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Space Amazon
Genres: New Age, Pop, Rock, Classic Rock, Latin Music
 
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All Artists: Pandora
Title: Space Amazon
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Arf Arf
Release Date: 7/22/2000
Genres: New Age, Pop, Rock, Classic Rock, Latin Music
Styles: Meditation, Psychedelic Rock, Glam, Latin Pop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 737835506420

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Heavy NY glam with God on vocals!
Glenn Baxter | NSW, Australia | 12/08/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Were to begin with this lot? Firstly, if you're expecting some elegant glam Bowie-isms, then look elsewhere. Same with the New York-style glam punk of this band's contemporaries. No. Pandora basically sound like a glitzed-up, whacked out, sexually ambiguous, glam version of Led Zeppelin! Throw in some Stones, Who and Stooges as well for one of the best GLAM HARD ROCK ALBUMS OF ALL TIME!
Most of the tracks are quite long (the title track running almost nine minutes!) - some not even knowing where to end; but no second is wasted - the song writing is top-notch! And the singer?! Oh f__k, prepare to meet THE rock god! Soft and delicate (and a somewhat camp) one moment, screaming out in a mad fury the next! The musicianship is right on the mark. It's also recorded well! As a matter of fact, the sound quality is better than some official releases from that era! And the lyrics? Oh man, they're quite the trip. Sample, first verse of title track: "You're a super lady of the night/Like the Venus trap you've held your bite/You're the hero of flash and conquered waste/But to hold your bond is an acquired taste/There can be no doubt you're mortal man/Yet you tower high above your rockin' band" - you'll be singing along in no time!
So, anyone into glam or hard rock should definitely add this to their collection. No contemplation needed!
However.... Who the hell is this band?! The liner notes tell the story well, but it's not enough! Surely some fan, journalist, club owner or something must remember them! Maybe they never played live? Maybe they changed their name prior to recording, then broke up? Don't any of the members look themselves up on the internet in a faint hope of finding some reference somewhere? Maybe they all died in a tragic airplane crash. SOMEONE must know SOMETHING! I can't even begin to imagine what they must have looked like! Typical NY-drag? Nah, that doesn't fit their sound. And that's another thing. The singer sometimes has a slight British accent, his pronunciation of "husband" in Only Seventeen being a perfect example. Maybe they weren't American? As unlikely as it sounds!"
Heavy NY glam with God on vocals!
Glenn Baxter | NSW, Australia | 03/06/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Were to begin with this lot? Firstly, if you're expecting some elegant glam Bowie-isms, then look elsewhere. Same with the New York-style glam punk of this band's contemporaries. No. Pandora basically sound like a glitzed-up, whacked out, sexually ambiguous, glam version of Led Zeppelin! Throw in some Stones, Who and Stooges as well for one of the best GLAM HARD ROCK ALBUMS OF ALL TIME!
Most of the tracks are quite long (the title track running almost nine minutes!) - some not even knowing where to end; but no second is wasted - the song writing is top-notch! And the singer?! Oh f__k, prepare to meet THE rock god! Soft and delicate (and a somewhat camp) one moment, screaming out in a mad fury the next! The musicianship is right on the mark. It's also recorded well! As a matter of fact, the sound quality is better than some official releases from that era! And the lyrics? Oh man, they're quite the trip. Sample, first verse of title track: "You're a super lady of the night/Like the Venus trap you've held your bite/You're the hero of flash and conquered waste/But to hold your bond is an acquired taste/There can be no doubt you're mortal man/Yet you tower high above your rockin' band" - you'll be singing along in no time!
So, anyone into glam or hard rock should definitely add this to their collection. No contemplation needed!
However.... Who the hell is this band?! The liner notes tell the story well, but it's not enough! Surely some fan, journalist, club owner or something must remember them! Maybe they never played live? Maybe they changed their name prior to recording, then broke up? Don't any of the members look themselves up on the internet in a faint hope of finding some reference somewhere? Maybe they all died in a tragic airplane crash. SOMEONE must know SOMETHING! I can't even begin to imagine what they must have looked like! Typical NY-drag? Nah, that doesn't fit their sound. And that's another thing. The singer sometimes has a slight British accent, his pronunciation of "husband" in Only Seventeen being a perfect example. Maybe they weren't American? As unlikely as it sounds!"