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Magazine - Real Life - Full LP

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Magazine - Real Life - Full LP Tracks: 01 - Definitive Gaze 00:00 02 - My Tulpa 04:28 03 - Shot By Both Sides 09:20 04 - Recoil 13:25 05 - Burst 16:17 06 - Motorcade 21:19 07 - The Great Beautician In The Sky 27:04 08 - The Light Pours Out Of Me 32:05 09 - Parade 36:42 I Do Not Own The Music Or Images In This Video
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Gordon Raphael (17 hours ago)
all great here!!!
Andromeda Galaxy (5 days ago)
Yes this is awesome
Michael Jozwiak (5 days ago)
Sounds like the song “Parade” influenced The Legendary Pink Dots.
Gary Lucas (10 days ago)
40 years on and this is still probably my favourite album. Saw them quite a few times in Manchester in the '70s, it was a great time to be Mancunian. An era that in many ways died with Ian Curtis.
gil wood (10 days ago)
CHIT ! These brings back memories !
David Simon (17 days ago)
Devoto is the finest poet of our age, he'd have been Raskolnikov but mother nature ripped him off!
David Ellis (1 month ago)
Richard Branson had a good ear. He found the most progressive punk band. Impressive. John Foxx era Ultravox almost as good prog punk.
Diego Cordeiro (1 month ago)
Excellent Band. Thank's man.
Talorc MacAllan (1 month ago)
On my birthday too.....epic!
Paula Mann (1 month ago)
so this is real life. monetized channel
AxelJPOG (1 month ago)
Post-punk > Punk
Adam Dixon (1 month ago)
https://youtu.be/DcIOTRDswF8 Long live CRASS they said it right with this song :_ Yes that's right, punk is dead It's just another cheap product for the consumers head Bubblegum rock on plastic transistors Schoolboy sedition backed by big time promoters CBS promote the Clash Ain't for revolution, it's just for cash Punk became a fashion just like hippy used to be Ain't got a thing to do with your or me Movements are systems and systems kill Movements are expressions of the public will Punk became a movement cos we all felt lost Leaders sold out and now we all pay the cost Punk narcissism was a social napalm Steve Jones started doing real harm Preaching revolution, anarchy and change Sucked from the system that had given him his name Well I'm tired of staring through shit stained glass Tired of staring up a superstars arse I've got an arse and crap and a name I'm just waiting for my fifteen minutes fame Steven Jones, you're napalm If you're so pretty vacant, why do you smarm? Patti Smith, you're napalm, you write with your hand But it's Rimbaud's arm And me, yes, I, do I want to burn? Is there something I can learn? Do I need a business man to promote my angle Can I resist the carrots that fame and fortune dangle I see the velvet zippies in their bondage gear The social elite with safetypins in their ear I watch and understand that it don't mean a thing The scorpions might attack, but the systems stole the sting PUNK IS DEAD. PUNK IS DEAD. PUNK IS DEAD
shannon townsend (2 months ago)
Can't believe I bought an album by this group, and returned it for being too bland 25 years ago. My mistakes!
MadMartell (2 months ago)
The greatest influence of my youth and my old age. Masterpiece
Stuart Gardner (3 months ago)
This album doesn't get the respect it deserves. Every song on the album is solid and that happens rarely in my opinion...
Stephen Charles (4 months ago)
Fucking brilliant!
Cynthia McKee (4 months ago)
i got tons of magazines. dont have this one!!!?!! oh of course i do hi manchester
BicycleRepairMan (4 months ago)
Wow, heard that for the first time today - sounds like the Buzzcocks, Genesis, and Blondie got stuck in an elevator with all their equipment for a night - and out comes something truely awesome ...
Pete Alien (4 months ago)
S furrie animals ripped you off
JONATHAN SUTCLIFFE (5 months ago)
DEVOTO'S EGO AND THE CRUX OF DAMAGED CHURCHES COUPLED WITH THE YOUNG ONES COMEDY SHOW AND RUSSIAN LIT CRITS MAKES FOR A MAN WHO LEAVES BEFORE IT'S BEGUN. YES?
