Magazine: The Peel Sessions
Download links and information about Magazine: The Peel Sessions by Magazine. This album was released in 2008 and it belongs to Rock, New Wave, Alternative genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 56:03 minutes.
|Genre:||Rock, New Wave, Alternative|
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|1.||Touch and Go||2:50|
|2.||The Light Pours Out of Me||4:18|
|3.||Real Life (Definitive Gaze)||4:02|
|4.||My Mind Ain't So Open||2:04|
|5.||Give Me Everything||4:18|
|7.||I Love You You Big Dummy||3:46|
|10.||Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin)||3:53|
|12.||A Song from Under the Floorboards||4:07|
|13.||Twenty Years Ago||3:05|
|14.||Look What Fear's Done to My Body (Because You're Frightened)||3:59|
Virgin issued the contents of this set, in the same order, as the third disc of the three-disc Maybe It's Right to Be Nervous Now, a Magazine box set released in 2000. Once again, here are the band's four sessions for John Peel's BBC program: February 14, 1978 (just prior to the recording of Real Life); July 24, 1978 (three months after Real Life's release); May 8, 1979 (just after the release of Secondhand Daylight); and January 7, 1980 (prior to the recording of Magic, Murder and the Weather). Had Virgin not kept the single-disc Where the Power Is in print, this would be a decent introduction to the band, as it features some of their best material — in addition to a slowed, seething take on Buzzcocks' Devoto-era "Boredom" — in vigorous condition.