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VOLBEAT

Outlaw Gentlemen & Shady Ladies Tour Edition

(Vertigo/Universal)

Reviewed by : Aaron Small
Rating : 8.5

Originally released in April, VOLBEAT’s phenomenal fifth album has been reissued as a Tour Edition, complete with an hour long live DVD. Added onto the initial 14 songs on the CD is ‘Ecotone’, which could previously only be found on the bonus disc of the Deluxe Version. The original 16-page booklet has been expanded with the addition of another eight pages, showcasing full colour photographs from the five European summer festivals highlighted on the DVD. Shot entirely in 2013 and unavailable anywhere else, the DVD is exactly what makes this worth purchasing. It begins with five songs from Rock’N’Heim in Germany; the highlight being ‘Heaven Nor Hell’ as the harmonica part is seamlessly played on guitar. Up next is a pair of tunes from Download in The UK; doubly special as they’re the only daylight performances (all the others happen long after the sun’s gone down), and they consist of newbies ‘The Hangman’s Body Count’ and ‘Dead But Rising’. Two more fresh musical faces are aired in Denmark at Roskilde, namely ‘Lola Montez’ and ‘Cape Of Our Hero’. ‘Doc Holiday’ is the sole tidbit from Germany’s Rock Am Ring, while three crowd-pleasers courtesy of Hellfest in France round up the action. In addition to a rousing version of JOHNNY CASH’s ‘Sad Man’s Tongue’, NAPALM DEATH vocalist Mark “Barney” Greenway joins Volbeat on stage for a no-holds-barred version of ‘Evelyn’; during which frontman Michael Poulsen cannot contain his happiness, smiling ear to ear. Then, sadly, the credits roll. Another hour of live performances would have been welcomed like a winning lottery ticket. Long live Volbeat.



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