Nigel Bagley (5 months ago)
definitive gaze blew me away in 78. still does.
Nigel Bagley (5 months ago)
classic stuff.
David Ellis (1 month ago)
As is XTC . Label mates at Virgin.
Melvyn Gingell (5 months ago)
Magazine were just awesome !!
sheeweenbaby (6 months ago)
You Never Knew Me Live from Manchester 2009 https://youtu.be/-YmziqU1Ipc
sheeweenbaby (6 months ago)
Brilliant song, see it live here https://youtu.be/-YmziqU1Ipc
Branny123100 (6 months ago)
Shot by both sides always gonna be a top tune for me personally
jim schaidt (6 months ago)
this stuff is quite good in'nt?
Robert James (6 months ago)
This is the shit right here.
Elocuencia Enigmatica C (6 months ago)
De los mejores albums que llevo encontrando estos dìas, pienso que son de mis favoritos ahora mismo en post punk
Tony Goldsby (6 months ago)
I was lucky enough to see Magazine at the Odeon in Birmingham in 78 as a 17 year old, when they still had live bands on stage at what is now a cinema. I saw and was lucky enough to meet Magazine, Blondie and The Jam the same year at the same venue, but I always remember Magazine, they were different and John McGeoch was a special guitarist, he went on to play with Siouxsie and the Banshees and Public Image, but all the band were brilliant musicians and influenced a lot of bands including Siouxsie & The Banshies, The Stranglers, The Smiths, Oasis, etc. Howard Devoto was one of the founders of Punk with the Buzzcocks. 2 albums you must listen to before you die, Real Life and Secondhand Daylight, put them on your bucket list...
Franco Quaratesi (1 month ago)
Real Life and Secondhand Daylight : check
Mogshade (6 months ago)
It may be a good idea to include the date in the info. Not a lot of people viewing this first will know its 78. Unless they grew up with this as I did or you're a music buff 😊 Kind regards x 😊
Erline Andrews (6 months ago)
This album is amazing. It's creative and innovative but in a way that seems effortless and not like they're trying to be artsy.
zotta1 (7 months ago)
We used to go on surf trips up the coast and my mate would stick on his music. I liked most of it except his dreaded Magazine cassette tape. And here it is - just as bad as ever.
Mike Corn (4 months ago)
'If you have nothing nice to say then f**k off.' That's quite amusing actually. I might use that next time I'm teaching the kids about irony. A desert island with some great surf and sunshine would be awesome. I would even go there if part of the deal was I had to listen to the album once a day although it would spoil the vibes. Have a good one Deane.
Deane Vincent (4 months ago)
If you have nothing nice to say then fuck off. I hope you get stuck on a desert island with just this album
Mike Corn (4 months ago)
I just stumbled upon it here on Youtube so I thought I would give it another go. But alas it still grates on me.
Warrogue1 (4 months ago)
Why are you listening to it then?
Melvyn Gingell (7 months ago)
Too Good for their era ! Way ahead of their time !
Anders Vretenäs (7 months ago)
One of the best albums ever, together with Unknown Pleasures, what you might say defined the mancunian scene in the late seventies.
Steve E (7 months ago)
Pete Shelly eat your heart out ? Still luv the Buzzcocks.
Chris Williams (7 months ago)
As howard started with the buzzcocks he should have been far more well known than he is now. This and the 2nd magazine album are very great... was lucky enough to see them on the urrgh tour in '80... still have the tshirt....
Dee Witched (7 months ago)
Surely one of the best albums ever!! Still sounds fresh now listening in 2018 - go Howard Devoto, amazing front man.
marko anić (8 months ago)
Television-Magazine-XTC-Wire-Simple minds(1979-1982). But kids listening JOY DIVISION.
