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2.49 | 75 ratings

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2 stars "On the Road 1982" was recorded during the worst creative period in Camel's history and this fact is pretty obvious if you listen to this album. The real highlights here have to do with the tracks from "Nude" (an amazing exception to the mediocre records Camel released after Bardens' departure), "Rain Dances" (great album) and two songs: "Sasquatch" a terrific song in a horrendous album ("The Single Factor"), and the fantastic "Never Let Go". The rest is mostly AOR, dull and sad. The line-up is also quite mediocre compared to what we were used to and even if we compare it to future line-ups. It's a record only for fans (that's why I own it) because it adds nothing especial to Camel's excellent discography (1973-1978 plus "Nude", of course.)
DACE | 2/5 |


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