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Malice in Wonderland
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock, Metal
30th anniversary 2002 remastered reissue of the Scottish hard rock quartet's 1980 album that's unavailable domestically. Includes 7 bonus tracks 'Holiday' (Single Edit), 'Ship Of Dreams' (Single Edit), 'Heart's Grown Co... more »
30th anniversary 2002 remastered reissue of the Scottish hard rock quartet's 1980 album that's unavailable domestically. Includes 7 bonus tracks 'Holiday' (Single Edit), 'Ship Of Dreams' (Single Edit), 'Heart's Grown Cold' (Live 7'' EP Version), 'Talkin' To One Of The Boys' (Live 7'' EP Version), 'Showdown At The Border' (Live), 'Holiday' (Live) & 'Heart's Grown Cold' (Live).
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HvR | Kansas City, KS USA | 08/23/2010
(5 out of 5 stars)
"You wouldn't be looking at this review if you didn't already know Nazareth so I am not going to start a debate on wether this album is better than No Mean City etc...so let's just talk about the quality of the sound on this product.
The sound quality is simply top notch - this is one of the best remastered copies of music that I have heard in a long time. It literally sounds as if it were originally recorded in a CD - Wave file music format. No sound artifacts, crisp and clean through it all.
The real treat on this disk outside of the masterfully completed remastering to digital format is the Live BBC Session music. I never had the opportunity to see this band play live and the quality of this live session is just great. I love hearing the raw live sound and it was worth the price of this disk alone in my opinion just to own track 11, 12 and 15 in Live Music. Track 15 is a particular treat in that they are two of my favorite Naz songs and they transition from one directly into the other wonderfully without breaking the songs up.
Great quality sound - reasonable price, if you are a Nazareth fan already, this is well worth the money for the clarity and Live Sound recordings. If you are new to Nazareth - I personally recommend you start with No Mean City in your collection."