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A Masterpiece and a brilliant debut.
on August 6, 2004
I truly think that this is one of the best albums out there. It has that same feeling as Dark Side of the Moon, Electric Ladyland, and Who's Next have... there is just so much going on and it never stops. This album is just crammed with great music. It has some truly rocking pieces that portray future Walsh stuff to come (Funk 48, Bluebird, I Don't Have the Time), some great use of the organ (Take a Look Around, Fred), some orchestration (Wrapcity in English), acoustic (Collage), and some just plain messing around (Intro, Stone Rap). Then, to top it all off, there are 2 fantastic blues jams, Lost Woman and Stop. That's every song on this album, each one worth listening to either for pleasure or just plain laughs.
Every song is well-produced and great sounding, well-written, and well-arranged within the album. There is not a flaw here. This is Rides Again and then some, this is my album, make it Yer' album too. (huh huh sorry had to do something stupid like that).