Classic Rock from the '70s

This week, we present two amazing Classic Rock records from the '70s: Moonmadness by Camel and America - Hearts.


Camel - MoonmadnessOne year after the massive success of Camel's previous album The Snow Goose [MOVLP382] they released Moonmadness in 1976. This concept album proved to be their stepping stone to US soil, gaining their highest Billboard Album Chart position to date.

Its inspiration was derived from the band members' personalities; each one features as subject for the songs "Chord Change", "Air Born", "Lunar Sea" and "Another Night". Moonmadness provides a beautiful and interesting journey, with new details coming to light with every listen along the way.

  • 180 gram audiophile vinyl
  • Gatefold sleeve


America - HeartsAmerica, the band that gave the world the Classic Rock evergreen "A Horse With No Name" in 1972 released their fifth album Hearts three years later to great public and critical acclaim. Hearts was produced by famed Beatles producer George Martin, as was the case for their previous album Holiday. Hearts yielded three hit singles: "Sister Golden Hair", "Daisy Jane" and "Woman Tonight".

Coming up: Holiday [MOVLP747] release May, 7th

  • 180 gram audiophile vinyl
  • Insert