Magnum - Princess Alice And The Broken Arrow

8.8 | 24 votes |
Release date: 2007
Style: Progressive rock


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01. When We Were Younger
02. Eyes Wide Open
03. Like Brothers We Stand
04. Out of the Shadows
05. Dragons Are Real
06. Inside Your Head
07. Be Strong
08. Thank You for the Day
09. Your Lies
10. Desperate Times
11. You'll Never Sleep

Tony Clarkin - guitars
Bob Catley - vocals
Mark Stanway - keyboards
Al Barrow - bass
Jimmy Copley - drums

Studio musicians
Jim Lea - violin

Additional info
Produced and written by Tony Clarkin.
Mixed by Tony Clarkin and Mark V. Stuart.
Recorded at M2, Mad Hat's Studio by Mark V. Stuart. Assisted by Sheena Sear.
Mastered by Ian Cooper at Metropolis, London.

Cover artwork by Rodney Matthews.

Staff review by
Bob Catley has one of the best voices in Progressive music let me tell you, it's a mix between James LaBrie and Glam metal, it's just marvelous how he manages his vocals actually, very uplifting to say the least. I say this because forever I've admired this band for their main brain, a smart guy who has carved all of the Magnum albums in stone, "Princess Alice And The Broken Arrow" isn't an exception, this album shows a thicker band with a very complex musicianship after so many years of being active.

published 13.04.2007 | Comments (1)


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18.09.2014 - 18:16
Rating: 8
Metal Addict
A beautiful record. I wouldn't go so far as calling it one of the band's best ones, but it's definitely an album worthy of Magnum.
"And we are not who we think we are
We are who we're afraid to be"
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