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Doobie Brothers
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock
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2002 reissue of 1989 album remastered with 2 bonus tracks 'Anything For Love' and the 5 1/2 minutes remixed version of 'Need A Little Taste Of Love'.


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All Artists: Doobie Brothers
Title: Cycles
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: One Way Records Inc
Release Date: 6/11/2002
Album Type: Original recording remastered
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock
Styles: Soft Rock, Album-Oriented Rock (AOR)
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 724353946722


Album Description
2002 reissue of 1989 album remastered with 2 bonus tracks 'Anything For Love' and the 5 1/2 minutes remixed version of 'Need A Little Taste Of Love'.

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CD Reviews

Made for a great reunion.
Michael A. Brown | Salt Lake City, UT USA | 09/27/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)

"It took the Doobies about a decade to shake off the stigma of Michael McDonald. With "Cycles" they came back with the kind of rock sound that long time fans had been yearning for. The singles, "The Doctor" and "South of the Border" are great and there are several other tracks which make you feel like the boys had never been away, just taking a long break. A worthy addition to any Doobies collection."
Rockin' Reunion
K. White | Illinois/Iowa | 11/20/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"The original lineup (well, the Toulouse St. lineup to be fair) of the Doobie Brothers finally got back to together to release an album in the summer of 1989. The result is, in my opinion, their best work. There is really no weakness throughout the album. The Doctor was the huge hit, of course, reaching #9 on the pop charts and #1 on the Rock charts. The followup single was no slackoff itself, as it reached #45 on the pop charts and #3! on the Rock chart. South of the Border also fared well on the rock charts. Musically however, this album flows together so neatly, and each song is so thoughtfully catchy that there are no songs to skip over. Time is Here and Gone is one of the most amazing songs you will ever here - it's message and it's music echo so very true. In fact, lyrically, this album is no doubt the most mature the band ever did. But the music is what makes the Doobs - roaring guitars, sweet acoustics, and their lush, trademark harmonies. This album shows the best of all worlds. So pop it in and be reminded that "Music is the doctor...of my soul"."
The Doobies Without Michael McDonal R-O-C-K!!!
L. Brown | Los Angeles | 07/10/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Simply put, Michael McDonald ruined the Doobie Brothers. What had been a good rockin' band was transformed into a bland popish group with none of the soul of the original band. This disc, the first recorded by the band since the departure of McDonald and his tasteless influence, is a return to the good time rock for which the band was originally known.

If you liked the Doobies pre-McDonald, then you'll love this disc. If you like the Michael McDonald Doobies, then disconnect from the internet and turn on your local adult pop radio station - there you'll get the same lame, withering, worthless pop that makes people vomit on elevators."