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  1. Bob
    August 25, 2016 @ 9:07 pm

    I like your reviews, but several of them I’ve read have some factual errors.

    In this review you write “some legal entanglements between early labels caused the group to lose some commercial momentum before bouncing back with the double-platinum selling Dog and Butterfly in late 1978.”

    While you are correct that there were some legal entanglements, the band didn’t lose any commercial momentum because of those entaglements. The album with the issues was “Magazine”, and it sold the same number of records as the two albums around it “Little Queen” and “Dog and Butterfly. If going from selling two million albums to selling two million albums is a loss of momentum then every musician is probably wishing for such luck.


  2. Frank Garrett
    October 23, 2019 @ 10:31 pm

    Your review is awful.


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    […] “Sadly, the album finishes with two of its weakest tunes. What He Don’t Know does supply some first rate rock components musically, with acoustic verses over a uneven rhythmic beat, however falters as a consequence of its completely trite lyrics. The nearer, Shell Shock, appears to have even much less substance as a formulaic rocker, which can strike a sure temper, however has little true musical substance.” (Traditional Rock Evaluate) […]


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