Serious Black - Magic 8/25...

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Serious Black - Magic 8/25...

Postby Hearing Aid Man » Mon Jun 12, 2017 3:15 pm

Interesting box set coming out for this one.

- Ltd. Digipak (The limited 2-CD Digipak contains the bonus CD "Live in Atlanta".)
- exclusive acoustic CD "First Light" - only available in this boxset
- witchboard with planchette (exclusive design)
- 22 tarot cards (exclusive design)
- Listener's companion written by Urban Breed
- certificate of authenticity

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Nos
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Re: Serious Black - Magic 8/25...

Postby Nos » Tue Jun 13, 2017 8:40 am

I loved the last album, but is anyone else concerned by how quickly this is coming out?

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Re: Serious Black - Magic 8/25...

Postby Sir Exar Kun » Tue Jun 13, 2017 9:26 am

I loved the last album, but is anyone else concerned by how quickly this is coming out?


Little bit, yes..... Both albums have been good so far, but I don't think they have achieved their potential yet.
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Re: Serious Black - Magic 8/25...

Postby Hearing Aid Man » Tue Jul 18, 2017 10:05 pm


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Re: Serious Black - Magic 8/25...

Postby Nos » Wed Jul 19, 2017 8:41 am

The new song is ok, but not great. I thought the singles were the worst tracks on the last album, so I'm not writing it off yet.

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Re: Serious Black - Magic 8/25...

Postby Manuel Cedeno » Fri Jul 21, 2017 10:12 pm

This may be a bit off topic but listening to this song I can't help but notice how much Urban Breed's sound has changed since the early days. I'm probably alone in the universe with this one, but I think that Urban Breed's best performance was Tad Morose's A Mended Rhyme album. He has never sounded the same after that. His subsequent releases with Tad Morose are highly regarded and for good reason but in those albums the band adapted to him, in A Mended Rhyme it was the other way around; he was outside of his comfort zone with that Prog, and it just worked for me. Yes, the album has some lows but when it shines it's classic.

Now I'm in the mood for some early Tad Morose (1993-1997). Man those atmospheric keyboards on top of that mid tempo crunch is some good stuff.....and there I go off topic again.


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