Savatage: [1998] Another Way to Sao Paulo Trailer

Savatage: [1998] Another Way to Sao Paulo Trailer (1998)

20 March 1998

Savatage at The Meridian, São Paulo, Brazil 01. Welcome 02. Chance 03. Jesus Saves 04. Turns To Me 05. Morning Sun 06. Handful Of Rain 07. The Storm 08. This Is The Time 09. The Hourglass 10. Blackjack Guillotine 11. The Wake Of Magellan 12. Dead Winter Dead 13. Tempation Revelation / Edge Of Thorns 14. When The Crowds Are Gone 15. Believe 16. Gutter Ballet 17. I Am 18. Sirens 19. Hall Of The Mountain King

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