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Dio - Finding the Sacred Heart: Live in Philly 1986 (2013)
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Dio - Finding the Sacred Heart: Live in Philly 1986 (2013) BDRip



Country: USA
Genre: Hard rock, Heavy metal
Video:MPEG4 1280x720 6843 Kbps 29.97fps
Audio: DTS 48000Hz 6ch 1510kbps
Size: 5,99Gb

Tracklist:
1. Draco Ignis
2. King Of Rock And Roll
3. Like The Beat Of A Heart
4. Don't Talk To Strangers
5. Hungry For Heaven
6. Medley: The Last In Line / Children Of The Sea / Holy Diver / The Last In Line (reprise)
7. Drum Solo
8. Heaven And Hell
9. Keyboard Solo
10. Guitar Solo
11. Sacred Heart
12. Medley: Rock 'n' Roll Children / Long Live Rock 'n' Roll / Man On The Silver Mountain / Rock 'n' Roll Children (reprise)
13. Time To Burn
14. Stand Up And Shout
15. Rainbow In The Dark
16. We Rock



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kantazoFecha: Lunes, 2013-06-03, 8:43 PM | Mensaje # 2
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Gracias por el aporte.
tengo una duda, no se si bajarlo ya que ya tengo 2 ediciones anteriores y no se si merece la pena.
esta muy mejorada de imagen y sonido??
 
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DVD, BLU/RAY DE DIO “Finding the Sacred Heart – Live In Philly 1986”, El día  28 de mayo, salió a la venta “Finding the Sacred Heart – Live In Philly 1986”, DVD/CD/Blue Ray en vivo de DIO,Este trabajo nos muestra  el periodo en que DIO promocionaba su álbum “Sacred Heart” el 17 de junio de 1986 en “The Spectrum”, en la ciudad
norteamericana de Filadelfia. Dio estaba acompañado por Vinnie Appice a
la  batería, Jimmy Bain en el  bajo, Claude Schnell como teclista y
Craig Goldy en la guitarra,  reemplazando a  Vivian Campbell. Fue
lanzado originalmente en cinta VHS. Las ediciones en DVD y Blu-ray han
sido restauradas digitalmente, mientras que el sonido ha sido
completamente remasterizado.
El contenido de Finding the Sacred Heart – Live In Philly 1986 es el siguiente:01. Draco Ignis 02. King Of Rock And Roll 03. Like The Beat Of A Heart 04. Don’t Talk To Strangers 05. Hungry For
Heaven 06. Medley: ‘The Last In Line / Children Of The Sea / Holy Diver /
The Last In Line (reprise) 07. Drum Solo 08. Heaven And Hell 09.
Keyboard Solo 10. Guitar Solo 11. Sacred Heart 12. Medley: Rock ‘n’ Roll
Children / Long Live Rock ‘n’ Roll / Man On The Silver Mountain / Rock
‘n’ Roll Children (reprise) 13. Time To Burn 14. Stand Up And Shout 15.
Rainbow In The Dark 16. We RockBonus tracks- ”Sacred Heart Tour” Featurette – Entrevista ’86 – Entrevista con Ronnie & Craig – “Rock ‘n’ Roll Children” video musical –
Documental: Behind the Scenes


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++Dio - Finding the Sacred Heart: Live in Philly 1986 (2013) BluRay++


Dio was an American heavy metal band formed in 1982 and led by vocalist Ronnie James Dio, after he left
Black Sabbath with intentions to form a new band with fellow former
Black Sabbath member, drummer Vinny Appice. The name Dio was chosen
because it made sense from a commercial standpoint, as the name was
already well-known at that time. Dio means "God" in Italian.

The band released ten studio albums and had numerous line-up changes
over the years with Ronnie James Dio having been the only constant
member. Guitarists have included Craig Goldy (most recent guitarist),
Doug Aldrich, Vivian Campbell, Tracy G, Jake E. Lee and Rowan Robertson.

The band dissolved in 2010 when Ronnie James Dio died of stomach cancer
at the age of 67. The band has sold more than 10 million copies of
albums worldwide.


