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Artist: REO Speedwagon

Title: This Time We Mean It

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REO Speedwagon This Time We Mean It Album Cover


Category: AOR

Year: 1975

Label: Columbia Records

Catalog Number: 33338


Kevin Cronin guitar, vocals
Neal Doughty organ, keyboards
Alan Gratzer backing percussion, drums, vocals
Gregg Philbin bass
Gary Richrath guitar
Mike Murphy piano, vocals


1.  Reelin'  
2.  Headed for a Fall  
3.  River of Life  
4.  Out of Control  
5.  You Better Realize  
6.  Gambler  
7.  Candalera  
8.  Lies  
9.  Dance  
10.  Dream Weaver  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Phil Date: October 6, 2003 at 19:20
This album was recorded in Miami at Criteria Studios in 1974, when the Eagles were also using that studio. That may explain why "Out of Control" by Don Henley and Glenn Fry made the album cut. Plus REO and the Eagles both had Irving "I never met at asshole in the music business I didn't like" Azoff as their manager. Richrath and Murphy split songwriting duties, and it's obvious to tell who's who. Murphy is more R&B, and Richrath is more Rock n Roll. Overall, a good album.

From: DR DOM Date: October 8, 2004 at 19:55
WOW $ 76.00 average on Ebay....Man you could Do a lot with $ 76.00 and buying this on cd isnt worth it, NOT unless your a die hard REO fan and have to have everything they have out. BUT its a good cd to say the least

From: Propane Date: December 3, 2004 at 9:41
This one is worth any amount. Hell, when Scorps. live in Japan went out of print I had to pay $100.00, then they started reprinting, so whatever. I don't intend on equating this to anything else, it just depends on how much you like a band. I wouldn't say this was a great one but there are some good things about it.

From: bmoviecritic Date: August 5, 2019 at 2:17
Gary even sings a song on this, that is how desperate they were to shake things up after Lost in Dream left the band Reeling. a few pleasant songs but nothing you would ever hear on the radio then and now, take note that the song Dream Weaver is not the one that's a classic. The band needed a new coat of paint and they were about to get it.

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