Nightwish Once Rar 
Nightwish Once Rar https://geags.com/2t7Ws6
OK - firstly this is not a review about the performance, which is absolutely stunning, but reflects a fault on the Blu-Ray. I believe it to be a coding error, almost as if the data stream could somehow have been edited at 25fps but it is in fact playing back at 24fps, which is the framerate stated on the box and in the metadata information of the Blu-Ray file.None of the songs play back at the correct speed; for example the Blu-Ray 'Romanticide' runs at 5m 07s from first to last note, but the official live music video (an edit taken from the exact same concert) run time is 4m 55s. If the Blu-Ray is over speeded to replay 25 frames within 1 second, i.e. at ~1.042x speed, then 'Romanticide' runs at the correct speed. Because the audio pitch is correct, it suggests framerate encoding is the issue, and the fault runs for the duration of the concert.This is such a shame because the quality of the visuals and the sound mix is excellent, and showcases an incredible band at an unbelievably high level of performance. As another reviewer has stated regarding the same playback speed issue, there is an indefinable 'loss' to the overall atmosphere and energy of the concert.
So perhaps no surprise that Not All Those Who Wander Are Lost is a concept album, steeped in Tolkien mythology and, like The Lord of the Rings trilogy films, the music here is epic in all aspects. To achieve this the core band of Dave Brons, John Biglands, Daniel Day and Mark Swift are joined by an impressive ensemble of musicians, including Celestial Fire members Dave Bainbridge, Sally Minnear and Frank van Essen. We also have a 100-piece choir, Uilleann pipes, along with a whole host wind, brass and stringed instruments. 2b1af7f3a8