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|Three Man Army|
Three Man Army 2
Genres: Pop, Rock, Metal
In 1973 & 1974, Three Man Army issued two swingin' albums on the Warner Brothers label. Formed by Paul & Adrian Gurvitz, along with Tony Newman, this band has a cult following. These hard to find collector's albums make gr... more »
In 1973 & 1974, Three Man Army issued two swingin' albums on the Warner Brothers label. Formed by Paul & Adrian Gurvitz, along with Tony Newman, this band has a cult following. These hard to find collector's albums make great CDs.
Questionable Sound Quality
DJ MR Smith | Seattle | 12/20/2009
(2 out of 5 stars)
"The Wounded Bird label issued two Three Man Army titles on CD. The other self titled release sounds just fine. However this one, titled "Three Man Army Two", seems dirty or overly distorted in places. So much so, that it is not an enjoyable listen. The distortion seems more prevalent in the higher frequency ranges.
This oddly titled *third* album by Three Mann Army (preceded by "Third Of A Lifetime" and "Three Man Army") is louder and faster as a whole. The opening track, Polecat Woman, is a fun, aggressive, kick-out-the-jams affair. Today and In My Eyes have more of a progressive rock feel than the rest of the album and are probably the best two tracks here.
Not essential, however. If you are interested in Three Man Army, I'd start with the previous two records (noted above) which are much enjoyable hard rock albums with memorable tracks that you'll want to come back to. Explore this one when you want to dig deeper."