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We All TogetherWe All Together

Label:Mag – LPN-2422
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo
Country:Peru
Released:
Genre:Rock
Style:Pop Rock, Psychedelic Rock

Tracklist

A1Children (Niños)
A2Young People (Gente Joven)
A3Carry On Till Tomorrow (Llévalo Hacia El Futuro)
A4It's A Sin To Go Away (Es Triste Alejarse)
A5Tomorrow (Mañana)
B1Hey Revolution (Hey Revolución)
B2Walking In The Rain (Caminando En La Lluvia)
B3Why (Porque)
B4Some People Never Know (Algunas Personas Nunca Saben)
B5The City Will Be A Country (El Regreso Al Campo)
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Notes

On the label the titles appear in Spanish only, they are bilangual on the back cover..
The writer's credit for A3 is misspelt on the label as ''Baldfinger''.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Other: Reg. Ind. 1267

Other Versions (5 of 12)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
We All Together (LP, Album, Stereo)MagLPN-2422Peru1972
We All Together (CD, Album, Reissue)Background (2)HBG 122/8UK1992
New Submission
We All Together (CD, Album, Reissue)Lazarus Audio ProductsCD-2001US1997
New Submission
We All Together (LP, Album, Reissue)Lazarus Audio Products2422US1997
We All Together (CD, Album, Reissue, Gatefold Cardboard Sleeve Replica)Get Back, Munster RecordsGET650Italy2007

Reviews

Buiooomega's profile picture
Buiooomega
Definitely the first MAG edition worth the price because the value of a vinyl is not only estimated by the quality of the sound but by the historical value, scarcity and by containing the original sound recorded by the band (there are many examples of this on this page). As we know, MAG was an independent Peruvian label and therefore its releases cannot be compared to those that come from a huge label in the USA or Europe. Lazarus and Get back releases could be other options but they have a sound obtained from digital sources with some issues.
stereo100's profile picture
stereo100
It doesn't have good sound, distorted and without clarity or distinction of the instruments. It isn't worth the price at which they are sold now.
Has anyone compared it to the new reissues? The description of those says that they haven't been remastered, but do they sound better?
ladominatrixdelritmo's profile picture
ladominatrixdelritmo
Edited 3 years ago
Several pressings from this era are not listed, like one with an all yellow label, and one with the orange blue green red label all on MAG. Anyone care to add these?