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4.4 out of 5
63 Ratings

63 Ratings

Dr Jrock ,

great songs,great artist

I wouldn't recomend buying this albumb in praticular,but definitly get turn me loose or working for the weekend,off of another cd.This band is a great 70-80 rock band for those of you who like journey the cars and kind of funky rock bands.

iGregV ,

Who knew this was getting the treatment?

A great Loverboy album, and a great rock album overall by any standard. "Working for the Weekend" is one of those iconic rock songs that will be heard on classic rock radio for the rest of time. But oddly enough, it's not among the songs I consider to be the best on the album.

For me, the highlights of this album are "Take Me to the Top" and "Lucky Ones," two tracks which simultaneously encompass everything Loverboy did best AND everything that was great about Album Oriented Rock before MTV killed the format. Synthesizer mix with guitars over driving drum beats to create something that sounded modern and retro all at once. In a different world Loverboy might have been classified as "Alt rock" had the format existed in 1981 rather than living as fringe/"different" rock stars with the likes of The Cars, the J. Geils Band, Aldo Nova and the Tubes. No matter what the classification, this is an album that stands the test of time and I'm thrilled to see it remastered on iTunes. An easy buy.

marshville ,

Great Stuff

Honestly, this album is so loaded with awesome rock songs! If you want them to sound even better, crank them in a red 1972 Pontiac Le Mans with the windows down in summer!

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