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|From: Tom Morton
||Date: April 8, 2003 at 18:43|
|Heard live before the album was released, and was impressed then and still listen too when in mood different from other albums but has some very catchy stuff BACK IN YOUR ARMS AGAIN is one really good balad TALL SHIPS has that sort of South American feel to it listen and you will know what I mean ON CHRISTMAS DAY has some similarities to DON'T WAKE THE LION from WINGS OF HEAVEN AND ONLY A MEMORY FROM GOODNIGHT LA Tony Clarkin has this gift about the telling about the horrors of WAR" IN HIS LYRIC
|From: Alister Hill
||Date: January 28, 2004 at 4:38|
|A couple of classic tracks (On Christmas Day & Back in Your Arms Again) but mostly completely devoid of the true Magnum magic. Tell Tale Eyes is undoubtedly TC's worst song since Baby Rock Me on KOM. I occasionally listen to it, but for the most part it is consigned to the same bin I threw the Hard Rain albums into after one listen. Magnum's poorest ever release.
||Date: April 2, 2004 at 13:54|
|You can really hear that Tony was beeing "fed up" with Magnum at this time as there are not many, only three as I see it, "real" Magnum song on it. If you listen to the first Hard Rain album I think you'll see what I mean. IMO the second least essential Magnum album to have.
||Date: July 31, 2006 at 16:27|
|Peor que los anteriores. Y algo rarillo en algunos cortes.. pero aun hay buenas canciones, como Hush-a-Bye Baby
||Date: January 16, 2011 at 5:46|
|es un buen album,la primera escucha te parece un poco cruda porque los temas son bastante hard rockeros,pero al final convence con temazos como We all need to be loved,On Christmas Day,Hush-a-Bye Baby.
||Date: June 7, 2011 at 4:30|
|"You can really hear that Tony was beeing "fed up" with Magnum at this time as there are not many, only three as I see it, "real" Magnum song on it. If you listen to the first Hard Rain album I think you'll see what I mean. IMO the second least essential Magnum album to have. " I wrote this in 2004 and still stand by it!
|From: Ydol eM
||Date: September 30, 2013 at 14:58|
|For me the best album of Magnum for at least the next ten years (including Hard Rain and Bob Catley's solo works). Maybe a bit weaker than their previous ones but still a good portion of hard aor rock. Nothing remarkable but nice to listen. 80/100.
|From: hair metal again
||Date: November 9, 2018 at 9:52|
|excellent release for MAGNUM back in 94 and criminally overlooked by the fans &band also!the sound is more hard rocking than usual and i think they tried to sound a bit like THUNDER and have also a piece of the cake,but at the same time they held their trademark!"hard hearted woman","back in your arms again" and "hush a bye baby" are fantastic songs and imho one of the best MAGNUM albums ever
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