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Press release from Frontiers Music:

 

BREAKING NEWS: HAREM SCAREM'S HOMECOMING SHOW AT THE PHOENIX CONCERT THEATRE IN TORONTO TO BE RELEASED ON 2CD/DVD & BLU-RAY IN DECEMBER ON FRONTIERS

Frontiers Music Srl, is pleased to announce the upcoming live release by the Canadian rock group HAREM SCAREM, entitled LIVE AT THE PHOENIX on December 4th.

Available in 2CD/DVD, Blu-ray and Digital formats, this new release, marks the first proper live album recorded by Harem Scarem in front of their “home” audience. Singer Harry Hess explains, “Canada is where we started touring all those years ago and to be able to invite our friends, family and fans to this show was cool."

Recorded live on Saturday July 11th, 2015 at the Phoenix Concert Theatre in Toronto, this happened to be the perfect time and venue for the band to capture live recordings of numerous songs from their latest record "Thirteen" and also to revisit their classic early material. It was an honest and raw performance showcasing the repertoire of a band which is at the top of their game.

“It wasn't easy coming up with this set list but I think we got to all the important stuff plus it's always fun to play the new material that you haven't been playing for 20 years. It is definitely the most extensive live recording and video that we have ever done and the quality of both the video and audio are by far the best of anything we have ever done,” says Harry.

For fans around the world that were not able to see Harem Scarem on their "Thirteen" tour, this special Blu Ray/DVD and double audio cd is a must!!

HAREM SCAREM

Harry Hess: vocals, guitar
Pete Lesperance; lead guitar, vocals
Stan Miczek: bass guitar
Darren Smith: drums, vocals

 

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CD1 Track List for Live At The Phoenix:
01. Garden Of Eden
02. Hard To Love
03. Saviors Never Cry
04. Dagger
05. Distant Memory
06. The Midnight Hours
07. Mandy
08. Killing Me
09. Slowly Slipping Away
10. Troubled Times

CD2 Track List for Live At The Phoenix:
11. Sentimental Blvd.
12. Turn Around
13. Stranger Than Love
14. All I Need
15. Saints And Sinners
16. So Blind
17. Human Nature
18. Voice Of Reason
19. Change Comes Around
20. No Justice

The track list for the DVD is the same as for the two CDs.


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Darren looks stiff behind the kit. Does he not play much, anymore?

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Harem Scarem is barely known by most Canadians and unless somebody is skating and scoring goals, people don't get too excited around here.

 

I see they have Slowly Slipping Away as a track. Back in 2007/8 before they released Hope they played their 'last' Canadian gig in Toronto. The fans screamed out for them to play Slowly Slipping Away, they got through half the song and abandoned it, claiming they hadn't played it in over 10 years. I was disappointed since to me the debut was their best one and they totally ignored it and even claimed to have forgotten it.

 

I personally hate live cd's, I'm just anxiously waiting for another studio release.

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Yep, love the band and can't wait for the next studio album, but I have as much chance of hearing this as a new Miley Cyrus album.

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Didn't they got a few songs on that teen tv-show Degrassi High long time ago (in the end of the eigthies I believe). That show must have been canadian. But I imagine that was not a hit in Canada. It was fairly big in Sweden. Quite hilarious show back in the days. ;)

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Didn't they got a few songs on that teen tv-show Degrassi High long time ago (in the end of the eigthies I believe). That show must have been canadian. But I imagine that was not a hit in Canada. It was fairly big in Sweden. Quite hilarious show back in the days. ;)

 

Really? The show was a hit in Sweden? That's so random. I never watched it, as I was only two when it first aired, but the series was revived in 2001 as Degrassi: The Next Generation. And that's where Aubrey Graham (the rapper better known as Drake) got his start.

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Is that a title used in a lot of different countries? We've had a Degrassi (Junior?) High here in Australia for an eternity too. I remember it from back in the 80's when I used to watch it as a tiny kid because it actually starred a few actors who went on to be genuine Aussie celebrities in that era.

 

Like Karpetface says about the one in Canada, there was also a 'New Generation' too which still airs to this very day.

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Is that a title used in a lot of different countries? We've had a Degrassi (Junior?) High here in Australia for an eternity too. I remember it from back in the 80's when I used to watch it as a tiny kid because it actually starred a few actors who went on to be genuine Aussie celebrities in that era.

 

Like Karpetface says about the one in Canada, there was also a 'New Generation' too which still airs to this very day.

 

Huh. Possibly. It started with The Kids of Degrassi Street, then went to Degrassi Junior High, then Degrassi High.

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