Fire & Ice

Wolfwork Records
Region 0
Progressive Rock
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2 1/2 hour long pro-shot DVD filmed at Shepherds Bush Empire on 11/30/10. This was recorded on the Out Of The Tunnels Mouth tour. The usual nice selection of material from the Hackett and Genesis back catalogue augmented by guest appearances by Steven Wilson and John Wetton.

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