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Uncanny X-Men - What You Give Is What You Get album download
Performer: Uncanny X-Men
Title: What You Give Is What You Get
Country: Australia
Released: 1986
Style: Pop Rock
Rating: 4.2/5
FLAC size: 1749 mb | MP3 size: 1447 mb | WMA size: 1367 mb
Genre: Rock / Pop

Back to title selection : Comics U : Uncanny X-Men Vol 1. Continues from X-Men Vol 1 141. Becomes Astonishing X-Men for 3 months, then comes back to Uncanny X-Men Vol 1. Template:Center.

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You Get What You Give" is a 1998 song by the New Radicals. It was an international hit, the first and most successful single from their album Maybe You've Been Brainwashed Too. It reached number 30 on Billboard Hot 100 Airplay in January 1999, number 36 on the overall Hot 100 and number eight on the Billboard Modern Rock chart. It also reached number five in the United Kingdom, number four in Ireland, and number one in Canada and New Zealand.

You won’t be able to truly understand X-Men: Messiah Complex without reading these books first. The good news is a lot of these comics hold up pretty well. In this guide I’ll try to differentiate the required reading from the just for fun. It is a work in progress and will be updated frequently, but should be plenty to get you enjoying X-Men comics for now! Index: I) The Phoenix and Dark Phoenix Saga.

You’d probably get through these faster than the original Lee/Kirby run. Lastly, your final option would be a graphic novel from 2012 called X-Men: Season One. If you’re in a hurry, then this is the quickest way to read about the original X-Men. Similar to First Class, it’s a modern take on early stories of the X-Men. It retells the first few issues from the Lee/Kirby run through the eyes of Jean Grey. From here you can move on to the next section or take a look at one or more optional arcs that each section will have. This title brough X-Men back from the grave.

What mutants are in X-Men? While, as you can see, all X-Men characters and the names changed dramatically over the years, the X-Men have a wonderful history of maintaining a roster of some of the most interesting characters in Marvel comic books. Photo: Marvel Comics. 1. Professor X. Professor Charles Francis Xavier, X-Men (vol. 1) (1968, back-up story) (in flashback), Xavier is the founder of the X-Men, and original headmaster of the Xavier Institute for Higher Learning. Currently seen in Uncanny X-Men.

Uncanny X-Men is back and bigger than ever! But does that mean it's better than ever? No. No it does no. What makes the teams in X-Men: Red and Astonishing X-Men easy to connect with is their the limited number of team members. A small, tight-nit group of characters is always going to develop a strong rapport with one another (and readers) more quickly than a larger one. For those of us who have been following X-Men comics over the last decade or so, getting a member head shots page with twenty characters on it is no big deal, but readers who may have lapsed on keeping up with the team or who are new to the title in general might be a bit overwhelmed

Uncanny X-Men, originally published as The X-Men, is an American comic book series published by Marvel Comics since 1963, and is the longest-running series in the X-Men comics franchise. The cover is not a good choice. Thank you for helping! Your input will affect cover photo selection, along with input from other users.


A1 Nothing Touches My World 4:52
A2 Start Believing 3:40
A3 I Am 3:29
A4 About You 4:30
A5 Goodnight, So Long 3:48
B1 I'm On Heat 3:54
B2 Colour You Answer Blue 4:49
B3 Don't Wake Me 3:24
B4 Playing The Titanic 2:53
B5 What You Give 2:56

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Platinum Studios, Melbourne


  • Bass – John Kirk
  • Drums – Craig Waugh
  • Edited By – Chris Corr (tracks: A2, A5)
  • Engineer – Chris Corr
  • Guitar – Brett Kingman, Joey Amenta
  • Lead Vocals – Brian Mannix
  • Producer – Kevin Beamish
  • Remix – Chris Corr (tracks: A1), Uncanny X-Men (tracks: A1)

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SBP 8204 Uncanny X-Men What You Give Is What You Get ‎(LP, Album, Gat) CBS SBP 8204 Australia 1986
450347 2 Uncanny X-Men What You Give Is What You Get! ‎(CD) CBS 450347 2 Australia Unknown
CDCBS 450347 2 Uncanny X-Men What You Give Is What You Get! ‎(CD) CBS CDCBS 450347 2 Australia 1986
450347 2 Uncanny X-Men What You Give Is What You Get! ‎(CD) CBS 450347 2 Australia 1986
SAMP 126 Uncanny X-Men What You Give Is What You Get: Track By Track Interview ‎(LP, Transcription) CBS SAMP 126 Australia 1986