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1.37 | 11 ratings

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1 stars This album is not truly a Jane one.

After the separation with Hess, both himself as well as Peter Panka will go on with two projects. Hess will from "Mother Jane" while "Peter Panka's Jane" will be the counterpart who is releasing this album.

One could already noticed the evolution of the band while listening to the poor "Beautiful Lady" some ten years before this one. Unfortunately, those ten years were not profitable in terms of compositions.

The style used here is pop-oriented. Most of the songs have a syrupy sound and the whole is rather unbearable and useless. No highlights, nor even a single good and interesting song on this album.

I was intrigued with the closing number : "Good Times, Bad Times". But no, it has nothing to do with the "Led Zep" one. It is just another uniform rock ballad without charm.

Don't bother with this effort. IMO, their last good album was "Jane" released in 1980. Just stick to their older repertoire and avoid to be disillusioned when listening to this one.

One star. Pityful. Some fifty minutes of poor music (and fifty minutes is a hell of a long time while listening to this type of album) !

ZowieZiggy | 1/5 |


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