The Eleventh Hour is the fourth studio album by British melodic rock band Magnum, released in 1983 by Jet Records.
The production of this album caused a lot of tension between the band and Jet Records, following the two-year delay to previous album, Chase the Dragon in 1982 and debut album Kingdom of Madness in 1978. These tensions were further strained when Jet Records denied the band a name producer, leaving them to produce the album themselves.
The Eleventh Hour was released in May 1983, peaking at No. 38 in the UK charts. A respectable position, but disappointing considering Chase the Dragons peak of No. 17 in 1982. The Eleventh Hours original title was to be called Road to Paradise.
The 2005 expanded version of the album was reissued on 22 September 2006 in Japan with Mini LP/Paper Sleeve packaging through Arcangelo. The album was also included in a limited edition Japanese Box Set, comprising all six of Sanctuary Records Expanded and Remastered releases with Mini LP/Paper Sleeve packaging. The set included an outer box featuring Magnum's Chase the Dragon artwork.
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