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Alan Parsons Band


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1 stars Ugh....what happened? This ain't the Alan Parsons I remember. Reminds me of the bad techo-pop cover tunes I used to hear blasting out at Siam Square in Bangkok. Right up there with Abba Teens. David Gilmour's wonderful guitar could have been put to better use elsewhere. Come on Alan, you can do better than this...much better! I've been a huge Parsons fan since day one and have resisted the urge to try and like this simply because it is an Alan Parsons project (pun intended). If I had never heard of Alan Parsons before and heard this as his first effort, I'd have put it back on the shelf. I hate to say it but we're (the 1970's fans) all getting old and some of our heroes tunes are becoming pathetic. If you've heard the two awful new songs by Roger Waters, you'll know what I mean.
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