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5 stars Along with LEFTOVERTURE and SONG FOR AMERICA (and possibly MASQUES), this is the crowning glory of the band Kansas. Their next effort, MONOLITH, was an attempt at repeating the successful pattern they were in and it failed completely. But on POINT OF KNOW RETURN, Kansas are at their arena-rocking height. Classic tracks here are the the title track, "Portrait", "Closet Chronicles", "Sparks of the Tempest", "Lightning's Hand", and "Nobody's Home". There is not a bad track on this album, although "Dust in the WInd" has been overplayed on the radio. How many albums contain great songs about Albert Einstein, Howard Hughes, God, and dusty wind together? One of the classics of 70's rock and progrock. I can't give less than 5 stars here. Wonderful!
mohaveman | 5/5 |


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