BLIND GUARDIAN: 'Live' CD Outtakes To Be Made Available Online

BLIND GUARDIAN have posted the following message to their official web site:

"As many of you have heard, the band planned to include a third CD with the new live album. This CD was going to include outtakes from the previous tour (bloopers, not-so-perfect audio, etc.). The inclusion of this CD was cancelled and the idea of having these outtakes available from the homepage was born. Currently the band is working through some copyright issues and we here at the homepage are considering the technical difficulties and possibilities. We don't have an idea yet when this material will be available but be assured that it will be available!"

BLIND GUARDIAN's live album, simply called "Live", was released this past Monday, May 26. The two-disc collection contains 20 songs recorded last year on the band's world tour.


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