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5.0 out of 5 stars Thunder's Last Stand!
Thunder at their best, live. The CD encapsulates everything that made Thunder the best British rock band of their time, and reminds us all of what we are missing. The album itself is not as well polished as their previous live release, but then again, it's not meant to be. It's Thunder how they really are; live, raw, and fantastic!
Published on 26 July 2001

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3.0 out of 5 stars Too many covers
The first half of this concert (Disc 2) which is also available as they think its all acoutstic with 2 more covers on it, kind of disapoints me. There are 3 covers and whilst theyre good (except close to you which is totally crap,pardon my french) theyre could have quite easily been some classic thunder theyre, like castels in the sand,till the river runs dry, Like a...
Published on 20 Sep 2008 by James Hutton


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5.0 out of 5 stars Thunder's Last Stand!, 26 July 2001
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Thunder at their best, live. The CD encapsulates everything that made Thunder the best British rock band of their time, and reminds us all of what we are missing. The album itself is not as well polished as their previous live release, but then again, it's not meant to be. It's Thunder how they really are; live, raw, and fantastic!
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5.0 out of 5 stars A fitting tribute to a great live band, 22 Sep 2000
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This review is from: They Think It's All Over And It Is Now (Audio CD)
Date 4th May 2000, venue Dingwalls, Cambden Lock, London. It seems such a long time ago but once I had put this C.D. on and turned the volume up to ten I was back there with 600 others for a night of pure rock from one of the great band of the eighties. The first half consisted of an acoustic set which was very intimate and raw. A few covers, a couple of country tinged singalongs and a break for a video show that never materialised and then back with a full power rock show full of their very best. This album captures that night perfect, from the very dodgy Pinball Wizard to the emotional finale of Dirty Love where if you close your eyes you can still see Danny Bowe shaking his head in disbelief that this was really the end.
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4.0 out of 5 stars They think it's all over - surely not!, 12 Sep 2000
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Thunder must surely win the prize for most underrated and untapped band of the 90's. Despite some chart exposure, Thunder never received the critical acclaim or commercial success that their talents rightly deserved. Had commercial rock been the 90's darling, rather than Britpop, surely Thunder would have been our Oasis. The band built a strong following on the back of dynamic, high energy, live performances - for those fortunate enough to see the band live this album serves as a reminder, for those who weren't so lucky this will be your only chance to hear Daniel 'Danny' Bowes exceptional vocals coupled with an outstanding supporting cast. The material is a medley of favourites, taken from 'Backstreet Symphony' & 'Laughing on Judgement Day' plus some excellent covers of rock classics. There is nothing new or clever about Thunder's brand of rock, but if infectious & punchy rock melodies, top vocals, and cracking musicianship shake your tree, then this is a must for your collection. Wind up the volume, sit back and enjoy.......
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3.0 out of 5 stars Too many covers, 20 Sep 2008
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The first half of this concert (Disc 2) which is also available as they think its all acoutstic with 2 more covers on it, kind of disapoints me. There are 3 covers and whilst theyre good (except close to you which is totally crap,pardon my french) theyre could have quite easily been some classic thunder theyre, like castels in the sand,till the river runs dry, Like a sattellite, love worth dying for or moth to a flame (instead of gimme shelter). The rest of the concert is rather good. The crack Danny has with the crowd via e-mails they have sent in is really good as well Whos a dirty funker, which is quite a funny one. Thankfully pilot of my dreams is here, but sadly laughing on judgement day or the thrill of it all is'nt. A good performance from the boys on what was of course their farewell tour. Thankfully theyre back!
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