Well-Conseived Follow-Up to "Man In The Mirror"
Andre' S Grindle | Bangor,ME. | 06/04/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"As indicated I purchased this and "Man In The Mirror" together,
having heard no other '80's-era Passport outside of the very
dissappointing and inconsistant "Blue Tatoo",but both blew me away!Much of this follows in "Mirror's" lead with a series of catchy electro funk/fusion pieces spiked with a dollop of electric rock guitar,many featuring the wonderfulvocals of Victoria Miles,who brings to mind Style Council singer DC Lee. Most impressive though is "Talisman",featuring Passport meastro Klaus Dolinger himself on bamboo flute along with Miles's sudtle chanting.Even the albums slowest cut "Auryn" is far too clever and ambitious to conjur up any Kenny G-ish nightmares.So a word to all Passport fans-don't let the late date put you off because
nothing here will dissappoint!"
B. L. Holcomb | Battle Creek, Mich. USA | 06/16/2008
(3 out of 5 stars)
"While this album/CD is still quite listenable, it tends to sound alot like it ought to be a Harold Faltameyer(SP?) of "Fletch" fame offering rather than Passport and it is really the first Passport release I was not completely happy with. save your money and buy some earlier Passport."