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The Alan Parsons Project


Crossover Prog

2.75 | 203 ratings

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1 stars I think this album is really awful, the worst release by the Alan Parsons Project, because of its totally lack of inspiration that comes out from the tracks: it alternates very hardly listening songs like "Stereotomy Pt.1" , "Beaujolais", "In The Real World" (tracks not reflecting at all Parsons' classic sound, being heavily influenced by disco 80's keyboards sounds and effects) to absolutley useless instrumental pieces like "Chinese Whispers", "Urbania" and "Where's The Walrus?"; The less ugly track on this one is "Limelight", in my opinion a bad copy of a classical Alan Parsons Project standard ballad.

This album is really ugly and disappointing; I found it very hard to listen to it, and because of its 80's influences it could sound also very boring nowadays.

You should get it if you'd like to have the full discography, that's all.

Malve87 | 1/5 |


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