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Gender Unisex
Musical Genre Symphonic Metal
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Media - Format 1-3 2-Blu-ray Disc
Product topic Bands
Band Nightwish
Product type Blu-Ray
Release date 12/16/16
Double Blu-ray edition in digipak (including bonus material)!

After a 1.5 year long tour, which included stops almost everywhere around the world, Nightwish is now issuing their long overdue release "Vehicle of Spirit". The spectacular live fireworks show included with the album "Endless Forms Most Beautiful” shows the impressive visuals from complete shows that the band performed at the mighty Wembley Arena and before their home audience in Tampere. "Vehicle of Spirit" will inspire every Nightwish fan with the band’s breathtaking stage productions.
CD 1
1. Shudder before the beautiful 2. Yours is an empty hope 3. Ever Dream 4. Storytime 5. My walden 6. While your lips are still red 7. Elan 8. Weak fantasy 9. 7 days to the wolves 10. Alpenglow 11. The poet and the pendulum 12. Nemo 13. I want my tears back 14. Stargazers 15. Ghost love score 16. Last ride of the day 17. The greatest show on earth
CD 2
1. Shudder before the beautiful 2. Yours is an empty hope 3. Ever Dream 4. Storytime 5. My walden 6. While your lips are still red 7. Elan 8. Weak fantasy 9. 7 days to the wolves 10. Alpenglow 11. The poet and the pendulum 12. Nemo 13. I want my tears back 14. Stargazers 15. Ghost love score 16. Last ride of the day 17. The greatest show on earth 18. Weak fantasy (Vancouver) 19. Nemo (Buenos Aires) 20. The poet and the pendulum (Mexico City) 21. Yours is an empty hope (Joensuu) 22. 7 days to the wolves (Espoo, Barona Arena) 23. Sleepin sun (Masters of Rock) 24. Sahara (Tampa Bay) 25. Edemah ruh acoustic (Nightwish Cruise) 26. Last ride of the day (Rock in Rio feat. Tony Kakko) 27. Elan (Sydney) 28. Richard Dawkins Interview from Wembley