Bio:

Quote:
Origins and Holy Diver (1982–1983)

In 1982, disagreements originating over the mixing of Black Sabbath's Live Evil resulted in the
departure of Ronnie James Dio and Vinny Appice from the band. Wanting
to continue together as a band, the two formed Dio in October 1982 in
the United States. The following May, the band released their debut
album, Holy Diver. It featured two hit singles, "Rainbow in the Dark"
and "Holy Diver", which gained popularity from MTV. Ronnie James Dio and
Jimmy Bain played keyboards in the studio, but recruited keyboardist
Claude Schnell for live shows in 1983 prior to the Holy Diver tour.
Schnell played to the side of the stage on the first two tours before
coming out front in 1985. Dio had this to say of the band's origins:
“ It was a good time to be in that band. It was perfect for us.
Everything just fell into place. The ethic in rehearsal was amazing. The
effort in the recording was just as good. Everybody wanted it to be
great. We really believed in what we were doing and couldn't wait to get
that product out and have people hear it."


The Last in Line to Dream Evil (1984–1989)

Now a quintet with Claude Schnell on keyboards, the band released their second studio album, The Last in
Line, on July 2, 1984. It was followed by their third album, Sacred
Heart, which was released on August 15, 1985.

In 1985 Ronnie, Vivian and Jimmy also wrote the song "Stars" for the
Hear 'n Aid project, with many other heavy metal luminaries of the time
contributing. Campbell became unhappy with the direction of the band and
in 1987 was invited to join Whitesnake. Several songs were recorded
live during the Sacred Heart tour for the 1986 Intermission EP with
Campbell still on guitar, however the EP also contained the studio track
"Time To Burn" which served to introduce fans to Craig Goldy as the new
guitarist.

On July 21, 1987 their fourth album Dream Evil was released. After Dream
Evil, Goldy, wanting to pursue solo projects, left the band. In June
1989 18 year-old Rowan Robertson was announced as Goldy's successor but
further changes were to follow, with Schnell, Bain, and Appice leaving
the band.


Changes (1990–1999)
Schnell, Bain, and Appice were replaced, respectively, with Teddy Cook, Jens Johansson, and former
AC/DC drummer Simon Wright. The new band released the album Lock Up the
Wolves in the spring of 1990. During the tour, Ronnie James Dio had a
chance meeting with former Black Sabbath bandmate Geezer Butler which
led to that band's short-lived reunion, producing one album,
Dehumanizer. After this Ronnie James Dio reassembled Dio once again,
retaining only Appice on the drums. By early 1993 guitarist Tracy G,
keyboardist Scott Warren of Warrant and bassist Jeff Pilson had all
joined. During this era, the band abandoned fantasy themed songs and
focused on modern issues. As a result some fans regard the albums made
during this period—1993's Strange Highways, 1996's Angry Machines and
the live album Inferno: Last in Live—as the worst in Dio's catalogue,
while others view them positively as a step away from the outdated sound
of the 1980s. With disappointing record sales for Angry Machines
management wanted the band to go back to their earlier style prompting
the departure of Tracy G to be replaced by the returning Craig Goldy.


Comeback (2000–2004)

Craig Goldy's return facilitated the release of Dio's eighth studio album in 2000, Magica, which was
regarded by many as the band's "comeback album" and reached No. 13 on
the Billboard independent charts. It featured the return not only of
Goldy but of Simon Wright and Jimmy Bain, although on the European tour
Chuck Garric played bass. A concept album, Magica features a return to
the band's older, more successful sound, while increased use of
keyboards gives it a modern feel. During the following tour, however,
tensions rose between Goldy on the one hand and Bain and Ronnie James
Dio on the other, as Goldy was dealing with the obligations of a family.
Goldy left the band in January 2002 and was replaced with Doug Aldrich,
whom Bain had met while recording a tribute album for Metallica.
Because of his late arrival, Aldrich did not contribute much to Dio's
ninth work, Killing the Dragon, which was written primarily by Ronnie
James Dio and Bain. Killing The Dragon was released in 2002 through
Spitfire Records and was well received in the metal community, making
the Billboard top 200. Aldrich would stay in the band until April of the
following year, when he, like Campbell before him, joined Whitesnake,
prompting Goldy's return. Soon afterwards, Bain left the band.


