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Catalog Number: CMQCD229
Tony Clarkin Guitar|
Bob Catley Vocals
Wally Lowe Bass
Richard Bailey Keyboards, Flute
Kex Gorin Drums
|1. ||Great Adventure ||4:54|
|2. ||Changes ||3:15|
|3. ||The Battle ||2:10|
|4. ||If I Could Live Forever ||4:02|
|5. ||Reborn ||5:45|
|6. ||So Cold the Night ||4:04|
|7. ||Foolish Heart ||3:13|
|8. ||Stayin' Alive ||3:22|
|9. ||Firebird ||4:47|
|10. ||All of My Life ||4:43|
|11. ||Lonesome Star B-Side bonus track ||3:13|
|12. ||ChangesRemix bonus track ||4:11|
|13. ||Everybody Needs B-Side bonus track ||2:52|
|14. ||Changes Live bonus track ||3:44|
|15. ||Foolish Heart 1993 Acoustic Recording bonus track ||2:54|
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|Total Running Time:|| 57:09|
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: March 11, 2004 at 21:50|
|Thanks for listing this one! It was the only Magnum studio album not listed when I first stumbled through the door of this website a month or so ago. Anyway, someone had already given it a 5/10 - whoever you are, you have no taste!! Even on this, Magnum's second album (no, really) there is already a hint of the pop rock genius that would eventually give them 5 seconds of fame via WOH. 'Changes' sparkles like a slightly tacky diamond! Most of the rest of the album is classic early Magnum. 9/10
||Date: March 11, 2004 at 22:34|
|If you do not rate a cd at all, the default rating is 5. You probably forgot to rate it the first time.
||Date: March 11, 2004 at 23:49|
||Date: July 28, 2004 at 17:51|
|I think this is the very best Magnum album. The music was not so " commercial " as following albums. Although I like later albums too. But the lyrics on this album is fantastic. You can almost feel how they built up their following greatness and fame with this fantastic album. And , yes "changes" is a great song. Cheers!!
||Date: July 31, 2004 at 15:13|
|AHA! Thanks pluto! You've given me the excuse I need to open my Magnum mouth again. Firstly, this album is not often thought of as being Magnum's best effort, but I can certainly understand your opinion - it is a cracking set of tunes! Personally, like many others, I think On A Storyteller's Night is their finest hour so far... Oh yeah - I mustn't forget to mention their new album is released August 30th!! Brand New Morning! www.magnumonline.co.uk for details! It's going to be a classic......
|Heavy Harmonies Volunteer|
||Date: April 16, 2009 at 21:54|
|Album number 2 and the first thing that hits you here is the big improvement in production over the debut 'Kingdom Of Madness', probably due to to the fact a better, more well known producer Leo Lyons (UFO'S 'Phenomenon', 'Force It' & 'No Heavy Petting' albums) was drafted in. This is still a mighty disc in the Magnum discography and is choc full of classic tracks, some that still feature in the set today. 'Changes' sees them go off in the pop rock direction with nice results, but the real standout cuts on here are 'Reborn', 'The Battle', 'Foolish Heart' and the brilliant 'All Of My Life'. Again, the recent remaster adds a bit of Oomph in the sound department, aswell as adding some nice bonus tracks. As with the debut, a must have in the Magnum discography and a disc that still gets played very often.
||Date: August 15, 2013 at 4:53|
|Good album, but not as immediately striking as their debut. It's great to listen to as a whole, but very few songs stand out. I wish The battle wasn't so short.
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