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Gillan - Magic (Vinil Rip) (1982)

13-09-2015, 08:47

Gillan - Magic (Vinil Rip) (1982)

Artist: Gillan
Title Of Album: Magic
Year Of Release: 1982
Label: Virgin
Genre: Hard Rock
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 00:38:41
Total Size: 104 Mb


01 - What's The Matter
02 - Bluesy Blue Sea
03 - Caught In A Trap
04 - Long Gone
05 - Driving Me Wild
06 - Demon Driver
07 - Living A Lie
08 - You're So Right
09 - Living For The City
10 - Demon Driver - Reprise

The final release of original material from Ian Gillan's second project to bare his name, Gillan's Magic was originally issued in 1982 by Virgin Records. The label also reissued the disc in 1988 with seven extra tracks, including covers and B-sides. As the group was winding down, their sound was softened a bit on Magic. The LP was generally accepted by Gillan's staunch U.K. following; however, it failed to achieve the chart success of Glory Road. After opening with two incredible hard-rockers -- "What's the Matter" and "Bluesy Blue Sea" -- Magic loses its edge. Moderated cuts like "Driving Me Wild" and "You're So Right" have potential, but stall during unimaginative choruses. There are even a few straight keyboard pop moments on the inexplicable "Long Gone" that couldn't have pleased older fans. This song in particular flirts with new wave, a heretic move from a co-creator of "Smoke on the Water." The first single issued from Magic, Stevie Wonder's "Living for the City" is a spectacular flop. That, along with the bonus cover material ("Helter Skelter" and "Smokestack Lightning"), prove that Gillan's powerful but quirky scream is exclusively suited for the classically influenced but catchy hard rock that made Deep Purple a platinum success.



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