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Escape From The Shadow Garden
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Category: Melodic Rock
Catalog Number: SPV 266200
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Al Barrow bass, backing Vocals|
Bob Catley lead vocals
Harry James drums
Mark Stanway keyboards
Tony Clarkin guitars, backing vocals
Limited Edition version includes bonus DVD featuring live and tour footage
|1. ||Live 'Til You Die ||6:28|
|2. ||Unwritten Sacrifice ||5:28|
|3. ||Falling For The Big Plan ||5:58|
|4. ||Crying In The Rain ||5:45|
|5. ||Too Many Clowns ||4:36|
|6. ||Midnight Angel ||7:18|
|7. ||The Art Of Compromise ||5:00|
|8. ||Don't Fall Asleep ||5:58|
|9. ||Wisdom's Had It's Day ||4:43|
|10. ||Burning River ||4:43|
|11. ||The Valley Of Tears ||6:39|
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|Total Running Time:|| 62:36|
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Existing comments about this CD
|Heavy Harmonies Volunteer|
||Date: March 26, 2014 at 17:58|
|With a great, consistent back catalogue, every new Magnum album is generally something to look forward to and 'Escape From The Shadow Garden' is another good/very good addition to the Magnum cannon. Rock solid songs with a good mix of stuff, well played and presented, and as usual, some lovely Roger Dean artwork to top it all off. I will also add that I think this is probably the best Magnum album since the excellent 'Princess Alice and The Broken Arrow' in '07, so along with 'Brand New Morning'(terrific album) in '04, this for me slots into a comfortable 3rd place since the reformation in 2002. Non Magnum'ites will be less convinced I dare say, but for me, a very good album and great to still see the lads going strong.
|From: Reverend Mayhem
||Date: March 30, 2014 at 17:04|
|If this isn't Magnum's final album, it may be MY final Magnum album. I never thought the phrase "It sounds like another Magnum album" would ever indicate a bad thing, but sadly it's come to that since they seem bent on continuously reviving the Brand New Morning template and becoming duly predictable. BNM was a grand disc, but Alice, Moonking, Visitation, 13th Day, and now Garden all run together into an indistinguishable mass lacking any distinct identities. Even Rodney Matthews resuming duty as cover artist adds to the "more of the same" deterioration. Yes, most bands have a particular "sound," but Clarkin's songwriting ability always kept Magnum's style fresh album-to-album; now even his craftsmanship seems stale. It's also disheartening to hear the once-mighty Catley now croaking melodies through what used to be golden vocal chords. But hey, lot's of people have kept buying AC/DC albums after "Flick of the Switch," so plenty of fans will be fine with Magnum's continued path. 65/100
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