2014-09-06 - Umeda Club Quattro, Osaka, Japan Source 1
Information Unisonic bootleg Umeda Club Quattro, Osaka 2014
Label: NoLimit-045/046 OriginalMaster.
Label published this statement about the bootleg:
From Unisonic's 2014 Double Headliner Japan Tour with Edguy, Unisonic's final show on Sept 6 at Umeda Club Quattro was completely captured with label's original master by 24 bit recording from audience.
Songs included are "For The Kingdom", "Your Time Has Come" and other four songs from the latest album "Light Of Dawn", Helloween classics such as "March Of Time" and "I Want Out", Elvis Presley cover "She's Not You" and "Don't Cry Daddy" by Michael Kiske borrowing Kai Hansen's guitar.
Michael Kiske's deep middle range to smooth shining high tone voice presents a brilliant show. The 24 bit recording realized a superb sound quality for a club gig recording from audience.
Samples Unisonic bootleg 'The Kingdom For Osaka'
Comments about the bootleg
Here is another great recording from our Japanese friends. The bootleg sound very good with the vocals on top-level, a little higher than other instruments. There is not distortion or other kind of problems.
There is a problem with the micro on the first song 'For The Kingdom'... well not in the micro, just that Michael forgot to switch it on, but he finally did during the first chorus. They had a little problem in 'March Of Time' with the guitars and they sounded a little grunge after the first chorus, because of this problem Kiske started singing 2 seconds later but it was cool, he just changed the melody for a while. At the end of 'I Want Out' they introduced some seconds of Kiss'I Was Made For Lovin' You' in the melody, but they did it in the song not in the middle part like they used to do during the German tour.
As rarity, its a very important bootleg because they played a medley with some tracks of Elvis Presley: 'She's Not You' and 'Don't Cry Daddy' and also little jamming. The last night in Nagoya the computer crashed because of the heat and meanwhile they were fixing the problem Michael 'stole' the guitar to Kai and played Elvis stuff, since audience found it interesting they repeated the experience in Osaka.
Artwork Unisonic bootleg 'The Kingdom For Osaka' 2014