Master of the Moon and Split (2004–2010)

Dio released their tenth studio album, Master of the Moon on August 30, 2004 in Europe through SPV
Records and on September 7, 2004 in the United States through Sanctuary
Records. The album features multi-instrumentalist Jeff Pilson (formerly
of Dokken) on bass duties; however, because of prior obligations with
Foreigner, he was only available for the recording sessions, and so was
replaced by Rudy Sarzo on the tour.

2005 saw the release of the Dio live album Evil or Divine – Live in New
York City, which featured the same show that was released on DVD in
2003. Dio has claimed he did not have much input on this release, as he
had already left the label that released it. Dio toured South America,
Japan, Europe, and Russia in 2005. Their autumn tour was titled "An
Evening With Dio" and featured a regular set, and then a second set of
the band playing his 1983 album Holy Diver in its entirety. The band was
purportedly going to film a date from this show in Russia for future
DVD release; however, the show on the DVD was actually filmed in London,
England. The audio of this performance, a double CD named Holy Diver –
Live was released in April 2006.

In 2007, it was announced that Black Sabbath would reunite with Ronnie
James Dio and go under the name Heaven & Hell. The band released The
Devil You Know in 2009.

Ronnie James Dio's involvement with Heaven & Hell delayed the
recording of what was to be the follow-up to Master of the Moon, Magica
II. The three-year hiatus was briefly interrupted for a 10 concert
European mini-tour in May/June 2008, and was scheduled to be interrupted
again in November/December 2009 with 22 concerts starting in the UK and
ending in Germany. Doug Aldrich was to have filled in for Craig Goldy
on guitar on these dates, who had other obligations. Dio intended to
release a new single, entitled "Electra", to coincide with the tour.
This would have been their first studio material in 5 years. The band
also intended to record an album or two in 2010.

On November 18, 2009 the European tour was cancelled due to Ronnie James
Dio's hospitalization. He had been diagnosed with stomach cancer, and
was undergoing treatment. His manager Wendy Dio thanked well-wishers and
said "After he kills this dragon, Ronnie will be back on stage, where
he belongs, doing what he loves best, performing for his fans."

On February 19, 2010, it was announced on Dio's official website that he
would release a box set, entitled the Tournado Box Set, for limited
purchase. The set includes the Killing the Dragon CD, Evil or Divine DVD
(PAL format only), DVD bonus material, interviews, photo gallery,
never-before-seen behind the scenes footage, promo video for the Killing
the Dragon track "Push", exclusive Dio cards, and the bonus CD single
"Electra" (which is the last song the band recorded), from the
unfinished album Magica II & Magica III.


Death of Ronnie James Dio

Ronnie James Dio died on May 16, 2010, of stomach cancer at the Texas Medical Center in Houston, Texas.

On November 9, 2010, a posthumous live album was released. Titled 'Dio
at Donington UK: Live 1983 & 1987', it features Dio's 1983 and 1987
appearances at the Monsters of Rock festival and showcases several songs
from the Ronnie James Dio era of both Rainbow and Black Sabbath, in
addition to songs from Dio's own catalogue.

When being interviewed Classic Rock Magazine from the UK, Dio guitarist
Craig Goldy stated "We were working on tracks for a new Dio album just
before Ronnie died in May. And we did almost finish one song. Wendy
[Dio, Ronnie's widow/manager] has been talking about reissuing [DIO's]
'Magica' album (originally released in 2000) with bonus tracks,
including this one." Goldy goes on to say of the lyrics, that they were
written by Dio when he was fighting cancer, and are "very emotional" and
"hard to listen to without a lump at the back of your throat".

On March 18, It was announced that the surviving members of the final
line-up of Dio would embark on a project with former Judas Priest front
man Tim "Ripper" Owens under the moniker DIO Disciples. The project has
been touring extensively since 2011.

In May 2012, former Dio guitarist Vivian Campbell, despite his long
established feud with Dio, announced his intent to reunite the original
Dio band for a potential series of shows. This would include himself,
drummer Vinny Appice, bassist Jimmy Bain, and keyboardist Claude
Schnell. This announced lineup will feature former Lynch Mob vocalist
and The Offspring touring member Andrew Freeman stepping in for Ronnie
and will perform under the name Last in Line.

