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Easy Street (2)Under The Glass

Genre:Rock, Pop
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Tracklist

Flying
How Can You Take It So Hard
Rely On You
What Does The World Know
Is This Real
Look For The Sun
Only A Fool
Strange Change
I See You
Night Of The 11th

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    Cover of Under The Glass, 1977-05-00, VinylUnder The Glass
    LP, Album, Los Angeles Pressing
    Capricorn Records – CP 0184US1977US1977
    New Submission
    Cover of Under The Glass, 1977, VinylUnder The Glass
    LP, Album, Stereo
    Polydor – 2383 444UK1977UK1977
    New Submission
    Cover of Under The Glass, 1977, VinylUnder The Glass
    LP, Album
    Polydor – 2383 444France1977France1977
    New Submission
    Cover of Under The Glass, 1977, VinylUnder The Glass
    LP, Album
    Polydor – 2383 444Canada1977Canada1977
    New Submission
    Cover of Under The Glass, 1977, VinylUnder The Glass
    LP, Album, Test Pressing
    Capricorn Records – CP 0184US1977US1977
    New Submission
    Cover of Under The Glass, 1977, VinylUnder The Glass
    LP, Album, Jacksonville Pressing
    Capricorn Records – CP 0184US1977US1977
    New Submission
    Cover of Under The Glass, 1977-09-00, VinylUnder The Glass
    LP, Album, Promo
    Polydor – MPF 1092Japan1977Japan1977
    New Submission
    Cover of Under The Glass, 1977, VinylUnder The Glass
    LP, Album, Test Pressing
    Polydor – 2383 444Canada1977Canada1977
    New Submission

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    • headphoneland's avatar
      Slightly unfocused followup to the self-titled debut with introspective art-rock moves (What Does The World Know) jostling against some filler (Strange Change) and bringing to mind quite strongly the band Sad Cafe and maybe some early Hall & Oates. High standard of musicianship featuring CSNY-ish vocals and the on-point drumming of Richard James Burgess, formerly of New Zealand jazz-rock outfit Quincy Conserve and soon to be fronting Landscape (and producing Spandau Ballet). Crazy hot vinyl cut by 'Gary' whoever he was, with oodles of bass leaping off the disc.

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      • Ratings:14
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