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Steve Hackett


Eclectic Prog

2.38 | 217 ratings

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3 stars Actually my introduction to Hackett's solo stuff, my dad owned this on cassette and I listened to it alot when I was younger. This is decent pop music with a clear message what decade we were in, but you can also hear trademark Hackett ideas in several of the songs. The highlights are "The Air-Conditioned Nightmare" and "Overnight Sleeper" which are the album heaviest and most progressive tracks and really saves this album from being a stinker for many. "A Cradle of Swans" is a beautiful acoutic guitar interlude and is also worth hearing. Me personally likes every tune here although they're not nearly as memorable as earlier Hackett efforts.
Bj-1 | 3/5 |


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