From Wishes to Eternity
|From Wishes to Eternity - Live|
|Video by Nightwish|
|Released||April 2001 (Finland)|
|Recorded||29 December 2000|
From Wishes to Eternity - Live is a live DVD/VHS/CD by Finnish symphonic metal band Nightwish. It was recorded in Tampere, Finland on 29 December 2000. The CD was released as a limited edition of 10.000 copies, available only in Finland. In late 2005, Spinefarm managed to release it in Europe. In addition to a show of Nightwish material, the band also performed a medley, "Crimson Tide, Deep Blue Sea", which borrowed melodies from Hans Zimmer's music in the 1995 film Crimson Tide and Trevor Rabin's music in the 1999 film Deep Blue Sea.
On 1 March 2004 Drakkar released From Wishes to Eternity as SACD, a hybrid disc which can be played on normal CD players while SACD players give higher fidelity. The instrumental song "Crimson Tide, Deep Blue Sea" and "FantasMic" had to be removed from the track list to fit the concert on the disc. Later in 2004, the SACD version won the Gold Disc in Finland with more than 20,000 copies sold.
- "The Kinslayer"
- "She Is My Sin"
- "Deep Silent Complete"
- "The Pharaoh Sails to Orion"
- "Come Cover Me"
- "Instrumental (Crimson Tide/Deep Blue Sea)"
- "FantasMic (Part 3)"
- "Dead Boy's Poem"
- "Sacrament of Wilderness"
- "Walking in the Air"
- "Beauty & the Beast"
The DVD also includes:
- Two official videos ("The Carpenter" and "Sleeping Sun")
- Two live videos ("The Kinslayer" and "Walking in the Air)
- Deleted scenes
- Interviews with Tarja and Tuomas
Sales and certifications
- Tarja Turunen - Lead vocals
- Tuomas Holopainen - Keyboards
- Emppu Vuorinen - Lead guitars
- Jukka Nevalainen - Drums
- Sami Vänskä - Bass guitar
- Tapio Wilska - Male vocals (on track 4)
- Tony Kakko - Male vocals (on track 14)
- Sputnik Music review
- "Limited editions of Tampere concert". Nightwish.com. Retrieved 7 November 2009. External link in
- ""From Wishes To Eternity" on SACD". Nightwish.com. Retrieved 7 November 2009. External link in
- "IFPI Tilastot: Nightwish". Ifpi.fi. Retrieved 2010-01-03. External link in