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Invisible Mans Band
Invisible Mans Band
Invisible Mans Band
Genres: Pop, R&B
 
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Digitally remastered Japanese-only reissue of this 1980 album, part of the excellent Soul Masterpiece series. Universal.

      
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All Artists: Invisible Mans Band
Title: Invisible Mans Band
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Release Date: 3/3/2009
Album Type: Import
Genres: Pop, R&B
Styles: Dance Pop, Soul
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1

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Digitally remastered Japanese-only reissue of this 1980 album, part of the excellent Soul Masterpiece series. Universal.

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"Invisible" For Real !!!
Iron Man Hondo | Chicago Il. | 07/21/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This was an under rated album at best. The only song that got regular airing was "All Night Thing" which in my opinion was not the best song on this album. Not taking anything from "All Night Thing", there were a couple of songs that should have gotten a lot of air time. "Full Moon" the entry song to this album is a great song. It had the uptempo,smooth Latin sound,and the excellent intrumentation of strings in the background of the song supported by the sythyzied keyboards. This song was very important to this album in that it let the listener know that this wasn't another shot at bringing back disco, which is what "All Night Thing" sounded like, in my opinion. The last song on this first effort "Love Has Come/Can't Come" is the most memerable song on this album. It could have very easily been a disco song, but it had a more soulful sound to it. A great dance tune, it's more of an anthem of a man that has been hurt by one relationship too many and is just looking for a break before another female somebody has come on the seen. He wants to just be friends but he's getting deeply involved to that point again. This is pointed out at the end of the song. It's a shame that with an album of such great music, that the Invisible Man's Band is only known for "All Night Thing". Two other songs on this album deserve mentioning, "9x Out of 10" and "Rent Strike". Both are good tracks. This in and of it's self is a crime. In this repect, the Invisible Man's Band is truely invisible. But not to me. Let this "Ol skool" song/album be added to the pantheon of all "ol skool" music."