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The Bridge Show

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Double CD and DVD
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Set in the fictional world of ENILAND, the show opens with the fictional character QUEEN ENID addressing the audience with a speech entitled “ENILAND CAN TAKE IT”. The performance continues to use videos throughout the show to pose cynical questions about the strengths and dangers of nationalism, capitalism, entitlement, smoke-screen government projects, free-press, propaganda and self-sacrifice.

The concert was recorded and filmed at the Union Chapel, London on Tuesday 31st March 2015 by EnidLive and Jeff Cousins.

The 3-disc set is packaged in the desirable digipack format with the addition of a special poster-insert thanking all people who pre-ordered.

CD1:

  1. Land of Hope and Glory "Eniland Can Take It"
  2. One and the Many
  3. "Welcome to Eniland"
  4. Terra Firma
  5. Earthborn
  6. Witch Hunt
  7. "Project Mars"
  8. My Gravity-Malacandra
  9. Dark Hydraulic "Common Enemy" 

CD2:

  1. Wings
  2. "A Sickness of the Mind"
  3. Something Wicked This Way Comes
  4. Leviticus
  5. Someone Shall Rise
  6. Judgement
  7. Shiva
  8. Encore

DVD: Full Concert.

Feedback from The Bridge Show

“An experience that lives way beyond the confines of this time, this space. It's The Enid entering the most enticing, engaging and engrossing phase of their career.” Malcolm Dome, Prog Magazine

"If you have the opportunity to attend this show, jump! The musicianship is outstanding and the keyboard playing sublime. A seated gig, no mosh pit, and a complete delight." Tony Colvill, The Progressive Aspect

"If this show is your first introduction to the band don't be surprised if you sit open-mouthed through much of it and go in search of more." Liz Medhurst, Metal Talk

"Resourceful, constantly inventive, The Enid provided us with an endless succession of ideas and moods – offered without restrictions – filled with colours and intensity. Provocative, dramatic and incredibly inspiring." Neil Mach, Raw Ramp Music Magazine

"In what would turn out to be a masterclass of prog rock, The Enid transcend mere prog to deliver an exquisite performance of musical delight and visual splendour." Simon Dunkerley, Get Ready To Rock

"I really struggle to put them into a genre or even sub-genre as I think they have just rewritten the rule book and created their own category." Sabrina Beever, Get Your Rock Out

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