Adrien Begrand at MSN Entertainment wrote:

Quote:
In 1985 and 1986 Ronnie James Dio and his band Dio loaded up five semi
trucks and three buses, travelled to cities around the world, and put on
a lavish show the likes of which few musicians had the clout to pull
off. Featuring a gigantic castle stage set, complete with ramparts,
drawbridge, and 15-foot high drum riser, eight-foot tall knights with
laser swords, a hovering crystal ball that projected images, and a
two-story tall, fire-breathing dragon nicknamed Dean, Dio’s tour in
support of 1985’s Sacred Heart album pulled out all the stops in order
to give fans total bang for their buck.

“Come with me now and discover the magic that lies beyond the sea of
dreams,” a projection of Ronnie says during the June 17, 1986
performance at the Spectrum in Philadelphia that was filmed for VHS
release. “If you have the courage to cross the rainbow bridge, you may
find the Sacred Heart.” North American culture today, including metal,
is so imbued with irony that no popular band would attempt such a stunt
with a straight face. Heavy metal was about escapism back then, not
angst and catharsis, and those of us who listened to all the greats back
in the 1980s – Dio, Iron Maiden, Judas Priest – embraced the sentiment
completely.

We didn’t for a second consider the lunacy of it all. It wasn’t cheesy;
it was awesome, and it was thrilling to see our favorite bands put
together stage shows that focused on theatrics as much as the music.
Today, most arena concerts by popular metal bands are fairly rote, bands
using flashy lighting and hitting their marks, but during metal’s
halcyon days, concerts were performances. There’s a huge difference
between the two, and if you ask anyone who saw Maiden’s Blade Runner
set, Priest’s colossal Turbo-era robot, or Dio slaying the dragon with
his plastic light-up sword, they’ll tell you that’s one of the big
things missing from metal today. Which makes the wonderfully restored
and remastered DVD release Finding the Sacred Heart: Live in Philly 1986
so special: it reminds us of how shamelessly fun and imaginative heavy
metal could be.

Originally released as the edited-down, 66-minute VHS Sacred Heart: The
Video, the original concert film has not only been presented in its
entirety for the very first time, but it’s been released in high
definition, something rarely if ever done with re-releases of 4:3
concert videos from the 1980s. As a result, the entire package offers a
wonderful glimpse at Dio’s commercial peak. Although ace guitarist and
collaborator Vivian Campbell abruptly quit the band early in the tour,
he was quickly, and ably, replaced by Giuffria guitarist Craig Goldy,
and he fit in perfectly, as is evident during this particular show.
Along with bassist Jimmy Bain, drummer Vinny Appice, and keyboardist
Claude Schnell, they formed a formidable backing band to the great
Ronnie, and the little man with the towering voice puts in a commanding
performance.

Material from the band’s first three albums (and the Intermission EP)
form the centerpiece of the 100-minute set, ranging from poppier moments
like “Rainbow in the Dark”, “Hungry For Heaven”, and “Time to Burn” to
such heavier fare as “The Last in Line”, “Stand Up and Shout”, and “We
Rock”. Of course the centerpiece is the 12-minute performance of “Sacred
Heart”, where the castle and dragon set becomes the focal point, the
song anchored by Goldy’s fantastic, yet simple lead riff. If there’s a
fault to be found, it’s Dio’s reliance on medleys, but bless him, you
knew he was just trying to give his fans as much of his music as he
could. So instead of complete songs we’re given snippets of “Holy
Diver”, “The Man on the Silver Mountain”, “Children of the Sea”, and
“Long Live Rock ‘n’ Roll”, which is a shame, but the medleys are
performed impeccably, and in Dio’s case, passionately.

The bonus features are small but worthwhile, highlighted by a 1985
interview with Ronnie, and then one from the 2000s with he and Goldy,
the pair reminiscing about that ’85-’86 tour. As it stands, it’s one of
the most thoroughly satisfying live documents featuring Ronnie James Dio
that’s ever been put out. It’s a snapshot of a time where the greatest
singer heavy metal has ever known and will ever know was afforded a
chance to put on a show that encapsulated his own vision of what his
music meant to he and his fans, and as this glorious DVD shows, they
nailed it. Now if only Amon Amarth would put on a show that involves
Johann Hegg battling a gigantic animatronic Odin.



