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Catalog Number: 9102 028
|2.||Summer In The Schoolyard|
|4.||Raise Your Glass (To Foolish Me)|
|6.||What A Night|
|7.||Do What You Do, Do Well|
|9.||The World Loves A Dancer|
|10.||Moving In Circles|
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|From: Big Papa K||Date: October 21, 2004 at 21:50|
|The main reason I purchased this was the involvement of Slamer and Lange. I was not expecting much, but this is a pretty good pomp album that already shows Lange with his trademark sound in places. This also reminds me at times of New England. What is this band's best album? 7/10|
|From: grackle#88||Date: October 25, 2004 at 12:04|
|I like these guys a lot and this is one of the best releases of theirs. Pomp rock for sure and not everyone's taste, but very good if you are into those types of bands from the 70's.|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: January 12, 2007 at 21:52|
|As i said with the City Boy's album "Dinner at the Ritz" only suiteable 4 old school aor fans and also to know where the famous producer John"Mutt"Lange comes from.The songs?aor,aor,aor!!!.|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: May 25, 2012 at 23:26|
|Listening to this classic album once again...well for fans of ELO,The Sweet,Slade & Angel(less pomp obviously)then City Boy can be your cup of tea guys...ah!,vocally is like a mix of The Beatles & Air Supply ...some good shots in here are tracks 1,4(nice),5,7,8 & 10...."Dangerous Ground" for me is the best cut...enjoyable...80/100|
|From: AORster||Date: August 16, 2012 at 3:54|
|Can't believe the low rating. This is imo a fantastic album that has been with me for many, many years. Solid album that's it! 92/100|
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