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GOOD TIME WARRIOR

Lucifer's Friend

 

Heavy Prog

2.09 | 20 ratings

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Yurkspb2
2 stars Beside this disk, I have only heard 'Where The Groupies Killed The Blues' (which I like a lot) by this German band (these 2 albums can be compared like Queen's Hot Space vs. A Night At The Opera). And I must admit Good Time Warrior has nothing to match the earlier album. The style of Warrior can be described as light hard&pop so it's not progressive at all. The songs are simple, rhythms sometimes close to dance-music, & vocals by Mike Starrs (John Lawton had already left the group) didn't impress me at all. To sum it up, Good Time Warrior is rather unoriginal musically, though it cannot be called bad in a way. It's an album for fans. A 2.5 stars album, really but I would give it 2 because it's not good enough to be "good but not essential"
Yurkspb2 | 2/5 |

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