RPWL unleashed ‘God Has Failed – Live & Personal’

RPWL‘s debut ‘God Has Failed’ was released in September 2000 and to celebrate the 20th anniversary of their entry to a journey to the top of German progressive rock, the band planned a special tour. The plan was to embark in November 2020, an idea that couldn’t be realized due to circumstances we all know.

Instead of just letting the momentum go and sitting still, RPWL decided to celebrate their first album in a different way. The band filmed a live studio session that is now available in different formats, from Blu-Ray to vinyl. As not expected different, the production of ‘God Has Failed – Live & Personal’ is excellent and here are some more details.


  1. Hole In The Sky (Part 1: Fly / Part 2: Crawl To You)
  2. Who Do You Think We Are
  3. Wait Five Years
  4. What I Need (Part 1: Leaving)
  5. What I Need (Part 2: What I Need)
  6. In Your Dreams
  7. It’s Alright
  8. Crazy Lane
  9. Fool
  10. Hole In The Sky (Part 3: The Promise)
  11. Spring Freedom
  12. Farewell
  13. God Has Failed

Audio CD and concert film 68 Min each

Vinyl with additional bonus: Cymbaline (11 min) & Fat Old Sun by Pink Floyd (8 min)

Extra Filme Blu-ray/DVD: 

  • Diskussionsrunde Original Besetzung: ca. 16 min 
  • Listening Session Original Besetzung: ca. 53 min 
  • Diskussionsrunde aktuelle Besetzung: ca. 39 min

Label: Gentle Art Of Music

Genre: Progressive Rock

Release Date EU: April 30th, 2021

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