Asia - Fantasia: Live In Tokyo (DVD, 2007)

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Overview -

Asia: Fantasia Live in Tokyo

Features

Interviews With Asia.

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Asia: Fantasia Live in Tokyo
1. Time Again [7:51]
2. Wildest Dreams [5:48]
3. One Step Closer [4:50]
4. Roundabout [9:18]
5. Without You [5:52]
6. Cutting it Fine [6:36]
7. Intersection Blues - Steve's Solo [3:50]
8. Fanfare For the Common Man [7:40]
9. The Smile Has Left Your Eyes [4:12]
10. Don't Cry [5:06]
11. Court of the Crimson King [5:16]
12. Here Comes the Feeling [6:12]
13. Video Killed the Radio Star [4:41]
14. The Heat Goes On - Drum Solo [9:19]
15. Only Time Will Tell [5:17]
16. Sole Survivor [8:25]
17. Ried Easy [5:26]
18. Heat of the Moment [9:00]

Editorial Reviews

Asia: Fantasia Live in Tokyo features a March 2007 show that reunites the original members of the rock supergroup. The set list of well over a dozen songs includes "Heat of the Moment," "Video Killed the Radio Star," "Fanfare for the Common Man," and "Wildest Dream." ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi All Movie Guide

Specifications

UPC: 801213022694
BINC: 9203774
Original Release Date: October 2007
Format: 155 minutes, DTS-ESM, Dolby Digital 5.1, Dolby Digital Stereo, Enhanced WS

Reviews (1)

  • Anonymous
    3 years, 6 months ago at Barnes & Noble

    5.0 / 5.0

    I've been a fan of Asia since I first heard the group in 1982. The song was Wildest Dreams. I absolutely loved it. The group has been through quite a few changes since then: bickering, tantrums, over-inflated egos, band members coming and going. But after 25 years the original group is back and sounding better than ever on this DVD. They give an absolutely fabulous performance that lasts close to two hours. And they seem to be having a good time, which only enhances the already wonderful music. I'm gratified that Geoff Downes gets top billing as he's the one who believed in the group and kept the faith for so many years. As a bonus, there are interviews with each of the group's members. I can't recommend this DVD enough. It's a must-have for any Asia fan.