. Bolero 8. Clap 9. Voice of America 10. The Smile Has Left Your Eyes (Acoustic) See all 12 tracks on this disc Disc: 2 1. Fanfare for the Common Man 2. Without You 3. An Extraordinary Life 4. In The Court of the Crimson King 5. Video Killed the Radio Star 6. The Heat Goes On / Drum Solo 7. Heat of the Moment 8. Don t Cry 9. Sole Survivor We do not sell copies or bootlegs

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