Malice in Wonderland [VINYL] Limited Edition
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Best tracks the 80's Quo like 'Holiday' a perfect album opener,the knife in the heart ballad 'Hearts Grown Cold',believe me if you've ever split from a loved one,those lyrics hurt,right to the bone,finally the class of the acoustic led 'Fallen Angel'
The rest well Baxters production tends to remove the rough edges of the likes of 'Turning a New Leaf/Showdown at the Border' and 'Ship of Dreams',making the sound not unlike latter day Doobie Brothers material,stick with it you'll love them.
The remaing tracks well not that great the likes of 'Big Boy' and 'Fast Cars' not really that impressive. Previously i would have given a 3 star rating but this Remaster has superior sound,superb Digi Pak packaging and decent booklet and most importantly 7 bonus live tracks including superb renditions of 'I want to do Everything For You'/Beggars Day/Expect No Mercy & Broken Down Angel.The live tracks are from Hammersmith 1980,the same source that provided the 4 track live ep from 1980 which adorned the previous 30th anniversary edition of this disc.So 4 stars for this edition
Nazareth: possibly the most unsung British rock band of the golden 70s-80s era.
The album opens up with Holiday; not a full on rocker that usually opened up a Nazareth album, but in fact a very well crafted storytelling song with an incredibly catchy tune, memorable chourus and superb backing vocals that made the song a hugh favourite amongst Nazareth fans and a definate in their live set for many years. The rest of the tracks would find it hard to live up to such a good song, but tracks such as Talkin' To One Of The Boys and Talkin' 'Bout Love run it quite close with their unusual sound and catchy lyrics. Heart's Grown Cold and Fallen Angel are ballads with a anguished feel; you can almost feel the pain and suffering that the songs project coming through the speakers. Both of these songs became favourites to play live as well. The rest of the tracks have a sound to them that would definately play better across the Atlantic, although if you are a fan of groups such as Journey then you could add a star to the album rating.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Probably the best album Nazareth did, for certain it is the most underrated.Published 7 months ago by DaydreamDebbie
I bought this album back in 1980 when it was first released.And it is great to hear it again.
Being a Nazareth fan I liked their hard rock sound. Read more
I absolutely love my new 'Malice in Wonderland' CD, Nazareth are truly an amazing band! It was brilliant to hear this album again and also to listen to the 'live' tracks. :)Published on 7 Mar. 2014 by A. C. Innes
Were the previous reviews written by the band? Have to say that this album is poor, and a couple of tracks terrible. Read morePublished on 2 Mar. 2013 by Justintime