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A VALID PATH

Alan Parsons Band

 

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2.57 | 85 ratings

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msdelarosh
3 stars To be sure there is some good music here, but I can relate to the comments about not wanting to feel like a robot. Something about listening only to techno or instrumentals that make me feel something is missing (especially the last track). I know that Alan Parson's has a lot of great instrumental music, but personally I'm glad I can burn my on CD's and leave off some of the instrumentals (guess I really need the vocals to feel human). It would be a nice "experiment" if Alan Parson could get more into adding vocals to all his music, especially if he's going to delete real instruments. Bet the response would be great.

I still give his work three stars, and hope that he won't give up.

msdelarosh | 3/5 |

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