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2.07 | 38 ratings

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2 stars "In Too Deep" is a very "sugar ballad", maybe the best example of the "Sugar Pop Rock" music which they liked then. It is a song which has an excess in "sugar feelings", and it also has lyrics about a broken love relationship. I was surprised when I went to the cinema to see the film called "Mona Lisa" in late 1986. This song was included in that film which has actor Bob Hoskins in the main role (and some friends commented to me that he looked a lot like Phil Collins in image in that film). "In Too Deep" is not a very good ballad, but it still has some good keyboard sounds played by Tony Banks, and a bit of the old arpegio guitars from the seventies. The video for this song is not very good too, IMO, with the band dressed like Barry Manilow.
Guillermo | 2/5 |


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