Magnum (3) ‎– The Eleventh Hour!

Jet Records ‎– JETLP 240
Vinyl, LP, Album




Lyric Inner sleeve.

Recorded at Portland Studios, London.
Mixed at Odyssey Studios, London.
(C)1983 Aviation Music Ltd.
For information send SAE to Magnum c/o Ollie, 2 Tame Street, Kettlebrook, Tamworth, Staffs.
For an undying belief in the music, we would like to thank Ollie and all our friends who we may never meet. We hope you enjoy this album.
Thanks to Yamaha and Hohner.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year 
JETCA 240 Magnum (3) The Eleventh Hour!(Cass, Album) Jet Records JETCA 240 UK 1983 Sell This Version
JETLP 240 Magnum (3) The Eleventh Hour!(LP, Album) Jet Records JETLP 240 UK 1983 Sell This Version
JET CD 005, JET C.D. 005 Magnum (3) The Eleventh Hour(CD, Album, RE) Jet Records, Jet Records JET CD 005, JET C.D. 005 UK 1985 Sell This Version
SLP3128 Magnum (3) The Eleventh Hour!(LP, Album, RE) Sonet SLP3128 Sweden 1987 Sell This Version
288-07-114 Magnum (3) The Eleventh Hour!(CD, Album, RE) Bellaphon 288-07-114 Germany 1988 Sell This Version



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September 28, 2015
Under-rated album from an under-rated band. A fusion of Jethro Tull, ELO, Barclay James Harvest & NWOBHM.

Excellent simple dynamic production, in particular the drum sound, there's no over-compressed sound here.

Side 1 is near perfect with folky guitar, & proggy keyboards, amongst the chuggy guitars.
Side 2 is not as good with more mid-tempo rockers, but ending on the anthemic "The Road To Paradise", with it's bells of doom fadeout (could make great segue into Metallica's For Whom The Bell Tolls).