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|2.||Young And Restless|
|10.||Runnin' For Cover|
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|From: fog-hat||Date: June 11, 2004 at 10:45|
|A good rock band that deserved more fame than they got. The only problem is I never heard a "solid" album from them. This album has three great songs on it, 'American music', 'Young and restless' and 'Another world'. The rest are okey but not great ( depending on your personal taste in songs ). Fans of early Survivor, Night Ranger and Foreigner may like this band.|
|From:||Date: June 11, 2004 at 19:41|
|This is the CD that they started changing their sound a little bit to fit in with America. The last "real" Prism studio album|
|From: masmusic||Date: March 30, 2005 at 12:31|
|Still a great album!! 9/10|
|From: grahamwl||Date: September 30, 2006 at 9:34|
|This is a magical album for me partly because it was my introduction to AOR and I played it to death back in 1980/81. Standout tracks are 'American Music' & 'Deception' but it's all wonderful (apart from perhaps 'The Visitor' which is more amusing lyrically than competent musically). The late Ron Tabak had a totally unique voice which cut through the music really well. If you want to hear perfectly crafted pop/rock with AOR harmonies and hook - this is an essential album.|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: February 1, 2011 at 22:02|
|Wow pretty nice album...basically all my Prism albums are on vinyl!!!.. ..so after listening to this one probably or most likely i will have to undust the others and comment them ...a lovely voice is what Ron Tabak has...best shots are "American Music","Satellite","Party Line"(nice AOR),"Acid Rain","Deception" & "Runnin' For Cover"(another nice AOR one)...enjoyable by all means!!!.86/100|
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