Genre: Pop Rock
Size: 12"
Format: 33RPM,


Magnum Kingdom Of Madness 180g LP


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Limited Edition 180g Vinyl LP!
Only 300 Copies!

This item not eligible for any further discount offers!

Kingdom Of Madness is the debut studio album by the English rock band Magnum. It was recorded in 1976, and was released in 1978. Remastered in 2020 and released on limited edition 180g vinyl. Package features gatefold, trading cards, lost photos, lyric sheet and more.

The debut from this Birmingham, England band featured a flute-laced progressive rock sound similar to that of Jethro Tull. (The band's sound would later become more mainstream.) The songwriting ranges from imaginative, mythical tales on 'The Beginning' and the title song, to deeply philosophical tracks like 'Universe' and 'All That Is Right,' to downright senseless on the track 'Baby Rock Me,' which is perhaps the worst song the band has ever recorded. Despite this one track, it is a very good album, especially for a band's first effort.
-Jon Samuels, AllMusic


  • Limited Edition - 300 Copies
  • 180g Vinyl
  • Remastered in 2020
  • Gatefold jacket
  • Trading cards
  • Lost photos
  • Lyric sheet


Side One:

  1. In The Beginning
  2. Baby Rock Me
  3. Universe
  4. Kingdom Of Madness

Side Two:

  1. All That Is Real
  2. The Bringer
  3. Invasion
  4. Lords Of Chaos
  5. All Come Together

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