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Elect the Dead Symphony
Live album by Serj Tankian
Released March 9, 2010
Recorded March 16, 2009 at the Auckland Town Hall, Auckland, New Zealand
Genre Experimental rock, Symphonic rock
Length 1:03:00 (DVD)
54:54 (CD)
Label Reprise/Warner Bros./Serjical Strike
Professional reviews
Serj Tankian chronology
Lie Lie Live
(2008)
Elect the Dead Symphony
(2010)
Music Without Borders
(2010)
Singles from Elect the Dead Symphony
  1. "The Charade"
    Released: February 15, 2010

Elect the Dead Symphony is the first live album by System of a Down frontman Serj Tankian. It is available in CD, CD/DVD, LP, and Digital Download formats. It features the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra at the Auckland Town Hall in Auckland, New Zealand. Orchestral arrangements were by John Psathas. Material for the performance is from Tankian's solo debut, Elect the Dead with some additional previously unreleased songs.[1][2] It was released on February 23, 2010 on iTunes and March 9, 2010 in all other formats.

Track listing

All songs written and composed by Serj Tankian

Track Title Length
1. "Feed Us"   7:29
2. "Blue"   3:15
3. "Sky Is Over"   3:09
4. "Lie Lie Lie"   3:58
5. "Money"   3:29
6. "Baby"   3:41
7. "Gate 21"   2:49
8. "The Charade"   4:30
9. "Honking Antelope"   3:49
10. "Saving Us"   4:55
11. "Elect the Dead"   3:08
12. "Falling Stars"   3:24
13. "Beethoven's Cunt"   3:29
14. "Empty Walls"   3:57
15. "The Charade" (studio version; DVD only during credits) 3:33

References

  1. ^ Wippsson, Johan (11 February 2009). "Serj Tankian Releases "elect The Dead" Orchestra Dvd". melodic.net. http://www.melodic.net/newsOne.asp?newsId=12523. Retrieved 23 September 2009. 
  2. ^ "Serj Tankian and the APO". sergicalstrike.com. http://www.serjicalstrike.com/site/news_view.php?id=82. Retrieved 23 September 2009. 

External links

Elect The Dead Symphony at Discogs.com

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