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Release date: 23 June 2008
Style: Progressive rock, Progressive metal

Rating:

9.6 | 5 votes

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Disc I Sola Scriptura & Beyond
01. The Creation
02. The Good Don't Last / Open Wide The Flood Gates
03. The Door
04. The Conflict / The Conclusion
05. Question Mark Medley
    1 - The Temple Of The Living God
    2 - Another World
    3 - The Outsider
    4 - 12
    5 - Entrance
    6 - Inside His Presence
    7 - The Temple Of The Living God
06. Testimedley
    1 - Overture No. 1
    2 - California Nights
    3 - Colder In The Sun
    4 - Somber Days
    5 - Sing It High
    6 - The Storm Before The Calm
    7 - I Am Willing
    8 - Oh, To Feel Him
    9 - Rejoice
    10 - God's Theme
07. We All Need Some Light
08. Wind At My Back

Disc II Bonus Material
01. Sola Scriptura Tour - Behind The Scenes
02. Bridge Across Forever [acoustic version]
03. Question Mark Live

01. Sweet Elation
02. In The Fire
03. Solid As The Sun
04. The Glory Of The Lord
05. Outside Looking In
06. Help Me
07. King Jesus
08. Reunion
09. Encore Medley
    1 - We All Need Some Light
    2 - Open Wide The Flood Gates
    3 - Open The Gates Part 2
    4 - Solitary Soul
    5 - Wind At My Back

Review


Additional info
Line up:
Neal Morse - vocals, keyboards, guitars
Paul Bielatowicz - guitars, vocals
Collin Leijenaar - drums
Jessica Koomen - vocals, keyboards, percussion
Henk Doest - keyboards
Wilco van Esschoten - bass guitar, vocals

Recorded May 26, 2007 De Boerderij, Zoetemeer, The Netherlands

Staff review by
Ivor

Rating:
9.0
"Sola Scriptura" was probably one of the best albums of 2007 in Progressive Metal genre. I was pretty much ignorant of Neal Morse's music after he left Spock's Beard to pursue his solo career of religious music. I avoided it, especially because of the deep religious content. However, the accidentally heard "Sola Scriptura" made me revise my opinion. The amazing writing and musicianship stunned me. I love this album music-wise and I had to see what the DVD had to offer, not to mention that I really wanted to see this album played out live in its immense complexity.

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