File Details:

Source: BluRay
Format: BDMV
Video: MPEG-4 AVC 29993 kbps 1920x1080i / 29.997 fps / 16:9 / High Profile 4.1
Audio: English DTS-HD MA 5.1 / 48 kHz / 2888 kbps / 16-bit ; English LPCM 2.0 / 48 kHz / 1536 kbps / 16-bit
Subtitles: English, French, German, Spanish (Interview only)


Setlist:

1) Draco Ignis
2) King Of Rock And Roll
3) Like The Beat Of A Heart
4) Don't Talk To Strangers
5) Hungry For Heaven
6) Medley: The Last In Line / Children Of The Sea / Holy Diver / The Last In Line (reprise)
7) Drum Solo
8) Heaven And Hell
9) Keyboard Solo
10) Guitar Solo
11) Sacred Heart
12) Medley: Rock 'n' Roll Children / Long Live Rock 'n' Roll / Man On The Silver Mountain / Rock 'n' Roll Children (reprise)
13) Time To Burn
14) Stand Up And Shout
15) Rainbow In The Dark
16) We Rock


BluRay Bonus Features:

-Sacred Heart Tour featurette
-Interview 86
-Interview with Ronnie & Craig
-Rock n Roll Children music video
-Behind The Scenes


Total Runtime: 143 minutes

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evilthrasher0413Fecha: Miércoles, 2013-06-19, 3:18 PM | Mensaje # 5
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El primero es dvd full o bluray .Salu2
 
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El primero es dvd full o bluray .Salu2
Es ripeo de bluray, con un software convertidor, por ejemplo el ConvertXtoDVD lo conviertes facilmente en un dvd para ver en cualquier reproductor, de PC y hogareño


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kantazoFecha: Lunes, 2013-06-24, 6:01 AM | Mensaje # 7
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a por el bluray, muchas gracias!
 
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Dio - Finding the Sacred Heart: Live in Philly 1986 (2013)



BDRip: H.264, 1280x720 (16:9), 8000 Kbps, 29,97fps | DTS 1510 Kbps, 5.1 ch, 48.0 KHz/FLAC 1019 Kbps, 2.0 ch, 48.0 KHz
Hard Rock / Heavy Metal | 01:40:38 | ~ 7.81 Gb
Finding the Sacred Heart: Live in Philly 1986 captures Dio's heavy metal antics in
full swing in a live performance at the Spectrum in Philadelphia on June
17, 1986. Although Dio are touring to promote the mediocre Sacred Heart
album, the show is a classic of the era, full of lasers, explosives,
and a massive robotic dragon overlooking the stage. Along with songs
taken from Ronnie James Dio's previous time in Black Sabbath and
Rainbow, material stems from the first three Dio albums, and it's a
high-quality listening experience all around. The music side is good,
but ideally, the video is worth owning because it contains one of the
finest visual moments in hair metal. During the five-minute breakdown of
"Sacred Heart," Ronnie James slays the roaring dragon with a giant
light saber. Glorious.

by Jason Lymangrover, AMG
Tracklist:

01. Draco Ignis
02. King Of Rock And Roll
03. Like The Beat Of A Heart
04. Don’t Talk To Strangers
05. Hungry For Heaven
06. Medley: The Last In Line / Children Of The Sea / Holy Diver / The Last In Line (reprise)
07. Drum Solo
08. Heaven And Hell
09. Keyboard Solo
10. Guitar Solo
11. Sacred Heart
12. Medley: Rock ‘n’ Roll Children / Long Live Rock ‘n’ Roll / Man On The Silver Mountain / Rock ‘n’ Roll Children (reprise)
13. Time To Burn
14. Stand Up And Shout
15. Rainbow In The Dark
16. We Rock






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Dio - Finding the Sacred Heart
Live in Philly 1986


Gentre: Hard Rock
Time: 1:40:33 + 0:42:23
Size: 7,82GB
Date: 17.06.1986
Place: Spectrum, Filadelphia
Release: 27:05:2013
EAN: 5034504996571
Label: Eagle Vision
Video: NTSC 60Hz 720x480 16:9 6,55Mbps
Audio1: DD2.0 48KHz 192Kbps
Audio2: DD5.1 48KHz 448Kbps
Audio3: DTS 5.1 48KHz 1510Kbps



Quote:
Dio was an American heavy metal band formed in 1982 and led by vocalist
Ronnie James Dio, after he left Black Sabbath with intentions to form a
new band with fellow former Black Sabbath member, drummer Vinny Appice.
The name Dio was chosen because it made sense from a commercial
standpoint, as the name was already well-known at that time. Dio means
"God" in Italian.

