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The Alan Parsons Project


Crossover Prog

2.76 | 199 ratings

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4 stars 'Stereotomy' is a personal favorite mainly for nostalgic purposes. I was born the year this came out and much of it was featured as the soundtrack to home movies of me as a grinning little baby. (Beaujolais, while I was being bathed and wrapped in a towel to be exact) My dad was apparantly a big fan of this album as well as evidence shows. So almost 20 years later I listen to the very same vinyl and love it as well. Some of it sounds a little too 80's synth, recalling cheesy 80's porn music, but taken in Alan Parsons doses I can accept that. 'Limelight' is an inspirational little number that really brings to mind the rising sun or the light at the end of a tunnel. Though it has been a while since I really sat down and listened, which reminds me I really should.
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