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Customer Reviews

Magazine - New Edition

They've picked up right where they left off...enlightened & disturbing lyrics delivered as almost a challenge to your senses. Musically shifting between the dissonant and harmonious, guitars and keyboards as crucial as ever. Hope this isn't a one-off. Devoto, Formula, Noko and crew deliver the goods.

More Luxuria, Less Magazine

Sounds more like a third Luxuria record than a fifth Magazine record. Maybe it will take some getting used to and I'll love it, but so far I'm not feeling it. The lack of Barry Adamson, ugly artwork. It's hard to compete with the previous Magazine releases. I'm the person who loves Magic Murder and the Weather. No Thyself, really sounds like Beast Box, and that was never my favourite. Maybe if I had the Vinyl of it and wasn't trying to judge it from listening to downloads on a laptop. The busy and cluttered production style doesn't lend itself well to this. Most magazine recordings/ productions left some space, or were sparse enough to create an ambience. This one doesn't do that.

Biography

Formed: 1977 in Manchester, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '10s

After leaving the Buzzcocks in 1977, vocalist Howard Devoto formed Magazine with guitarist John McGeoch, bassist Barry Adamson, keyboardist Bob Dickinson, and drummer Martin Jackson. One of the first post-punk bands, Magazine kept the edgy, nervous energy of punk and added elements of art rock, particularly with their theatrical live shows and shards of keyboards. Devoto's lyrics were combinations of social...
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