The band released ten studio albums and had numerous line-up changes
over the years with Ronnie James Dio having been the only constant
member. Guitarists have included Craig Goldy (most recent guitarist),
Doug Aldrich, Vivian Campbell, Tracy G, Jake E. Lee and Rowan Robertson.

The band dissolved in 2010 when Ronnie James Dio died of stomach cancer
at the age of 67. The band has sold more than 10 million copies of
albums worldwide.


“Finding The Sacred Heart – Live In Philly 1986” was filmed at The
Spectrum in Philadelphia on 17 June 1986 during the second leg of the
“Sacred Heart” tour, which featured new guitarist Craig Goldy. The show
was issued in an edited form first on VHS and then DVD. Now for the
first time the full concert is being released in the original running
order, restored from the original 16mm film and with remastered sound.
It’s an extraordinary live show with a giant animatronic dragon towering
over the stage and spectacular lasers and pyrotechnics. Ronnie James
Dio is in fine voice as ever and the band deliver a blistering live
performance featuring tracks from their first three albums alongside
Black Sabbath and Rainbow classics. This will be a must-have release for
any Dio fan!

Band:

Ronnie James Dio -  Vocals
Craig Goldy - Guitar
Jimmy Bain - Bass
Vinny Appice - Drums
Claude Schnell - Keyboards

     

Tracklist:

01. Draco Ignis
02. King Of Rock And Roll
03. Like The Beat Of A Heart
04. Don't Talk To Strangers
05. Hungry For Heaven
06. Medley: The Last In Line / Children Of The Sea / Holy Diver / The Last In Line (reprise)
07. Drum Solo
08. Heaven And Hell
09. Keyboard Solo
10. Guitar Solo
11. Sacred Heart
12. Medley: Rock 'n' Roll Children / Long Live Rock 'n' Roll / Man On The Silver Mountain / Rock 'n' Roll Children (reprise)
13. Time To Burn
14. Stand Up And Shout
15. Rainbow In The Dark
16. We Rock

Bonus:

Sacred Heart Tour Featurette
Interview’86
Interview with Ronnie & Craig
“Rock ’n’ Roll Children”
Music Video
Behind The Scenes

     

Tech. Info:

Player information:
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Title region code: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, All

Video attributes:
Video compression mode: MPEG-2 (DxVA off)
TV system: 525/60 (NTSC)
Aspect ratio: 16:9
Display mode: Only Letterbox
Source picture resolution: 720x480 (525/60)
Frame rate: 30.00
Source picture letterboxed: Not letterboxed
Bitrate: 6.55Mbps

Audio attributes:
Audio coding mode: DTS
Sampling rate: 48kHz
Audio application mode: Not Specified
Number of audio channels:5.1
Bitrate: 1509 Kbps
Number of audio streams: 3

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metalmaniacFecha: Miércoles, 2013-07-24, 3:07 PM | Mensaje # 10
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Hola Unica ! muchas gracias por el aporte,sabes si es el mismo DVD que el primero de arriba?

Por el menu en rojo parece otro...pero es la misma actuacion? 

Gracias!!
 
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tiene que ser elmismo ...digo yo !!!!
pero lo mismo no   cool


 
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Hola Unica ! muchas gracias por el aporte,sabes si es el mismo DVD que el primero de arriba?Por el menu en rojo parece otro...pero es la misma actuacion?

Gracias!!
Es el mismo, pero esta es la edicion en DVD, que faltaba por ponerla en DVD9, yo la estoy bajando y las portadas y el libreto son los del DVD. Lo que estaba puesto o era el bluray entero, o convertido para un DVD9.
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Es el mismo, pero esta es la edicion en DVD, que faltaba por ponerla en DVD9, yo la estoy bajando y las portadas y el libreto son los del DVD. Lo que estaba puesto o era el bluray entero, o convertido para un DVD9. Saludos
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