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3 stars Invisible Touch- A Catchy Poppy opener, it was a huge success for the band and I enjoy this song.

Tonight, Tonight, Tonight- Kinda interesting "epic" song that deals with drug addiction, I think. Is it prog, not really. The mid-section has some elements in it but mostly this is just a pop song droned out. Took me awhile to get into but do enjoy it now

Land of Confusion- Really good Rock song. Not very prog just more straight ahead rock. Made a great video though.

In Too Deep- A love ballad that spoke volumes to me at the time and do enjoy now. Not bad at all but ballad pop, no prog.

Anything She Does- Upbeat tune talking about a chick poster. It made a funny video with Benny Hill (of all people) with horns in the song too like No Reply At All. Prog, no.

Domino- An awesome 10+ min track. Great from start to finish with a kinda somber mood but ends on a powerful note. Prog, more so than track 2 but the prog is still yet to come ;)

Throwing It All Away- Decent Rutherford ballad. I've never been a fan of his ballad writing and this doesn't change it at all. Successful but no prog at all

The Brazilian- Here's the Prog. This is a fantastic song with a kinda world music feel but mainly jamming between Banks and Collins with Rutherford joining near the end. This is a memorable track and recommend this one of all these. Prog, you bet your bottom dollar.

Overall, a great pop/rock album that is a favorite of mine. Except for Brazilian, and parts of Tonight and Domino, not much prog but still enjoyable to me. As an album, 4 stars but as prog only 3 and a half. Highlights: Tonight Tonight Tonight, Domino and The Brazilian

criticdrummer94 | 3/5 |


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