9 Songs, 43 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The title track won the 1977 GRAMMY for Record of the Year, and the album remains a major touchstone of its era, reflecting both the glamour and the dark underside of 1970’s Los Angeles. “Life in the Fast Lane,” “Victim of Love,” and “New Kid In Town” reflect the group’s further slide from country-rock to the mainstream pop that had California sunshine virtually shining out from its grooves.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

The title track won the 1977 GRAMMY for Record of the Year, and the album remains a major touchstone of its era, reflecting both the glamour and the dark underside of 1970’s Los Angeles. “Life in the Fast Lane,” “Victim of Love,” and “New Kid In Town” reflect the group’s further slide from country-rock to the mainstream pop that had California sunshine virtually shining out from its grooves.

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
272 Ratings

272 Ratings

Johnnyyyyyk ,

I'm 14

I'm 14, and I have noticed that no one makes music like this anymore. Everyone now loves music made by ariana grande and iggy azalea, who just repeat the same stuff over and over. It's all crap that kids listen to now and days, but this music is amazing.

Kalawana ,

Im 13

The stereotype of kids liking crappy music is a lie i love the eagles one of the best albums ever

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this is proper music

I'm a twenty-first century teenager, but I'm one of the good ones. I know good music when I hear it, I hear it with the Eagles. the Eagles are amazingly talented and their instrumentals are amazing and catchy! I wish the radio played real music like this instead of the ruckus everyone calls 'music' nowadays .

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