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Eric Woolfson


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3.49 | 132 ratings

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3 stars A breath of fresh air after the Alan Parsons Project's dreadful stagnation throughout most of the 80s. It's still not up to the standards of something like I Robot of course; the album still devolves into generic arena rock a few times too often and the lyrics are a bit iffy in spots (you were at least several years too late to still be singing about "the danger zone", guys) but there's clearly some good new ideas here, a variety of styles and moods that are covered, a lot of care that's gone into the production and the arrangements (as opposed to the shopworn 80s production on the preceding albums) and a healthy, sorely needed dose of humour.
Mirakaze | 3/5 |


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