Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock, Metal
Originally released in 1978, this British rock band featuredBrian Connolly, Steve Priest, Andy Scott and Mick Tucker. The album yielded a top 10 hit with 'Love Is Like Oxygen'. This CD is re-mastered using 32-bit technolog... more »
Originally released in 1978, this British rock band featuredBrian Connolly, Steve Priest, Andy Scott and Mick Tucker. The album yielded a top 10 hit with 'Love Is Like Oxygen'. This CD is re-mastered using 32-bit technology. 10 tracks. Standard jewel case. 2001 release.
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Great Album...Just OK remaster from Lemon
Steve A | Somewhere In Rhode Island | 11/29/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This is a great album by the Sweet with some really good songs...it's got a couple of duds like Lady Of The Lake. This effort is one of their mellowest albums...but songs like the massive Love Is Like Oxygen make it worth picking up.
I have the Lemon Records version and it is not remastered at all in fact the CD's output is very very low and it's hard to tell if they used master tapes for this release...they are notorious for vinyl transfers and this is probably the case for this reissue...still the quality is very listenable if you turn up the stereo a lot just not what you'd expect from a 2008 remaster. The other thing is I wish it came with the US cover art which I prefer."
Mediocre at best...
Randall L. Turner | Aurora, Co USA | 05/19/2010
(3 out of 5 stars)
I must admit that my expectations weren't very high when I purchased this disc. I bought it for the extended version of "Love Is Like Oxygen," a true pop-rock classic from the seventies. When I listened to "Level Headed" for the first time, I was quite surprised and rather disappointed that the first cut ("Dream On") was a slow, sappy ballad. I might have embraced such a song had I been listening to Bread or The Carpenters, but this was SWEET! I expected cut one on an album by Sweet to be attention-grabbing, fun and up-tempo, but it didn't happen this time. Cuts three through ten are equally unremarkable.
If not for the presence of cut two, "Love Is Like Oxygen," I might have given this disc a one or two-star rating. The long version of "Oxygen" alone makes "Level Headed" worthy of a place in your music library."