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Artist: Max Webster

Title: A Million Vacations

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1979

Label: Anthem

Catalog Number: WANK-1016

Personnel

Kim Mitchell Guitars, Lead Vocals
Gary McCracken Drums, Percussion
Dave Myles Bass, Vocals
Terry Watkinson Keyboards, Vocals

Tracks

1.  Paradise Skies  
2.  Charmonium  
3.  Night Flights  
4.  Sun Voices  
5.  Moon Voices  
6.  A Million Vacations  
7.  Look Out  
8.  Let Go The Line  
9.  Rascal Houdini  
10.  Research (At Beach Resorts)  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Nick C Date: November 2, 2005 at 11:15
This is the album that got me into the Maxies. Weird - funny - great songs - brilliant lyrics - cool riffs. A class release...not necessarily their best but still excellent!! It'd be tough to pick a fave but I love Look Out and the superb Research at Beach Resorts. If a little off the wall hard rock is your taste then this or any of the bands works are for you!!

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From: Jez Date: November 2, 2005 at 13:40
After 'Universal Juveniles', this comes a close second in the Max repertoire, although I rate them all pretty highly if the truth be known. This features one of their best tracks, the heavenly 'Let Go The Line' which, along with the mighty 'Battle Scar' from 'Universal Juveniles', is one of my all time favourite songs. The rest is excellent aswell, and lyrically this is pretty off the wall as usual - what was lyricist Pye Dubois on when he wrote some of this stuff???

From: juan carlos Date: April 11, 2008 at 21:07
Maybe if you are into the 70s sound.. for me this one is not good but not too bad. "Look Out" good.. If you are a fan of Kim Mitchell.. well itīs for you. For me: Average. 7/10

From: Axelinger Date: July 13, 2009 at 20:26
Paradise Skies, Charmonium, Rascal Houdi, Let Go The Line and A Million vacations are all top notch tracks.


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