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|1. Fight Fire With Fire|
|2. Everybody's My Friend|
|5. Going Through The Motions|
|6. Get Rich|
|7. Don't Take Your Love Away|
|8. End Of The Age|
|9. Incident On The Bridge|
I think Elefante was trying to make a prog-rock song, but it just isn't that good.
I didn't mind the fact that Kansas were changing their sound on this album; alot of prog rock bands were changing around this time, like Jethro Tull, Yes and Rush.
Besides Fight Fire with Fire, there are great songs like Mainstream and Everybody's My Friend that really rock.
Kansas has many great albums, and some fantastic album covers as well.
This cover says it all, blow it up. Read more
Not Kansas material, too pop, not listenable for me because I was expecting something else. It is too predictable ya know.Published 11 months ago by gary boyd
this is good but a little unusual but this is about going through about life experience and going through the motion.Published 11 months ago by Craig
it's not the best but this cd needs in my collection just for grow up the popularity of this album and know better this underating album !!!Published 19 months ago by vincent boucher
I bought this album when I was in college. A time when I thought music was going downhill. Kansas proved me wrong with this album. This is coming from a musician. Read morePublished on December 8, 2012 by Matthew J. Smith
If you are a fan of Kansas, you must purchase this album. My favorite song is "Fight Fire With Fire", but all of the songs are great!Published on November 3, 2012 by Amazon Fan!!
I love this album! And I know all the Kansas purist out there are saying, "But there's no Steve or Robbie. Read morePublished on October 28, 2012 by Hosehead
1983 Kansas album with melodic hard rock bent is as the title implies deviates from previous Kansas works. Gone are Kansas trademark sound. Read morePublished on May 31, 2012 by susumu-5
I agree with others that this album is not as good as the albums before this one, but Drastic Measures is a lot better than all the albums after it. Read morePublished on November 9, 2011 by David