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EAGLE ROCK

Titanic

 

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gr8dane
4 stars I am well pleased that Titanic is now to be found here.Song by song I do not think I can add anything that Ivan and Zowy,has not already said. When I spotted this cd in a shop about 7 years ago ,I just about wet my pants with delight,since I had just about forgotten about them.This is definately their heaviest album,with indeed a splendid mix of Heep,Purple,Grand Funk and a few more.Obviously they got a sound of their own.Indeed. What I do wonder about this album though,is the arrival of bass player Arica Siggs the main composer on this album.He was here and then gone after,but where?I would sure love to know if he was ever involved with anything before and after. I would say the first 7 trax are very high quality,with the last 2 (of the original album),of less. It must be something in the Norwegian aura borealis that year that made this album so good. Anyways,just a ramble from me,to aknowledge this band. Oh,by the way.Being anti guns,I must say ,that in 'One night in Eagle Rock',gun shots has never sounded this good. The 4 bonus trax are enjoyable too.
gr8dane | 4/5 |

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