Live in Finland

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Live in Finland
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ReleasedNovember 11th, 2011
RecordedApril 15, 2011 in Oulu, Finland
Genre Power metal
LengthCD 1: 71:11
CD 2: 42:32
DVD: 164:48
Label Nuclear Blast
Sonata Arctica chronology
The Days of Grays
(2009)
Live in Finland
(2011)
Stones Grow Her Name
(2012)

Live in Finland is a live album and DVD recorded by the Finnish power metal band Sonata Arctica. Live in Finland was recorded at Club Teatria in Oulu, Finland on April 15, 2011 during "The Days Of Grays" World Tour, and was released on November 11, 2011. Along with the CD, there is a DVD in stereo and Surround 5.1 sound, which also includes Finnish commentary track by the band, making-of videos, two documentaries, photos, and music videos. The DVD's cover was created by Xabier Loebl. [1]

Contents

Track list: CD 1 - "Live in Finland"

No.TitleLength
1."Intro (Everything Fades to Gray)"2:18
2."Flag in the Ground"4:27
3."Last Amazing Grays"5:44
4."Juliet"5:51
5."Replica"4:42
6."Blank File"4:09
7."As If the World Wasn't Ending"3:53
8."Paid in Full"4:21
9."Instrumental Exhibition"3:36
10."The Misery"5:16
11."In Black & White"5:14
12."Letter to Dana"5:12
13."Caleb"6:23
14."Don't Say a Word / Outro"10:05
Total length:71:11

Track list: CD 2 - "Sonata Arctica Open Air II"

No.TitleLength
1."Paid in Full"4:24
2."8th Commandment"3:59
3."Replica"4:45
4."Tallulah"5:37
5."Caleb"6:14
6."White Pearl, Black Oceans"8:06
7."Draw Me"3:57
8."FullMoon"5:30
Total length:42:32

Track list: DVD 1

No.TitleLength
1."Intro"2:33
2."Flag in the Ground"4:20
3."Last Amazing Grays"5:46
4."Juliet"5:59
5."Replica"4:42
6."Blank File"4:09
7."As If the World Wasn't Ending"3:54
8."Paid in Full"4:21
9."Victoria's Secret"4:48
10."Instrumental Exhibition"3:16
11."The Misery"5:23
12."FullMoon"5:47
13."In Black & White"5:50
14."Mary-Lou"5:47
15."Shy"4:33
16."Letter to Dana"5:25
17."Caleb"6:30
18."Don't Say a Word"6:15
19."Outro"7:05
Total length:96:48

Track list: DVD 2

No.TitleLength
1."Sonata Arctica Open Air II
  • 1. White Pearl, Black Oceans
  • 2. Draw Me
  • 3. In Black & White
  • 4. Don't Say a Word"
26:20
2."Acoustic Live at Alcaraz, Milano
  • 1. Mary-Lou
  • 2. Shy
  • 3. Letter to Dana"
17:07
3."Bonus
  • Making Of's: Live in Finland, Flag in the Ground
  • Tour Document: Latin-American Tour Documentary, Made in Finland Tour Documentary
  • Music Videos (Don't Say a Word, Paid in Full, Flag in the Ground) & More..."
116:22
Total length:159:49

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References

  1. "Sonata Arctica - Official site". sonataarctica.info. Archived from the original on 2013-11-03. Retrieved 2012-08-13.