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3.15 | 4 ratings | 1 reviews | 25% 5 stars

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Boxset/Compilation, released in 2002

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Seasons (4:07)
2. Hazy paradise (3:46)
3. Ruby is the one (3:26)
4. Wild and exciting (4:03)
5. Song of the marching children (single versie) (4:08)
6. Invitation (3:50)
7. Storm and thunder (4:50)
8. Memories (3:20)
9. From the end till the beginning (4:54)
10. Maybe tomorrow, maybe tonight (3:12)
11. Love of life (3:00)
12. Only time will tell (3:41)
13. Fun (3:39)
14. Thanks for the love (3:40)
15. What difference does it make (3:08)
16. 7,8th avenue (3:02)
17. Weekend (3:33)

Total Time: 73:09

Line-up / Musicians

- Jerney Kaagman / lead vocals
- Ton van de Kleij / drums, percussion
- Chris Koerts / guitars, backing vocals
- Gerard Koerts / keyboards, guitar, Mellotron, backing vocals
- Hans Ziech / bass

Releases information

CD Polydor/Universal 589 212

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EARTH AND FIRE The Universal Masters Collection ratings distribution

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(25%)
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3 stars Yet another Earth & Fire compilation arbitrarily ignoring everything the band did after 1977 (although in fairness, those later records were eminently worth ignoring). The last three tracks are disposable bubblegum pop, indicating that the rot had already set in, but the rest is worth hearing (a ... (read more)

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