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||Date: October 13, 2012 at 6:45|
|I'll be the first to comment. I have had this tape (now cd) for years and years, and I love it. I am sure the Zepplin fans hated it, because it has alot of pop influences. There are a couple of fillers, but most of the songs are really well written, and performed. Some of the writing has an almost progressive edge to it in terms of odd time signatures and syncopated beats. There are alot of synthesizers (which is fine with me), so I would call this more pop than rock, and DEFINITELY not classic rock. Don't buy this expecting to hear Zepplin. But, you can expect well written pop that sounds somewhat like It Bites, or other slightly progressive pop/rock bands.
||Date: October 18, 2012 at 16:07|
|I enjoyed it, Ship Of Fools was always a killer track
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: January 24, 2016 at 14:34|
|This is a very nice Melodic Pop Rock album...tracks 3,4,5 & 8(AORish)are in my book...i own this on vinyl with only 9 songs in it...86/100
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