"Live at Studio Łęg, Kraków, Poland - March 25, 1998 (13 tracks - "Vision and Voice" VHS) + Live at No Mercy Festival, Hyde Park, Osnabrück, German"12 June 2002Music
"Vision and Voice" is the first live performance recording by Polish death metal band Vader. It was released in VHS format on December 1, 1998 by Metal Mind. The album consists Vader concert filmed and recorded on March 25, 1998 at Studio Łęg in Kraków, Poland. The DVD edition entitled "More Vision and the Voice" was released on June 3, 2002 by Metal Mind. Apart from main concert recorded in Kraków the re-release includes tree video-clips, eight bootleg live tracks from No Mercy Festival 2001, interview with Piotr "Peter" Wiwczarek, band and individual members biographies, discography, photo gallery, desktop images, art gallery, and weblinks. The release was remastered, and converted to Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround at Studio 333 in Częstochowa, Poland by Bartłomiej Kuźniak.
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