Sunday, June 28, 2015

CD/DVD Review: Blessed Union Of Souls Relive The Past With "Live At Never On Sunday"

American rock band Blessed Union of Souls is celebrating twenty-five years together with their first live album entitled "Live At Never On Sunday." It was released on June 23rd through Goldenlane Records in CD/DVD format capturing the show with multiple cameras in exceptional quality. Blessed Union Of Souls hit it big with their debut album "Home," which featured the top ten single "I Believe." Since then, many of their singles cracked the "Top 40" and this new release gathers many of them together in a live setting.

The show begins with the slow build-up of the song "Home," before diving into the mid-tempo acoustic rock of "I Wanna Be There." They showcase a couple of their soundtrack singles, beginning with their ballad "Standing At The Edge Of The Earth," which was featured in the movie "Armageddon" and "Brother My Brother" from "Pok√©mon: The First Movie." The pinnacle of the show is the ten-minute performance of "Forever For Tonight/Let Me Be The One" that is sure to win you over as a fan of Blessed Union of Souls. The live album/show finishes up with some of their biggest hits, including "I Believe" and "Hey Leonard (She Likes Me For Me)." The DVD also tacks on one extra song, "A Thousand And One" from their 2005 album "Perception." To find out more about Blessed Union Of Souls latest release "Live At Never On Sunday," please visit their Facebook page at facebook.com/blessidunion.

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