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Catalog Number: R2 70882
|1.||Fool For The City||4:33|
|2.||My Babe||4:37||Cover: Righteous Brothers|
|4.||Terraplane Blues||5:42||Cover: Robert Johnson|
|5.||Save Your Loving (For Me)||3:31|
|6.||Drive Me Home||3:54|
|7.||Take It or Leave It||4:54|
|Total Running Time:||35:22|
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|From: Doghouse Reilly||Date: August 12, 2013 at 21:23|
|It's easy to laugh at Foghat. They're a good punchline when you need a washed-up dinosaur rockers who haven't done shit, quite literally since the '70's (their last hit came in early 1980). Behing honest, though, they were a pretty good bluesy hard-rock band, for their time. The title track, and especiially "Slow Ride" stilll enjoy frequent airplay in America, with a sound reminiscent of the hardest and most straightforward Zeppelin, in that "English band playing loud blues-rock" way. In the end, Fool For The City is a good disc, but sounds very much a part of its time. Beloved by "classic-rock guys" (you know the type, and you might even be one), but largely forgotten by anybody else, outside of nostalgic '70's movies and modern-day truck commercials.|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: January 1, 2016 at 17:44|
|Acceptable album by Foghat,somehow i consider it a cult band that has not received the status it deserves...tracks 1,2,4,5 & 6 are ok...75/100|
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