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Eclectic Prog

3.76 | 256 ratings

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4 stars UK's second and final studio album, 1979's "Danger Money," features tight, straight- forward prog rock, with long tracks, tricky rhythms, and lots of really cool keyboard solos. Danger Money is a big improvement over the band's debut album, and features an astonishingly big sound considering the band had slimmed down to a trio (keyboards/bass/drums). The first half is flawless: the martial title track, the romantic "Rendevous 6:02," and the wild musical ride of "Only Thing She Needs." The second half isn't quite as strong, but offers solid highlights as well. If you're a fan of Emerson Lake and Palmer, or any prog rock, this album is highly recommended.

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