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9 thoughts on “ My Mind Aint So Open - Magazine - Scree (Rarities 1978-1981) (CD)

  1. Biography. Howard Devoto formed Magazine in Manchester shortly after he left Buzzcocks in early In April he met guitarist John McGeoch, then an art student, and they began writing songs, some of which would appear on the first Magazine album. [12] They then recruited Barry Adamson on bass, Bob Dickinson on keyboards and Martin Jackson (previously of The Freshies) on drums, to form.
  2. 1) My Mind Ain't So Open 2) Touch and Go 3) Goldfinger 4) Give Me Everything 5) I Love You You Big Dummy 6) Rhythm of Cruelty 7) TV Baby 8) Twenty Years Ago 9) The Book 10) Upside Down 11) The Light Pours Out of Me 12) Feed the Enmy (Live) 13) Twenty Years Age (Live) 14) Shot By Both Sides (Live) 15) In the Dark 16) The Operative.
  3. 'Scree' suffers the same fate of most rarities compilations in that it contains some incredible songs, and some of the band's weakest tracks. Magazine's early singles (especially 'My Mind Ain't So Open') are some of their best material. I find that I almost never play the second half of this CD, though/5(10).
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  5. My Mind Ain't So Open Lyrics: My mind / It ain't so open / That anything / Could crawl right in / The last place / To lose yourself / Is in the world / Where we all cling / Oh my lover / We are.
  6. Magazine uDiscover artist page featuring curated audio playlist streams, videos, photos, social feeds, album tracks & original artist biography.
  7. Magazine are an English post-punk band active from to , then reformed in "Shot by Both Sides" b/w "My Mind Ain't So Open" (VS, Scree – Rarities – () – Virgin Where The Power Is () – Virgin Maybe It's Right to Be Nervous Now () – Virgin.
  8. 10 My Mind Ain't So Open ( Digital Remaster) 11 Model Worker ( Digital Remaster) 12 Touch And Go ( Digital Remaster) 13 Twenty Years Ago ( Digital Remaster) 14 Goldfinger ( Digital Remaster) 15 The Book ( Digital Remaster) 16 Rhythm Of Cruelty (7'' Single Version) ( Digital Remaster) 17 Upside Down ( Digital.
  9. Scree: Rarities is a thorough assemblage of A-sides and B-sides that essentially can't be found on any of Magazine 's studio records. Even in the event of title duplication ("Rhythm of Cruelty," "The Light Pours Out of Me"), the disc offers alternative mixes. The strength of the disc isn't merely due to the excellence of non-album A-sides like "Touch and Go," "Give Me Everything," and "Upside Down"; .

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