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Posted: 07 Dec 05, 22:00 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

From pictures that I have seen, it looks as though the lighting in Arnhem was different, and by different, I mean more of them and more complicated designs. Is this true--and if so, was there a reason for it? Also, if this was the case, perhaps David Mallet would be clamoring to include a few bonuses from this gig on the next DVD (if there is one), seeing as how he has some sort of obsession with the lights on ROTC.

Anyone have any info on this? Am I just imagining?

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Posted: 08 Dec 05, 05:16 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

It could very well be true, what you suggest!
Fact is that Arnhem was part of the Sumer outdoor shows. That leg of the tour had a different and bigger lightshow then the previous shows.
Eventually the show ended up indoors, but nevertheless they probably, logically used the lightshow that was travelling with them intented for open-air shows.

And yes, the gig has been recorded professionally from Say It's Not True up to Radio Ga Ga (with INTEND to make it one of the bonusses on ROTC).