Robert Harry (8 months ago)
ART
prizzzma (8 months ago)
Call me stupid but the first time i heard this album (2003) my first thought was megaman haha, at least the first song, anyway, amazing album, great band (excuse my poor english)
David Frankel (9 months ago)
Devoto- the Moses who took us out of the punk wilderness..
john vine (9 months ago)
Is punk, not post punk
AxelJPOG (1 month ago)
It's post-punk fuck off
Fernando Kosovel (10 months ago)
this lads were "post-punk" even while punk was still going on. Oh ,to hell with etiquettes ,this is music, and one of the few albums that really blow my mind.Bought in early 80's,can't believe what i was hearing ,and what happen in my imagination.Thanks Magazine
hose armando (10 months ago)
Αριστουργημα
stefano tracanelli (10 months ago)
One very good band, with some prog elements in its music.
Dave Rave (10 months ago)
Lots of Be Bop Deluxe riffs & solos on this album, but still gtreat!
Roger Bennett (1 year ago)
Just started listening to this after 2nd hand this had the bigger impact on me back then and I think I still prefer it. It feels less contrived, that's not to say 2nd hand isn't a great album.
Mark Smith-Bingham (1 year ago)
Superlative in its day - pretty damn good even today
spartacusvikinga (1 year ago)
Brilliant
BandomBeviews (1 year ago)
Oddly enough, with 4 people sharing one itunes library, the first 2 songs of this album are the most played, with about 900 plays each.
Craig Beasley (1 year ago)
I like you! Your're this wonderful person I could love at all times ahead!
Graeme McAllan (1 year ago)
This used to be My Tulpa before I met my Wife, then it became Our Tulpa (still is) ;)
Alan Bean (1 year ago)
I was Shot by Both Sides
Melvyn Gingell (5 months ago)
You obviously lived ? Unless you're a ghost !
Bakiyochi84 (7 months ago)
are u me
Dante Phoenix (1 year ago)
Johnny Marr just turned me onto this... as if he hasn't done enough for me already.
Warrogue1 (4 months ago)
Johnny Marr and John McGeoch are both on my short list of favorite guitarists.
Arthur Kelly (1 year ago)
Phenomenal. Great bass by Adamson.
col manchester (1 year ago)
My second favorite Manchester band after Joy Division,first album of theirs played to me was Play live by my old pal Dermo of Northside. I never stopped collecting there albums and singles since and that was 40 yrs ago now Adamson Bass, Mcgeoch Guitar, Formula keyboards and they were also the backing group to Visage, the Drummer on this album who later was in swing out sister youst to go to my barbers on Tibb street in Manchester ;)
Paul Andrews (6 months ago)
joy division are from maccles field. so they are your favourite band for Manchester
Geovane Oliveira (1 year ago)
Foda!
Bryan Pólito (1 year ago)
que progresivo
Johnny Pissoff (1 year ago)
The Light Pours Out Of Me is one of the best songs from the last century.
David Ellis (1 month ago)
The live version on play is phenomenal .
Yocinda Lemonhead (1 year ago)
i own this LP ...I thought it was their BEST !
Amazing band. DeVoto, Barry Aadamson, John McGeogh, just top talent and unlike anything else anyone else was doing at the time.
stonesforlife (1 year ago)
There were so many bands trying to sound like Eno back then!
toxicat (1 year ago)
An exciting time for sure with bands like this, as well as XTC, PIL, etc. Like a breath of much needed fresh air....
Tim Gingell (1 year ago)
There's something off about the quality
Craig Beasley (1 year ago)
Most assured post punk single, and the thrust is amazing! Gimme, gimmie some good times around about 1978.
Craig Beasley (1 year ago)
Oh, that's right Lou Reed had that Hassle!
Jan1031 (1 year ago)
WOW. Really regret that I can't give this two thumbs up. Outstanding musicianship and unique, memorable tunes. I'll be listening to a lot more in the post-punk genre in the future.
Truddy Matt (18 days ago)
+Ian Ruhi Parejo I'm listening to the sound right now and I'm liking it. do you have anyone else you would recommend?
