Thirty Seconds To Mars' 'MTV Unplugged' was less a small, private taping and more a supernatural confluence shot on sacred ground.

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  1. This one was far from just a regular ol' concert or even your average up-close-and-personal, stripped-down live performance. Ask any member of the Echelon, and they'll tell you: Thirty Seconds To Mars' 'MTV Unplugged' performance was nothing short of a modern-day tent revival, with the audience sitting on a set adorned with candles and church pews singing along in perfect harmony to some of Mars' biggest hits. With the addition of a full string accompaniment and a gospel choir, this is one Unplugged not to be missed.

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