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Old 10-11-2011, 04:33 PM
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If it's a tour then it could be a 20 year celebration of Somewhere Far Beyond, with them playing it all the way through live!

Now THAT'S some wishful thinking!
That would be incredible. I saw them last year and they were amazing. Im really hoping for a new tour. A greatest hits type of tour would be cool maybe like 2 or 3 songs off each album would be amazing. Obviously play songs like The Bards song and Valhalla but mix it in with some more rare live songs.
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I feel like BG doesn't play long enough to do 2-3 songs per album live. Especially if they were to do ATTWS and other lengthy songs.
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They should do an evening with BG tour.
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Most likely the orchestral album they've been working on for awhile.
Yeah, that's what I was thinking. I hope so, I'm really, really intrigued by the possibilities of this.
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Yeah, that's what I was thinking. I hope so, I'm really, really intrigued by the possibilities of this.
Having heard some of their "orchestral version" b-sides, I've got to be honest and say I'm not that interested. Unless they really step up the worth of the orchestral parts without just making all the songs soft.
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Please let this be another NA tour! I'm sure I read that their orchestral project won't be out until 2013 and I really don't want to wait that long to see them again.
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Please let this be another NA tour! I'm sure I read that their orchestral project won't be out until 2013 and I really don't want to wait that long to see them again.
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Having heard some of their "orchestral version" b-sides, I've got to be honest and say I'm not that interested. Unless they really step up the worth of the orchestral parts without just making all the songs soft.
Having heard the songs on "At the Edge of Time" (Sacred Worlds, Wheel of Time) that were done with full orchestration, I am really optimistic about the prospect.
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Looks like it's been confirmed as a best of: http://forum.blind-guardian.com/view...hp?f=2&t=40492
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Having heard the songs on "At the Edge of Time" (Sacred Worlds, Wheel of Time) that were done with full orchestration, I am really optimistic about the prospect.
True, those were better.
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