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Category: Pomp Rock / AOR
Label: Village / Mercury / Japan Rock Reissues
Catalog Number: SRM 1-3814
|1.||Ride The Wind Away|
|2.||I Didn't Notice|
|3.||You Make Me Feel Alright|
|4.||Too Long, Too Long|
|5.||New York, New York|
|8.||Another One's Running|
|9.||Stay With Me Through The Night|
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|From: Nick Clarkson||Date: October 17, 2004 at 10:20|
|This was Roadmasters fourth album and it's a pretty solid effort, in fact it's the album that got me into the band. It has a very kind of watered down Foriegner sound but that ain't a bad thing. Some of the songs on first listening sound very samey but once the hooks get into your head then they don't leave. I the CD on the label above (as well as the vinyl version) but I'm not sure if it's a bootleg. I think the only official release to CD was the Live + 5...am I wrong?? Worth getting!|
|From: Nick Clarkson||Date: October 17, 2004 at 10:27|
|By the way I meant to spell Foreigner ... like that ...oops!|
|From: Jimbo||Date: December 16, 2004 at 22:33|
|Nick described this one pretty well. I'd add that it's deceptively catchy, like Trillion with more chops. A band that knows what it's doing but doesn't feel the need to show off, Roadmaster writes clever songs that wind their way to strong choruses amid crystal clear production. Nice axe-work is a bonus. A must have for any AOR purist. Highly recommended.|
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