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In 1996, after a 30 year hiatus as a quartet, the original Monkees' Davy Jones, Michael Nesmith, Micky Dolenz and Peter Tork went back to the studio and recorded what would ultimately be their final studio project, the Justus album. The remastered CD includes a bonus DVD featuring backstage antics and interviews intermingled with clips from The Monkees classic television show plus music videos from the album of "Regional Girl," "Oh, What A Night," "Admiral Mike," "Run Away From Life," "You And I" and "Circle Sky."

1. Circle Sky
2. Never Enough
3. Oh, What A Night
4. You And I
5. Unlucky Stars
6. Admiral Mike
7. Dyin' Of A Broken Heart
8. Regional Girl
9. Run Away From Life
10. I Believe You
11. It's My Life
12. It's Not Too Late

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  • Audio CD (May 28, 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Limited Edition
  • Label: Friday Music
  • ASIN: B00C3JUGSM
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (77 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,973 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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The Monkees (Michael Nesmith, Davy Jones, Micky Dolenz and Peter Tork) were pulled together in order to star in a successful comedy television show first aired on NBC in 1966.

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This album is their worst album.
David J. Glover
More surprising- I found when I read the credits at the end- I really was starting to like not just top 40's that I remembered- I really liked 'their songs'.
MF Regan
YOU AND I is a highlight written by dolenz and jones a great song about friendship micky and peter sang this a the davy jones memorial show,very touching.
David Insinga

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43 of 43 people found the following review helpful By MF Regan on October 28, 2004
Format: Audio CD
I became interested in their work when I rediscovered the show back in the 70's. Much to my surprise, the show had an edge and was more than the kids show I remembered as a child. More surprising- I found when I read the credits at the end- I really was starting to like not just top 40's that I remembered- I really liked 'their songs'. The work, the growth and the talent blew me away. 2 decades have passed and a great comeback. A lot of other people have gone to the concerts, rewatched the tv show and bought the catalogue (that thankfully is now available).

This 30th Anniversary CD, which I bought in 1997 and still listen to, caught me the same way it caught some others. I was expecting- if all 4 joined in (and with Mike being in the fold ), a very country rock flavoured lp.

Instead, they did something very left field, creative and aggressive. Judging from some of the professional and the fan reviews- that surprised many in a good way and not in a good way.

Their problem has always remained the same- there is 'The Monkees'- the tv group- and then there's Dolenz/ Nesmith/Tork & Jones. The Monkees telemusic is well crafted music by craftsmen/women and performed 'by them' and session players combined.

Mike, Mickey, David and Peter's stuff was (and obviously still is from the sounds on this album), heavier, gifted and reaching for the more mature in their fanbase. Headquarters- their third and only self contained album was/remains a testament to that truth.

The Monkees in the end always face the same problem that haunted the Beatles (although they were allowed to break out of it): there are always factions of fandom that want you to play certain periods.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Robert Buehner on July 27, 2003
Format: Audio CD
I bought this excepting to be very turn off by it, and thinking well I know it's not going to be their best. Boy, was I ever wrong, it was well, well worth buying! Every song is a masterpiece in itself. The remake of Circle Sky, is a welcomed start to a fantasic album. Everything shines forth from these very talented beings. Never Enough is a absolute highlight for Micky, not to mention his other hits, Unlucky Stars, Dyin' of a Broken Heart, Regional Girl and my favorite in this collection of wonderful creations, It's My Life (which is very autobiographical for everyone if you really think about it). Davy really has awesome writting skills as proved by You and I (written with Dolenz), Oh, What a Night, and It's Not too Late. All great songs of his and can now join the ranks of the Poster, Hard to Beileve, Dream World, You and I ("Instant Replay" song), If I Knew, War Games and I'll Love You Forever. Admiral Mike is simply another awesome Nez song and has a message this time. Peter finally has some tunes on a Monkees album again,( he hadn't had any of his songs on "The Birds, Bees",.... or "Pisces, Aquarius"...., or the last three ("Instant Replay", "The Monkees Present", or "Changes")). Great songs they are too, Run Away From Life and I Believe You. Every song is skillfully crafted and whats more they're all written by a Monkee(s). The Monkees played every single cotton pickin' note on this album and produced the entire record themselves. What can I say, except not bad for a group that's not only 30 years older then me but also is still popular. Great work Nez, Mick, Pete, and Davy. Only one thing, Mike could have written and sang more. Sorry, everyone says that guys and I felt obligated to, so don't get mad.Read more ›
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 21, 2001
Format: Audio CD
In the summer of 1996, Micky Dolenz, Davy Jones and Peter Tork hit the concert tour circuit to try and recreate the enormous success awarded to them ten years earlier, when the United States fell in love with the Monkees for the second time, as they celebrated their 20th anniversary with one of the biggest arena tours of that year. Though their '96 concerts proved popular, they were unable to reach the level they had ten years before. MTV was no longer pushing the band onto its viewers as it had done in 1986. The music industry and radio had changed dramatically, and it seemed almost impossible that they would be able to obtain another Top 20 hit, as they had done in 1986 with "That Was Then, This Is Now."
With the odds stacked against them, the Monkees pushed forward, and recorded their first full album as a foursome since 1968. Michael Nesmith, who sat out the 1980s reunion, decided to rejoin his bandmates this time around, and acted as the overall producer of the JUSTUS album. While the trio toured the United States pushing the upcoming album, Nesmith chose to stay at home and mix and edit the songs.
JUSTUS is not "MORE OF THE MONKEES." If you are looking for the sweet pop of "I'm A Believer" or "The Girl I Knew Somewhere," you will not find it in this album. The Monkees are thirty years older, and they sound it. The lyrics take on a much more mature tone, as Dolenz sings about divorce and lost love in "Never Enough" and "Dyin' of a Broken Heart." Nesmith contributes the angry "Admiral Mike" (with a growling Dolenz on lead vocals), the Monkees' follow up to Don Henley's "Dirty Laundry" for its attack on the behavior of the mainstream media.
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what's so deluxe about this?
the 2nd disc is a dvd of the making of the album and backstage antics and some music video's from what i've found out...i'm adding this to my wish list right now.
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