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2 stars For years this album is easy to understand the influence caused by Led Zeppelin. "Finding My Way" do not let me lie. "Need Some Love" continues with the theme so common to the period, women etc. A nice guitar solo, though simple and short song. "Take A Friend" change the theme over the first two songs, say that here we have a positive message about friendship... male or female. The often-repeated refrain a bit tired: "Take yourself a friend. Keep 'em till the end." The longest track disc starts off with a footprint so dragged more Blues..."Here Again" and right now we are already half of the disc. The soil of this music is a separate story, the beginning of something reminiscent of "Tony Iommi" but then follows the vein more Blues. "What You're Doing" music becomes more rhythmic variation while not necessarily considered Prog. "In The Mood" recalls a song lyrically speaking "AC / DC". The beginning of "Before and After" is very good, beautiful melody that will almost halfway down the track, when an accelerated happens and Geddy Lee / Alex Lifeson send do with their instruments. This from the perspective of this album ... A sensação Tony Iommi retorna na última faixa do disco. "Working Man" is "Alex Lifeson" solo instrumental quality and a moment on this album that stands out for a grip rock and roll. I do not know the intent of the letter but we can observe that there is a critical working conditions imposed by big business, but as I said, I do not know if that was the idea of the band. "John Rutsey" was not significant and did not hurt, did it by the book.
Vobiscum | 2/5 |


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