Nyx74 wrote: Andreas89 wrote: Black Rider wrote: That's cool, i'll probably pick up Warrior on of those. I might skip "In His Majesty's Service" after all. Isn't that one a live album? If it is a live album of all new songs, then I'd scoop it up. I am betting it is just what they have recorded before, though. I will wait about Wherever You Are - Jerusalem (3) - Those Were The Days (CD) on to get it when they release. The more I think about this the more I am fully on board with getting all 6 albums.

I still have In Hie Majesty's Service on cassette which is a good album. I'm not into their first 2 albums, Volume 1 and 2 as much but I will get these anyway where there will be a limited run of a few hundred or a thousand and when they are all sold out you will see prices sky rocket on after market vendor Wherever You Are - Jerusalem (3) - Those Were The Days (CD) like ebay, especially if they are still sealed.

I hope some day they will do Bootleg by Rez Band. This is the only one that is misisng form my collection. I wish Jerusalem's latter albums were easier to find.

Prophet and She are somewhat common. RAD and Those were the days are harder to find hopefully they will reissue these 2 as well. I don't have any of Jerusalem's more recent albums released after In His Majesty's Service but i have been listening to them on youtube.

Over all their is the period of their music that I like the best. I think I will still pass. I was never a big fan of live albums anyway. For 4 songs, I just think it wouldn't be worth it. I will grab the other five, though. I wish they'd release these and Wherever You Are - Jerusalem (3) - Those Were The Days (CD) new reissue of Whiteray all at the same time.

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  1. So the idea came to record those songs now using the same band members of that time. So Ulf called Dan, Klas and Anders and asked if they wanted to come together for two records (there were about 40 songs all together). Everyone was excited about this. Listen to "Those were the Days" and "The Truth Has to Come", still very great songs.

  2. Those Were the Days, an Album by Jerusalem. Released in (catalog no. JMI-CD ; CD). Genres: CCM, Hard Rock. rym/5(10).

  3. Those Were The Days (Volume 3) Info: Ulf Christiansson: vocals, guitar | Anders Mossberg: bass | Klas Anderell: drums | Dan Tibell: keyboards | All songs by Ulf Christiansson, exept for "I’m still alive" ("Döden besegrad"), lyrics by Ulf Christiansson and music by Ulf Christiansson and Dan Tibell. | Songs written between

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  5. Mar 20,  · I wish Jerusalem's latter albums were easier to find. Prophet and She are somewhat common. RAD and Those were the days are harder to find (hopefully they will reissue these 2 as well). I don't have any of Jerusalem's more recent albums released after In His Majesty's Service but i have been listening to them on youtube.

  6. those were the days () 01 - those were the days 02 - must come first 03 - you're a liar 04 - traveling through the ages 05 - who's got the guts 06 - smile, smile, smile 07 - wherever you are 08 - the truth has to come 09 - superstar.

  7. This wonderful 5 CD collection by Ron & The Rude Boys can be purchased for £21 for Non-UK buyers and £19 for UK buyers. The price includes the songbook in Word format emailed to you. Please note we do not sell these CDs. If you have order fulfillment issues please email Mike Williams ([email protected]) the seller of the CDs. Three Jews.

  8. It’s good advice for wherever you travel, but more so in Jerusalem than maybe anywhere else in the world: Be mindful and respectful of others’ cultural traditions and religious beliefs. Day 1. Israel Museum. History Museums, Specialty Museums, Art Museums.

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