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1.30 | 4 ratings | 1 reviews | 25% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1983

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Take Em There (4:50)
2. Love You I Do (4:17)
3. Anti Freeze (4:23)
4. Forget Me (3:06)
5. Trendsetters (4:51)
6. On Top of the World (4:13)
7. Enough Is Enough (4:08)
8. Two or Three Years (3:27)
9. Lost Time (4:33)
10. Lucky (4:41)

Bonus tracks:
11. A Matter of Conscience (bonus Track With Jim Johnston and Jeff W (4:14)
12. Black Sheep (4:00)
13. My Turn to Cry (3:30)
14. Totally Human (bonus Track With Jim Johnston and Jeff W (5:10)

Total Time: 59:23

Line-up / Musicians

- Jim Valentine / guitar, vocals, keyboards
- Geoff Woodhouse / keyboards, vocals
- Jeff Wade / drums
- Jim Johnston / bass, vocals

Releases information

LP Valentine Records (1983)
CD Baby (2003) Re-release on CD with bonus tracks

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JAUGERNAUT (A.D.) Take Em There ratings distribution

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(25%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(0%)
Good, but non-essential (25%)
Collectors/fans only (25%)
Poor. Only for completionists (25%)

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Review by ZowieZiggy
1 stars It was a major mistake of mine to consider this band as progressive. I should have read their bio with more care before starting the review of their works.

Because of prog music, there is nothing to say here. It is pure FM and American music from the eighties. I guess that you can imagine how "great" this album can be. There are no great solo, just average background music. There are no great vocal harmonies, just weak exercises to sound like it. Song writing is just middle of the road and you really should not bother for any of these songs.

So, what's left? Well: not a big deal I have to say. The experience is even longer while you listen to the CD version which was released some twenty years after the initial release. Four more tracks. Gosh!

Is there any stand out tracks? No. Are there any useless tracks? Yes. Quite a bunch I am afraid (actually all of them). No wonder that no one has ever reviewed this "work" on PA.

The rating of such an album is pretty easy: less than one star. Nothing more. To avoid by all means.

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