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Black Moon is ELP’s eighth studio album. It was released in 1992 when the band re-formed after 14 years, having split-up after their previous album, ‘Love Beach’ in 1978, and represents a real return to form. The music is a stripped-down, amped-up, more mainstream rock format, though in many places retaining the feel of their 70s prog epics. Expertly re-mastered for the first time by celebrated rock studio engineer Andy Pearce.
Disc 2 of the CD features a full, re-mastered recording of the critically acclaimed ‘Live At The Royal Albert Hall 1992’ show, part of ELP’s successful world comeback tour, which captured them at their powerful, exciting best.