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Magnum Releasing "The Valley Of Tears - The Ballads"

Renowned not only for powerful rock songs but also for countless moving ballads, the British rock icons from Magnum are set to surprise fans with a very special release at the very beginning of the coming year.

"The Valley Of Tears - The Ballads" has been scheduled for release on January 6th, 2017 (US/Canada: January 20th, 2017), an album featuring ten of the band's most accomplished ballads, all of them re-mastered and in parts even newly re-recorded and remixed.

Guitarist, composer and producer Tony Clarkin comments: "The release of this album was originally inspired by my daughter. A few months ago she asked me: ´Magnum have so many beautiful quiet numbers, why don't you put together a compilation highlighting some of the most powerful tracks?` Olly Hahn of Steamhammer/SPV was immediately taken by the concept, so I set down to work on it."

The release will be supported by selected shows in the U.K. and Ireland during the run-up to Christmas and a German/Swiss trek where Tony Clarkin and Bob Catley join the "Rock Meets Classic" tour starting March 30th, 2017. Festivals for summer 2017 will also be announced shortly.

01. Dream About You (re-mastered)
02. Back in Your Arms Again (newly re-recorded)
03. The Valley of Tears (remixed, remastered)
04. Broken Wheel (newly re-recorded)
05. A Face in the Crowd (remixed, re-mastered)
06. Your Dreams Won't Die (re-mastered)
07. Lonely Night (acoustic version, newly re-recorded)
08. The Last Frontier (remixed, re-mastered)
09. Putting Things In Place (remixed, re-mastered)
10. When The World Comes Down (new live version)

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