Entitled “All You Can Eat”, the three-disc set documents the story of “Wonder Days”, Thunder’s first studio album for 6 years, and includes a live album, a live in-the-studio session, and a documentary film. Furthermore, the fans can expect a special treat: “Live At Loud Park”, a roaring show the band played in Japan in 2014, also released as a ltd. edition 12” vinyl album. See separate sales note.
CD1 – Starter – The RAK Session The session took place at the famous RAK Studio 1 on November 4th and 5th 2014, during the two days preceding the band’s show at Brooklyn Bowl in the O2 in London. The band set up in the studio to record 100% live, and as quickly as possible. They played fourteen songs one after another, with no breaks, no stops, overdubs or fix ups. The end result is astonishing.
CD2 – Main Course – Live At The Brooklyn Bowl The Brooklyn Bowl show on November 6th 2014 was offered free to fans, in association with Classic Rock Magazine. There was no fee for tickets, and fans applied online in their thousands for the chance to hear the band play brand new songs from ‘Wonder Days’, three months ahead of the release, alongside Thunder classics, and some never played before covers. The rules were pretty simple – no cameras, no video, no social media updates, just word of mouth. Thunder fans duly obliged, and the evening was stunning. The show was captured; audio and video, and eight of the songs were given away on the cover of Classic Rock Magazine in January 2015. The rest have stayed in the filing cabinet, until now…
Thunder – All You Can Eat (2016)
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