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3 stars It's another straight hard rock album. The opening track "Movin' On" (4:07) has a good and motivating lyrics. The second track "Lay It on the Line" (4:05) is agood track with nice vocal, good melody line and nice guitar solo and riffs. This song is typical of early seventies song like Budgie's "Ain't No Mountain" which once became hit in my country on mid seventies. "Young Enough to Cry" (6:03) is Triumph's answer to blues rock music. It's one of my favorites because the composition is good, the guitar solo resembles like a true blues track. The guitar solo is also stunning.

"American Girls" (5:03) is another nice offering with clear vocal quality and rhythm section of guitar riffs. The music is composed in Southern Rock style; somewhat .. it reminds me to bands like Lynyrd Skynyrd or Bloodrock. The title track "Just a Game" (6:13) is a good slow rock outfit with nice guitar fills and attractive singing style with blues influenced style. It's a very accessible track for many ears.

It's not a prog album but it's a good rock album to have. Almost all tracks are good.

Gatot | 3/5 |


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