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I'm all alone. I adore Big Generator. 
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote verslibre Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 13 2021 at 09:17
Originally posted by earlyprog earlyprog wrote:

A cross between Drama and 90125?

I immediately thought 'Talk' but then I read the limitations of the opening post....

But I still think the correct answer is 'Talk' Wink

Check out my Jobson post a few replies back. Wink

Originally posted by MrMan2000 MrMan2000 wrote:

Only thing that pops to mind is GTR. A short-lived band featuring both Steve Howe and Steve Hackett, they embraced what I'd call "prog pop".  I guess another would be Asia.

The much-anticipated GTR was quite forgettable. The only reason I even bought the thing at the time was because somebody had erroneously told me it was an instrumental album! LOL (Of course, the cover sticker for "When the Heart Rules the Mind" disproved that notion instantly.)

Again, please refer to Eddie Jobson's Zinc The Green Album. I posted the videoclip. Wink
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Originally posted by omphaloskepsis omphaloskepsis wrote:

I'm all alone. I adore Big Generator. 
No, you're not. I love the album. Screw the naysayers!
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Originally posted by JD JD wrote:

Originally posted by omphaloskepsis omphaloskepsis wrote:

I'm all alone. I adore Big Generator. 
No, you're not. I love the album. Screw the naysayers!

Same here. However, I feel that could partly because it was a highly anticipated album for me at the time and also I was  relatively new to the band. BG was also the first tour I saw for them so there was that raw excitement also. I saw them twice on that tour. 
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How can anyone dislike "Shoot High Aim Low" and "Final Eyes"?
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