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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