Ian Ruhi Parejo (3 months ago)
Then try the chameleons or the sound
Michael Cholewa (1 year ago)
Has lost none of its magic
james woody (1 year ago)
Gives me fucking goosebumps from my late teenage years! I LOVE THIS ALBUM!!!
Sophia Lenore (1 year ago)
Great video – thank you for sharing!
Judy S (1 year ago)
what a voice and my teenage years in 42 mins
marco robertini (2 years ago)
Holy Spirit likes it
Tacotac64 (2 years ago)
167 "likes" : that's what they call "the happy few" !
Michel Salazar (2 years ago)
I'm addicted to "My Tulpa"
Muzza (2 years ago)
I didn't know that progressive punk existed, this album is excellent
Turf Moor (2 months ago)
+asonantica existe pero no todos llegaron a materializarlo fue para unos cuantos
AxelJPOG (3 months ago)
It's called post-punk
BRETT WHITE (5 months ago)
Progressive punk is a total oxymoron; however though I love melodic death metal so I really can't judge lol
Voivod (6 months ago)
It's actually called post-punk
asonantica (6 months ago)
No existe algo como el punk progresivo.
GlueGuitar (2 years ago)
One of my 10 desert island albums.
Lorenzo Bini (2 months ago)
Funhouse - The Stooges In The Land of Grey and Pink - Caravan Hot Rats - Frank Zappa Safe as Milk - Captain Beefheart Atom Earth Mother - Pink Floyd Paranoid - Black Sabbath Unknown Pleasures - Joy Division Third - Soft Macchine L.A. Woman - The Doors
Ryan McBride (7 months ago)
I love questions like this!!
Renegade Soundsurfer (11 months ago)
We're the next day now (even if it's only by ten minutes) and already I'd like to swap one of the albums for Peggy Suicide by Julian Cope, but it's impossible to decide which one. And somehow I have to include Pixies - Trompe le Monde, Tricky - Maxinquaye, Iggy Pop - The Idiot, Sly and the Family Stone - There's a Riot Goin' On, Pulp - We Love Life, Throbbing Gristle - 24 Jazz Funk Greats, My Bloody Valentine - Loveless, Daft Punk - Homework and Perverted - Dance Music for Dying Soldiers too!
Renegade Soundsurfer (11 months ago)
My desert island list for today (obviously, it'll be a different one every day, so it's not necessarily gonna include Magazine every time ): This Heat - This Heat (the Blue and Yellow) Neu! - Neu! (1971) Wobble / Czukay / Liebezeit - Full Circle Velvet Underground - White Light, White Heat PJ Harvey - Rid of Me Thurston Moore - Trees Outside the Academy Madensuyu - In Fields Between 24 Carat Black - Gone: the Promises of Yesterday Miles Davis - Bitches Brew
Piwnica Fritzla (1 year ago)
Wire - 154 Young Marble Giants - Collosal Youth The Jesus and Mary Chain - Psychocandy The Sound - Jeopardy Nico - Drama of Exile The Raincoats - Odyshape Elvis Costello - This Year's Model Cocteau Twins - Treasure Dead Can Dance - Aion
youiti2nz (2 years ago)
Certain that this album will want to listen to Turn aroun da このアルバムも聴き回したくなることあるん   だ
Stylom Sdn Bhd (2 years ago)
I could not believe this album when I heard it in 1978. Fantastic musicians, original and groundbreaking, however the lack of commercial success deprived them of a greater legacy. They deserved better but can claim to have been influential, and had a strong cult following. I was privileged to see them live and was blown away by their performance. Awesome band, awesome album. Still sounds incredible.
