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Living in the Moonlight DVD

Review by Ron Fuchs

Collage was Poland’s answer to Marillion and IQ back in the early 1990's but they went beyond that to incorporate some soft rock and AOR to generate a style of their own. They have since disbanded and singer Robert Amirian has a new band called “Satellite,” which is getting a lot of attention. I will admit that I was only vaguely aware of the band, Collage and up until watching this DVD, I had no idea of their history or sound.

The DVD features a 12-song performance at Trans Club in Szczecin. Songs include; “Heroes Cry,” “The Blues,”  “Lovely Day,” “In Your Eyes,” “Basnie,” “Kolysanka,” “One of their Kind,” “Wings in the Night,” “Living in the Moonlight,” “Moonshine,” “War is Over’ and “God.”

Also there are a ton of extra features which include band interviews (in Polish with English subtitles), bonus audio and video clips, as well as others. You get your money’s worth on this recommended DVD. This is both a wonderful addition to any Collage fan’s collection as well as a great introduction to the band. Also fans of melodic modern prog (a.k.a. neo prog) as well as fans of Amirian's new band Satellite will enjoy this.

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This review is available in book format (hardcover and paperback) in Music Street Journal: 2010  Volume 5 at

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