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Limited Edition Japanese pressing of this album comes housed in a miniature LP sleeve. 2008.

1. God Gave Rock & Roll to You
2. It's Only Money, Pt. 1
3. It's Only Money, Pt. 2
4. Losing Hold
5. Be Glad
6. Christmas for the Free
7. Candles on the River
8. Rosie
9. Hold Your Head Up [*]

Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 25, 2008)
  • Original Release Date: 2008
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Sony Japan
  • ASIN: B0018Q7HRE
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,079,493 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By BOB on July 11, 2008
Format: Audio CD
Sony Japan has just released the entire Argent Epic Records seven-disc catalog ("Counterpoints" was on a different label) in remastered, mini-LP sleeve format.

The 2008 Sony DSD-processed remastering trumps all previous releases, including the BGO, Edsel, Koch & Acadia-label CD's, not to mention the pathetic-sounding Collectables and Wounded Bird discs.

It is wonderful to finally have the primary Argent repertoire in dynamically-matched sound, as all the different releases (from the plethora of labels mentioned above) had varying audio levels, not to mention quality.

And, as always, the `sleeves themselves are fabulous, all being faithful replicas of the original gatefold LP record covers (except for "Nexus", which was a single-pocket LP design).

Unfortunately, however, Sony did not include two non-album tracks, "Kingdom", and "Closer To Heaven", which appeared on the "All Together Now" 2001-Koch & 2007-Acadia releases.

Curiously, though, Koch & Acadia also included as "bonus" tracks, songs that originally belonged to other Argent albums. These all appear in their proper place on the 2008 Japan releases.

Here are the links to the 2008 `sleeves:

Argent
Ring Of Hands
All Together Now
In Deep
...Read more ›
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Gavin Wilson on December 16, 2000
Format: Audio CD
The strongest tracks on this album are at the front, and all are Russ Ballard compositions: 'God gave Rock and Roll to you' and 'It's only money' parts 1 and 2. The latter two are surprisingly heavy! The first and third tracks were released as singles, at least in the UK.
1973 was just before the synthesizer became prevalent. But Rod Argent's organ sounds superb. If you come with say, Jon Lord's organ on Deep Purple In Rock, it's fascinating to hear what was possible on this instrument. And compare that with Hugh Banton's bass pedal work for Van Der Graaf. Given that there is no synth on this album, it's slightly surprising that not too long after this album, Rod Argent opened a keyboards/synths shop on London's Charing Cross Road, which was still there when I last looked.
But really the group should be called 'Ballard' rather than 'Argent'. Russ Ballard went on to write songs for more mainstream pop artists.
And the rhythm section of Messrs Henrit and Rodford put in a driving impetus behind all the great songs. Buy this album, and let the first three tracks surprise you!
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Format: Audio CD
Sony Japan has just released the entire Argent Epic Records seven-disc catalog ("Counterpoints" was on a different label) in remastered, mini-LP sleeve format.

The 2008 Sony DSD-processed remastering trumps all previous releases, including the BGO, Edsel, Koch & Acadia-label CD's, not to mention the pathetic-sounding Collectables and Wounded Bird discs.

It is wonderful to finally have the primary Argent repertoire in dynamically-matched sound, as all the different releases (from the plethora of labels mentioned above) had varying audio levels, not to mention quality.

And, as always, the `sleeves themselves are fabulous, all being faithful replicas of the original gatefold LP record covers (except for "Nexus", which was a single-pocket LP design).

Unfortunately, however, Sony did not include two non-album tracks, "Kingdom", and "Closer To Heaven", which appeared on the "All Together Now" 2001-Koch & 2007-Acadia releases.

Curiously, though, Koch & Acadia also included as "bonus" tracks, songs that originally belonged to other Argent albums. These all appear in their proper place on the 2008 Japan releases.

Here are the links to the 2008 `sleeves:

Argent
Ring Of Hands
All Together Now
In Deep
...Read more ›
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This is the 4th album by Argent, and a very good one that includes 8 songs, and the very first song brought you - God gave rock and roll to you- followed by the 2 part song written by Russ Ballard -it's only money 1 and 2 which are great jam session type songs with Argent's well rehearsed performances, and the vocals are phenomenal from Argent, and ballard and hold up on every song.

There have been no new printings for Argent as of yet, but there are a few copies floating around out there, my copy was priced low and plays great, if you really like hearing a tight band play difficult music parts and play them well with vocals capable of soaring then you might really like Argent.
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