Beefheart1 (3 months ago)
Serial Killa I imagine, in part, the lack of commercial success in comparison to the other bands you mentioned, was a question of image: Adam Ant was pretty and had a distinctive look. The Cure, from Pornography on, a similarly strong image. Ian Curtis's demise was almost garaunteed to appeal to the teenage maudlin of the Western World. Etc, Magazine didn't have a strong visual image. Howard Devoto in particular with his receding hairline and Pee Wee Herman looks was never going to appeal en masse to teenagers looking for the next hip look. Secondly, Magazine's music could almost be considered a bit (dare we say) "Proggy"; certainly when held in comparison to the minimalism of Joy Division and melodicism of Adam Ant (for instance). Finally, lyrically, Devoto was a bit oblique: Dostoyevsky, Camus and Ballardian existentialism aren't the usual concerns bothering the top ten after all. Put like this, I think it more surprising that the band had any popular audience at all never mind commercial success!
Serial Killa (5 months ago)
Martin Harrison - The thing is bands, unfortunately, need a certain amount of commercial success to thrive and continue. At the end of the day it is still a job and the musicians need to make money from their job. Why they didn't receive that commercial success is the question. Whilst bands like Joy Division, The Smiths, U2, The Cure, The Banshees, Adam Ant etc who were all working the same kind of circuit and scene, and even the same producer, around the same time, all went onto critical acclaim and worldwide success whilst Magazine who were arguably more talented than some of those bands were more of a footnote in the post-punk scriptures and seemed to have more success years later after they had split. I don't think it has anything to do with Devoto wanting to 'keep it real' or not wanting to 'sell out' (if you want to call it that, I hate the term personally) as he quite obviously did want success and lots of it, it just never seemed to happen. Its a mystery. What I am pleased about is that we still have all this amazing music to listen to, any time we want. Which for me is pretty much every day and has been for years now! 😊
Ric Snead (6 months ago)
Awesome players.
Julio Bayón Torres (8 months ago)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EdPQHBG0opw
Mick Flod (2 years ago)
I was supposed to pull
eric simon (2 years ago)
- On some occasions Devoto's voice reminds me of Colin Newman (Burst)
carl campbell (1 year ago)
eric simon on some occasions it reminds me of Colin Welland
Just THE PERFECTION !!! (my "Bible" with a certain "London Calling") ... Many thanks, Webby62 ...
nicholas peter gagg (2 years ago)
fantastic arrangements and groundbreaking music and being a guitarist, inspirational guitar playing
georgeharrison70 (2 years ago)
Post-punk is the best, isn't it?
Tomás Orellana (8 days ago)
Yep. Indeed post punk was the real punk.
Dick Mëister (26 days ago)
no
Crazy Kidd (1 month ago)
First album by MAGAZINE REAL LIFE ITS THE DOGS BOLLOCKS
Postpunk 1982 (1 month ago)
It is indeed!
David Simon (2 months ago)
Looking back on it...got this birds-eye view
Linda Landeiro (3 years ago)
Wonderful album bough it when it was release and still enjoying it as at the first time
Nick Christian (3 years ago)
This album thrilled me in 1978 - it still does.
Craig Beasley (1 year ago)
When post punk finally found a way of expression, not really any genres to speak of were even being considered by a person. This time frame I would call the "punk" era...'post'. Then, out of the world works groups popped up about this and that! ...And all of these sublets of music. Take 1981, ESG had the groove, Siouxsie had the mystical, PiL went percussive, Gang of 4 went ...Poverty, Raincoats went organic, Young Marble Giants were signing to Rough Trade [that's a feast] of guitars! It's only a sample of just one short era of time. Loving you is the best adventure I've ever had the pleasure to explore.
Robert Shields (2 years ago)
+Nick Christian I first heard this album in 2012 and it gave me some nostalgia as well! :)
Markko 03 (3 years ago)
Love this album. Remember playing it while skiving from school! A long time ago now!
Eric Rhodes (3 years ago)
Love this record. Thanks for uploading. This was a pioneering New Wave masterpiece! The second album was also good but didn't quite live up to this brilliant debut. My fangasm is over now. :)
S R DHAIN (4 years ago)
6 amazing songs on this classic album, and three good to okay ones. I need to find my cd version asap.

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