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Another Perfect World
Peter Cetera
Another Perfect World
Genres: Pop, Rock
 
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All Artists: Peter Cetera
Title: Another Perfect World
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: Dde Music
Original Release Date: 1/1/2001
Re-Release Date: 3/27/2001
Genres: Pop, Rock
Style: Adult Contemporary
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 806632200128, 099923358022, 4029758349823

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CD Reviews

Peter Cetera's best solo cd yet.
cardinals4ever | KY, USA | 03/29/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Cetera's first full studio album since 95's ONE CLEAR VOICE.ANOTHER PERFECT DAY has Peter Cetera using a horn section to make this album the most "chicago-est"sounding of his solo career.FEELS LIKE RAIN is simply one of the greatest songs Cetera has sung since HARD HABIT TO BREAK.Cetera's voice is as good as ever,which is shown on the lead off single PERFECT WORLD,JUST LIKE LOVE and RULE THE WORLD.Michael Omartian's great production gives this album a more up to date sound than Cetera's recent albums.The moody feel of RAIN LOVE is terrific.ONLY HEAVEN KNOWS and WHATEVER GETS YOU THROUGH also have great vibes.Surprisingly though,there are not any of those patented Cetera duets on this album.Not even the fickle world of radio will be able to resist these great Peter Cetera songs,his strongest solo material yet."
Welcome Back Peter Cetera -- Where Have You Been?
04/01/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)

"After almost six years without the release of a full studio solo album (last studio album was One Clear Voice in 1995), Peter Cetera returns to the pop music charts with his latest effort, Another Perfect World. This album is a reminder of Cetera's earlier solo albums like "Solitude, Solitaire" (1986), "One More Story" (1988), and "World Falling Down" (1992). "Another Perfect World" is vintage Peter Cetera with sugary love ballads and deep, moving words which have made him a great success in pop music with Chicago and during the 1980's and early 1990's with his much praised and popular love ballads (ie. Glory of Love and One Good Woman). The songs on this new album bring out his great voice and brilliance. There is a return to the "brass" sounds from the Chicago days and no more country music "feel" (thankfully). Cetera's last two albums were disappointing because of the movements made towards country music that he acquired from his time in Nashville. Michael Omartian's production on this album steered Peter Cetera back to his popular and much more successfull love ballads and "pick-me up music" he is noted for during the 1980's.The album however, only has three out of ten songs written or co-written by Peter Cetera. There are also no duets with anyone on this album. Although the album has several good songs, they are not as great and remarkable as the love ballads and songs from the late 1980's and early 1990's that many Peter Cetera fans have loved to appreciate. The album is a great tranquil album that brings Cetera back to his "musical roots" with Chicago and his earlier solo works. I would recommend purchasing this album because it is "classic" Peter Cetera at its best, but it is not as "perfect" as his earlier ballads with Chicago and hits songs from his earlier solo career during the 1980's and 1990's."
...singable, pleasant, up-lifting...
Andy | Canada | 01/26/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)

"I must admit that I bought this CD with the intent of copying one or two tracks off of it and then returning it to the music store for a full refund, as is the trend these days with so many people who are tired of paying full price for a CD that only has one or two good songs on it. Well, I decided to keep it because the CD has about 6 or 7 really good songs on it. The only problem I had with it was that Peter doesn't hit the high vocal ranges that he has in the past which make his sound so unique. But the quality of the songwriting and production makes this a good buy. Definitely one of his better solo releases..."