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|2.||Everybody I Love You|
|4.||Rock And Roll Rodeo|
|5.||Never Meant To Be|
|7.||Gimme Some Lovin'||Cover: Spencer Davis Group|
|8.||Hard Bargain Driver|
|9.||Let Me Dream|
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|From: koogles||Date: April 3, 2004 at 11:02|
|A real improvement over the boogie-laden debut. Sure, there are some reminders of that release here (Rock n Roll Rodeo, Hard Bargain Driver), but there are some Angel-like pomp gems like "Angel" (seriously!) and the awesome CSN cover, "Everybody I Love You". Great stuff for fans of Rose, Bighorn and the huge harmonies of Roadmaster.|
|From: Rycheage||Date: April 3, 2004 at 21:43|
|This album 'Venus' is their second effort, following on from their self titled album released in 1978, and it mixes up a combination of complex and lush arrangements with some more straight ahead type rockers. Album opener 'Angel' features some beautiful vocal harmonies on the chorus, while 'Everybody I Love You' is a rockier version of Starcastle for sure. Those vocals are Starcastle patented there can be no doubt.|
|From: AOR freaky||Date: May 2, 2004 at 8:47|
|Far better than their debut, but after listening again, this sounds a bit dated. Not top pomp, but I still like it. I can imagine a lot of younger fans won't like this.|
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