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3.59 | 130 ratings

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3 stars Better than the rather cheesy Fellini album, this is still not the Fish I used to love in 1987, although the voclas are much better and there are some standout tracks that are clearly worth mentioning like proggy Movin Targets. The opener is a weak song without any tension or musical development. Innocent Party is close to View from the Hill and will surely become a great live song. Numbers would not have been out of place on the Sunsets album. A fine song! The title track is the sort of ballad we would expect from Fish: emotional, intense, piano-based, powerful. The production is not bad, although the drums could sound better. Were it not for the weaker tracks such as The Rookie and Zoo Class, I'd probably give this album a **** rating, but just because it is an improvement does not mean that it is as good as Vigil or Sunsets.
Phoneteus | 3/5 |


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