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This band is proof that is loaded with very talented musicians that can play any type of music.
Even though "Road Island" is the least known of Ambrosia's 5 albums, I think that it's the best one they ever did.
Buying this CD, I was expecting to hear more of the same, and find a just a few tracks that I liked on this album.
This CD I couldn't find in any store. Not their most popular one, but many of the songs were ones I remembered from a cassette tape of the same title from years backPublished 2 months ago by Joe R.
Like the band for years and this album was missing in my collection. Finally got it after many years of wait.Published 15 months ago by James Alfaro
One of the greatest hard rock albums of all time, and far and away the best by Ambrosia. Heavy riffing, blistering "Gilmoury" guitar solos, gorgeous vocal harmonies, two... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Sidereal
Ambrosia was one of many tastefully talented bands that came from the 1970's and though not one of their strongest releases, this was the last good effort of the band in it's... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Richard D Farmer
I have read reviews about how this was a disappointing album. To be honest I feel it is a top notch album just like their other albums. Read morePublished on September 21, 2012 by Jason Ekstrand
I always admired Ambrosia from a distance. I liked their singing and musicianship but I was always afraid of being accused of being a sissy for liking them. Read morePublished on August 11, 2012 by NEOPROG RAN
I gave this album a full listen to the other day after I picked it up from the bargain bins at Streetlight in Santa Cruz. Read morePublished on May 15, 2008 by PGM
Many Ambrosia critics would say "One Eighty" is the best album because of the several hits that made the Billboard charts. I say...WHO CARES? Read morePublished on October 25, 2006 by Jennifer S. Munsel
Prior to buying this CD I had only heard one song from it... Still Not Satisfied. This appears on the Ambrosia Anthology CD release in 1997. It's a great song! Read morePublished on February 11, 2006 by Mr. Music Critic