Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock, Classic Rock, Metal
No Description Available No Track Information Available Media Type: CD Artist: ZZ TOP Title: AFTERBURNER Street Release Date: 07/06/1987
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Media Type: CD
Artist: ZZ TOP
Street Release Date: 07/06/1987
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An 80s Classic That Hasn't Aged Well
Andre LeBlanc | North Dakota | 10/22/2004
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I was in junior high when this album came out, and I played my cassette copy to death back then. I thought the song "Stages" was the coolest song I had ever heard. I recently bought the CD after not listening to the album in over 10 years. As much as I loved it in 1985, the music has not aged well at all. The heavy synthesized sound that was great back then sounds uninteresting and bland today. However, the CD does bring back a lot of memories. If you grew up during the 80s and want to return to those days (at least in spirit), go ahead and pick this up. Otherwise, don't bother."
Great flashback album!
J. Scholle | NC, USA | 10/06/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I remember the day, 20 years old and just finished basic training at Ft. Benning. You walk into the PX and all you hear is ZZ Top blaring from the Jukebox. That's all you would hear, either the cool and mellow "rough boy" or slip inside my "sleeping bag" or ultimately, the "shhhrch" sound when "velcro fly" is on. This is an excellent album from ZZ Top and really brings back good memories."
Out of this World
Jerry Fry | Freeman, MO USA | 03/29/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Now Eliminators are flying into outer space. That's cool but what happened? ZZ Top became more marketable in the '80s and raked in a lot of jack. The space rock boogie was a good gimmick. It sold well, these guys threw away their razors and dipped low in the lap of luxury. But this is exactly the kind of "Stages" a band goes through. No longer a hungry band and it sounds like it. "Rough Boy" got played constantly and the video wasn't bad but this isn't the ZZ Top I like to remember. Somehow it seemed like this wasn't a bad direction for them to go. But that's where it ended. The following album I believe was "Recycler" and that's pretty much what I did with it."