MAGNUM: 'Evolution' Album Details Revealed

Hugely influential British melodic hard rock group MAGNUM will release its new album, "Evolution", in Europe on November 14 via Steamhammer/SPV. The set will come in a high-value ecol book.

MAGNUM's lineup of guitarist/songwriter/producer Tony Clarkin, vocalist Bob Catley, keyboard player Mark Stanway, bassist Al Barrow and drummer Harry James excelled itself on "Evolution", which is described in a press release as "one of the strongest and most unusual best of albums in [MAGNUM's] illustrious (near-40-year) history to date."

"Evolution" contains partially re-recorded and fully remixed versions of eight songs from MAGNUM's previous albums, including two tracks from MAGNUM's acclaimed "The Visitation" album (which cracked the Top 20 in Germany and made it to No. 3 on the U.K. Rock chart) and two newly recorded songs.

"Evolution" track listing

01. That Holy Touch
Re-recorded drums, bass, guitar and some vocals (remixed)
Originally on "Breath Of Life

02. Just Like January
Re-recorded drums, bass and guitar (remixed)
Originally on "Breath Of Life

03. Brand New Morning
Re-recorded bass, guitar and some vocals (remixed)
Originally on "Brand New Morning"

04. Immigrant Son
Re-recorded bass and guitar (remixed)
Originally on "Brand New Morning"

05. When We Were Younger
Re-recorded drums, bass, guitar and some vocals (remixed)
Originally on "Princess Alice & The Broken Arrow"

06. Out Of The Shadows
Re-recorded drums, bass, guitar (remixed)
Originally on "Princess Alice & The Broken Arrow"

07. All My Bridges
Re-recorded bass and drums (remixed)
Originally on "Into The Valley Of The Moonking"

08. Blood On Your Barbed Wire Thorns
Re-recorded bass (remixed)
Originally on "Into The Valley Of The Moonking"

09. The Visitation
Taken from "The Visitation"

10. Wild Angels
Taken from "The Visitation"

11. The Fall
New recording

12. Do You Know Who You Are?
New recording

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