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Title: Strangers on a Train re-release?
Post by: ironcow2103 on Mon, 2006-05-15, 22:04:36
I know Clive occassionally hints at releasing Pt III of The Key, but does anyone know if Pts I & II will ever be re-released? Just found Pt I on Amazon.co.uk for just £45.15 (ouch!)
Title: Re: Strangers on a Train re-release?
Post by: JJ II on Wed, 2006-05-24, 16:04:27
As far as I know: they háve been re-released with a wonderful new cover.

But I assume these aren't available anymore?
Title: Re: Strangers on a Train re-release?
Post by: PH on Wed, 2006-05-24, 18:45:54
A trilogy package would be awesome.
Title: Re: Strangers on a Train re-release?
Post by: keyboardistmatt on Wed, 2006-05-24, 21:34:06
Just found Pt I on Amazon.co.uk for just £45.15 (ouch!)
That's a bit heavy! :-\
Title: Re: Strangers on a Train re-release?
Post by: Teunis on Tue, 2012-11-27, 19:17:01
The albums are available again, re-released on November 5th by Metal Mind Productions. More info on:

http://www.clivenolan.net/ (http://www.clivenolan.net/)

And you can now hear them on Progstreaming.com. Hurry, it's for a limited time ;):

Part 1: http://www.progstreaming.com/_wb/pages/play-album.php?activeAlbum=00265%20-%20Strangers%20On%20A%20Train%20-%20The%20Key%20Part%201,%20The%20Prophecy (http://www.progstreaming.com/_wb/pages/play-album.php?activeAlbum=00265%20-%20Strangers%20On%20A%20Train%20-%20The%20Key%20Part%201,%20The%20Prophecy)

Part 2: http://www.progstreaming.com/_wb/pages/play-album.php?activeAlbum=00266%20-%20Strangers%20On%20A%20Train%20-%20The%20Key%20Part%202,%20The%20Labyrinth (http://www.progstreaming.com/_wb/pages/play-album.php?activeAlbum=00266%20-%20Strangers%20On%20A%20Train%20-%20The%20Key%20Part%202,%20The%20Labyrinth)
Title: Re: Strangers on a Train re-release?
Post by: PH on Tue, 2012-11-27, 22:30:30
Great news!
I'm listening to Part 1 now.
It has Clive Nolan written all over it, although it's pretty stripped down Soft Prog. I expected it to be a bit more like Nolan & Wakeman perhaps...
Still, I want it! ;D