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HIT OR MISS

Eela Craig

Jazz Rock/Fusion


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3 stars EELA CRAIG was already history for a few years by the time "Hit or Miss" came out. It simply turns out that two former EELA CRAIG members, Wil Orthofer and Hubert Schauer decided to run off with the name and recorded this allegedly forgettable pop album in the late 1980s. Since I hadn't heard it, I am willing to believe it's your typical digital synth/drum machine pop album you expect from a 1988 recording. This really isn't an EELA CRAIG album, especially since Hubert Bognermayr and Harald Zuschrader had nothing to do with this.

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