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Zenyattà Mondatta by The Police

Pat Benatar, Crimes of Passion****: This album is very close to being a perfect album. She lays down a statement of individuality and gumption throughout the album, with the highlight (for me) being "Hell Is For Children" which tells the tale of abused children everywhere. That sense of justice comes through in a way that I don't think anybody else could capture. If not for the last two tracks (too cheesy for me), then this would be a 5 star album. 7/22/15


Scorpions, Animal Magnetism****: Let's see, it's been 600 days since I started this project, and I just hit 2000 albums. That's 23 albums a week and 3.33 albums per day. If I continue that pace, I should hit 4000 on June 17, 2017, and finish this project in 2043. Let's see how close I get to that. At the very least, I should beat that. Oh, and this album is pretty good, particularly the latter half of this album, and the progressive tone to the title track and album closer is awesome…

The Stranglers - Feline

Devo, Freedom of Choice*****: Three things I want to say about this album. First, I believe it's better than their debut with more classic tracks and fantastic cohesion. Second, "Whip It" is so fucking good that it nearly makes me cry with joy, and my daughter likes it as well. Third, I'm wondering if industrial rock got its start within the depths of Devo's fantastic music. Love this album. 3/24/16

The Smiths - Rank

Sammy Hagar, Danger Zone***: And again, Sammy was really beginning to hit his stride with this, his fifth solo album. The first seven tracks really keep this album chugging along like the excellent late 70s hard rock that it consists of, but it does begin to fall apart at the very end of the album with "Heartbeat" acting as a real buzz-kill from this otherwise very cool album. 11/9/15

Serge Gainsbourg & Bridget Bardot -From St. Tropez to Paree #LP #cover 2011

Queen, The Game****: This gets a full star just for "Another One Bites The Dust" all by itself, and it gets another star for "Crazy Little Thing Called Love." The rest of the album gets the other two stars. It's not a bad album, but without those two tracks, this feels a lot like a fillers album where the band just phoned it in. It's like that cover. It just got phoned in as it seems everyone (including the photographer) had no desire to be there. 11/6/15