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Voici les adieux spectaculaires et brillants du groupe Metal allemand. Le 30 juillet 2009 Running Wild a célébré son dernier concert au festival légendaire de Wacken avec plus de 100.000 fans. Une soirée qui est entrée dans l histoire.
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Now that I’ve heard the entire concert all the way through, I can say I’m glad I got it. It was quite enjoyable, though I’m still getting used to some of the songs I have never heard before. It’s not bad stuff, even if some of it seems a bit repetitive in that a lot of the riffing and song structures are familiar from start of the CD set to the finish. That can be attributed to Rolf’s writing style, not unlike John Fogerty of Creedence Clearwater who has a similar problem (or used to).
I had no idea what Rolf was talking about most of the time when he spoke to the audience because it was all in German, but he did like to say “Okay” a lot. An AWFUL lot. That’s “okay.” In the heat of the moment, you tend to get stuck on certain phrases.
I was hoping the CD booklet would have more info in it and more photos, but it was pretty much bare bones. It didn’t even have the full names of the musicians and if not for another review here on Amazon, I still wouldn’t know for sure the full name of the bass player. I guess Rolf or whoever wrote the liner notes just assume everyone would know the musicians names.
As for the sound, I didn’t have any issue with it. With my crummy hearing, and with my car stereo, it sounded just fine. The guitar solos were great and I couldn’t tell the difference between Rolf and PJ’s playing. They seem to be a matched set.
Toward the end on the second CD, I think Rolf introduced the band, but the only name I heard clearly was PJ, so I’m not sure if he WAS introducing the band or just saying something nice about PJ. I can’t complain though because after all, it was a concert in Germany and this was their native territory. They certainly put up with enough of our American and English stuff!
I’m really happy with this CD set. Not perfect, but pretty good. Recommended.
Intended as a celebration of a career, that produced some of the finest heavy metal to ever come from Germany, the performance is a spirited and rousing success. Before an appreciative crowd well aware of the occasion, Rolf and his longtime bandmates Peter "PJ" Jordan (guitar), Matthias Liebetruth (drums), and Peter Pichl (bass), power enthusiastically through a 15 song set, that runs for about 97 minutes.
The material is predominantly from the 1984-1994 period, when Running Wild arguably produced their most significant music. Death Or Glory, perhaps the best metal album of 1989, is particularly well represented, by the songs "Bad To The Bone", "The Battle of Waterloo", "Tortuga Bay" and "Riding the Storm". Under Jolly Roger (1987), the album that changed the course of the band to a pirate theme, is represented by the songs "Raise Your Fist", and the title track "Under Jolly Roger". And from Port Royal (1988), comes "Conquistadores", "Raging Fire", and "Port Royal", all former concert favorites. The performance of "Branded and Exiled", has more of a celebratory spirit, demonstrating how far the band has moved away, from their black metal roots.
In omitting material produced after Black Hand Inn (1994), it is clear which era Rolf Kasparek has the most affection for. This particular lineup had been together for a while, and has good chemistry, as Rolf and TJ both share lead guitar duties. Camera coverage of the band has a nice variety of views, although the editing has too many rapid cuts. Image quality is mostly good throughout, as the performance begins at dusk, and proceeds into the night. The sound mix is generally balanced well, however are some issues with the audio dipping or dropping out a few times. Apparently some recordings were lost, but somehow the audio track seems to be substantially complete.
Despite the technical issues, this is a better than average production, of what was intended to be a historically significant performance, as the band is very loose, and in a festive mood. Running Wild fans, will probably appreciate what this performance represented, and find the video release in particular, of interest. The DVD is a Region 0 PAL release, which should play on most DVD players and computers. Bonus features include assorted video clips, and interviews with Kasparek that are conducted in German, but unfortunately are not subtitled. Two CD's with the audio tracks, and a booklet with some great color photos, round out the package.
After being disbanded for a year, Running Wild reformed in 2011, and then released a new studio album, Shadowmaker in 2012. The band's return is good news for fans, as Rolf Kasparek was really too young to "retire", and he and the band, still have a lot left in the tank.