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Thunder announce expanded reissues of The Magnificent Seventh, Robert Johnson’s Tombstone & Bang!, inc on vinyl for the first time – out 5th April on BMG 

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British rock icons Thunder have announced the final trio in their recent expanded reissue releases on BMG, featuring their three albums ‘The Magnificent Seventh’, ‘Robert Johnson’s Tombstone’ and ‘Bang!’.

This will be the first time the three albums have ever been available on vinyl, with the reissues all being available on 2LP and CD digipack; as well as all formats featuring rare, deleted and unreleased bonus tracks.

The band have today shared a lyric video for a previously unheard live version of ‘On The Radio’ from ‘Bang!’, recorded at Rock City in Nottingham in 2008.

Watch the video HERE

Back in the saddle after various side projects, 2005 saw Thunder return with their seventh studio album, ‘The Magnificent Seventh’, produced by lead guitarist and songwriter Luke Morley. The album featured tracks such as ‘The Gods Of Love’, ‘You Can’t Keep A Good Man Down’, and ‘I Love You More Than Rock N Roll’, which became their first Top 30 UK Singles Chart entry since 1997.

​’Robert Johnson’s Tombstone’ was conceived on a late night drive and its title track is inspired by the mysterious story of the blues musician Johnson. Released in 2006, a rootsy and bluesy sound is laced throughout standout tracks such as ‘The Devil Made Me Do It’, ‘Andy Warhol Said’ and ‘Last Man Standing’.

Released in 2008, ‘Bang!’ would be the last album released before Thunder’s second split, and their ongoing reformation a couple of years later, and a gap of seven years between albums until 2015’s ‘Wonder Days’. Recorded at Walton Castle in Somerset, the album features tracks such as ‘On The Radio’, ‘Carol Ann’, and ‘Stormwater’.

Pre-order the expanded reissues HERE

The Magnificent Seventh
Format: 2LP Colour
Cat No. BMGCAT857DLPX
Format: CD Digipak
Cat No. BMGCAT857CD

Robert Johnson’s Tombstone
Format: 2LP Colour
Cat No. BMGCAT858DLPX
Format: CD Digipak
Cat No. BMGCAT858CD

Bang!
Format: 2LP Colour
Cat No. BMGCAT856DLPX
Format: CD Digipak
Cat No. BMGCAT856CD

TRACKLISTINGS

The Magnificent Seventh

  1. I Love You More Than Rock ‘n’ Roll
  2. The Gods of Love
  3. Monkey See Monkey Do
  4. I’m Dreaming Again
  5. Amy’s on the Run
  6. The Pride
  7. Fade into the Sun
  8. Together or Apart
  9. You Can’t Keep a Good Man Down
  10. One Foot in the Grave
  11. One Fatal Kiss
  12. Amy’s on the Run (Live at Manchester Academy, 2012)*
  13. I’m Dreaming Again (Live at Shepherd’s Bush Empire, 2005)*
  14. Fade into the Sun (Live at Shepherd’s Bush Empire, 2005)*
  15. The Gods of Love (Live at Shepherd’s Bush Empire, 2005)*

Robert Johnson’s Tombstone

  1. Robert Johnson’s Tombstone
  2. Dirty Dream
  3. A Million Faces
  4. Don’t Wanna Talk About Love
  5. The Devil Made Me Do It
  6. Last Man Standing
  7. My Darkest Hour
  8. Andy Warhol Said
  9. What a Beautiful Day
  10. It’s All About You
  11. Stubborn Kinda Love
  12. Don’t Worry About Forever*
  13. I’m in Heaven*
  14. It’s All About You (Live at Rock City Nottingham, 2006)*
  15. Dirty Dream (Live at Glasgow Academy, 2006)*

Bang!

  1. On the Radio
  2. Stormwater
  3. Carol Ann
  4. Retribution
  5. Candy Man
  6. Have Mercy
  7. Watching Over You
  8. Miracle Man
  9. Turn Left at California
  10. Love Sucks
  11. One Bullet
  12. Honey
  13. On the Radio (Live at Rock City Nottingham, 2008)*
  14. Delilah (Live at Rock City Nottingham, 2007)*
  15. See My Baby Walking*
  16. I Believe (Missionary Position Version)*

(* – Bonus Track)

PRE-ORDER HERE

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