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AGENTS OF CHAOS

Dave Brock

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2.17 | 4 ratings | 1 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1987

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Hi Tech Cities (4:15)
2. A Day (5:35)
3. In The Office (1:33)
4. Hades Deep (4:39)
5. Words Of A Song (1:37)
6. Heads (5:40)
7. Nocturne (2:32)
8. Wastelands Of Sleep (5:42)
9. Empty Dreams (4:26)
10. Infinity (4:13)
11. Mountain In The Sky (3:17)

Total Time 43:29

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Line-up / Musicians

- Dave Brock / vocals, all instruments
- Julian Crummins / keyboards

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2.17
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Review by Marty McFly
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2 stars Let me ask one important question. How the hell is it possible to have one album (first) so great (well, not perfect, but at least quite good) and second, following one so terrible. It is supposed to explore new frontiers, incorporate new sounds and interesting ideas, but instead ends in Pet Shop Boys like talking (not singing), reminding child's playground and if you though that melodies from previous album were repetitive and overly electronic, beware of this album, as this is dawn of new era (which quickly ended, fortunately) that wants to be heard. No, this is too much for good old Marty. He may be good at some things, but singing isn't one of these things.

2(+), it can be listened, even it's hard. Sorry this time.

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