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  • Audio CD (July 30, 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Lightyear
  • ASIN: B000069RII
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #325,603 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Donovan Baker on August 8, 2002
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Mountain takes the prize with this long awaited release. They unleash great pure rock tunes with energy like in the days of old. If you have been waiting for an all out heavy and hard sound with a solid performance by real musicians, you found it! They even throw it a killer tune with some strings just to keep you guessing. Some groups get better with time, but this group was great from the get-go. This proves they have never missed a beat! Well except on that one song, but only true fans no what I mean (and it was the best late entry in a tune ever!)
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By HARBINGER on August 22, 2002
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Interesting CD. Sometimes, Mountain sounds like a combination of Rob Zombie and ZZ Top and sometimes there's almost a hint of Jim Morrison and the Doors (on Mystic Fire for instance). This is one CD I really can't totally recommend, but can't really say it's all bad either. "Mystic Fire", "The Sea", and especially "Better Off With The Blues" are pretty good tunes.
"Fever", the old cover done by who knows how many "lounge singers" and jazzed up here just doesn't seem to belong. I would have preferred another original track from the band. I like the three songs previously mentioned, but otherwise, I'd probably leave this one alone.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Bluematter on August 9, 2002
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I'm a Big Leslie West fan from way back. When I saw that Leslie and Corky had got back together with this release I rushed out to pick it up. The verdict is that this release surpasses the last release by the boys from Mountain by a well, mountain. Great rock and roll tunes with Leslies signature sound. Corky plays his a** off on the drums here as well. Some of the highlights include a great bluesy version of Fever, a slowed down version of Sea (of Fire), a rockin new tune Marble peach/Rotten peach, and a cool redux of Nantucket Sleighride. However, my personal favorite has to be "Better off with the Blues" a great switch of tempo from laid back blues to down an dirty blues. This is the best Leslie/Corky CD to be released in a long time. If your a old Mountain fan or want to hear one of the best guitar players to play rock &roll blues you owe it to yourself to get this CD. Bring the show out to Colorado boys. Keep on Rockin.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By C. Woody Butler on June 15, 2003
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OK, this one wasn't bad. Nantucket Sleighride Redux was very good and it sounds like Leslie might finally be able to SING it properly (I've seen Leslie live twice - the playing rocks but he just can't SING that song for some reason... sigh), and some of the other songs are OK, but nothing memorable.
The album (like the last one) is still lacking in the song-writing department (Gail and Felix might have been weird but they were OK to decent song writers) and the sound here is thin, for some reason.
OTOH, I did buy it (and another one for my brother, who's loved Leslie/Mountain for YEARS), I do listen to it, and it still has more heart that 9 tenths of the "product" being produced today.
So - to sum it up - it's well worth 10 or 12 dollars, and if you get a chance, go see Leslie/Mountain, that IS worth it!
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Papoonet on January 21, 2005
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Just bought and listened to the best and true-to-the sound MOUNTAIN album since NANTUCKET SLEIGHRIDE! Yes, it's that good.Is it a coincidence that they do a cover of the Felix Pappallardi/Gail Collins-written song on this new CD? I don't think so as I feel it shows Leslie and Corky have taken the original Mountain concept to the XXIst century. Enjoy... and I mean it.
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13 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Music Expert on November 4, 2003
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If I were an extremely well funded philanthropist, the first thing I would do is start a foundation. This foundation would have a large endowment with funds available for musicians that were once very famous, but have fallen out of favor for one reason or another - usually not for any other reason than the passage of time. And they have already paid their dues. A condition of accepting this large sum of money would be that they could NOT re-form or tour. Not to say that we would be better off with all the bands that were around in the 1970s not having any reunions, but I am quite sure that the majority of them would be much more comfortable (not to mention the potential for worsening their already failing health) without having to rehearse, record, and/or go on the road. Without question the surviving members of Mountain would be approved for a large grant from my foundation.
There is no way on earth that one can compare this album to any of the old Mountain albums. I understand those who are big fans of Leslie and Corky giving them lots of leeway. And some may be so hungry for more Mountain they are willing to hear these two decrepit old men rock out. Some may even, if they squint their ears, be able to make out some of the characteristics that made Mountain such a great band. But on this album there is very, very little of their old selves that is evident. Maybe if they "reinvented" themselves, that is, they chose a different musical direction to explore they might find their niche. But they try to be "heavy", and they do not succeed one iota.
I feel bad. I didn't want to write this bad review because I love their old music so much. But I wish someone had warned me before I spent good money on this CD. Don't be mistaken, though -- they are still one of my favorite bands of all time.
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