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John Martyn – One World

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John Martyn - One World       Wilson Neate: 'After Sunday's Child, John Martyn took an extended break from studio recording. By late 1975, feeling he was close to going "completely round the bend," he had also stoppe...

The Marshall Tucker Band – Carolina Dreams

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The Marshall Tucker Band - Carolina Dreams       Carolina Dreams, released in 1977, was The Marshall Tucker Band's sixth album and an ode to the band's home state, South Carolina, USA. Focusing on Western themes, it ...

Wire – Pink Flag

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Wire - Pink Flag Steve Huey: 'Perhaps the most original debut album to come out of the first wave of British punk, Wire's Pink Flag plays like The Ramones Go to Art School -- song after song careens past in a gloriou...

David Bowie – Heroes

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David Bowie - Heroes     Stephen Thomas Erlewine: 'Repeating the formula of Low's half-vocal/half-instrumental structure, Heroes develops and strengthens the sonic innovations David Bowie and Brian Eno explored on th...

Bob Marley & The Wailers ‎- Exodus

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Bob Marley & The Wailers ‎- Exodus Exodus is the ninth studio album by Jamaican reggae recording band Bob Marley and the Wailers, first released 3 June 1977 though Island Records. With the other original members ...

The Clash – The Clash

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The Clash - The Clash       Stephen Thomas Erlewine: 'the Clash's eponymous debut album was pure, unadulterated rage and fury, fueled by passion for both rock & roll and revolution. Though the cliché about punk r...

Suicide – Suicide

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Suicide - Suicide AMG Review: Proof that punk was more about attitude than a raw, guitar-driven sound, Suicide's self-titled debut set the duo apart from the rest of the style's self-proclaimed outsiders. Over the co...

The Ramones – Rocket To Russia

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      Stephen Thomas Erlewine: 'The Ramones provided the blueprint and Leave Home duplicated it with lesser results, but the Ramones' third album, Rocket to Russia, perfected it. Rocket to Russia boasts a cleaner prod...

The Sex Pistols – NeverMind The Bollocks

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The Sex Pistols - NeverMind The Bollocks AMG Review: While mostly accurate, dismissing Never Mind the Bollocks as merely a series of loud, ragged midtempo rockers with a harsh, grating vocalist and not much melody wo...

Giorgio Moroder – From Here To Eternity

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Giorgio Moroder - From Here To Eternity From Here to Eternity is a 1977 album composed, produced and performed by Giorgio Moroder. In the production credits, it is stated that "only electronic keyboards were used in ...

Michael Franks – Sleeping Gypsy

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Michael Franks - Sleeping Gypsy Sleeping Gypsy is a jazz vocal album by Michael Franks, released in 1977 with Warner Bros. Records. It was Franks' third studio album after The Art of Tea and prior to Burchfield Nines...

Foreigner – Foreigner

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Foreigner - Foreigner AMG Review: Although punk rock's furious revolution threatened to overthrow rock's old guard in 1977, bands like Foreigner came along and proved that there was plenty of room in the marketplace ...

Klaus Schulze – Mirage

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Klaus Schulze - Mirage AMG Review: Mirage is one of Klaus Schulze's best albums. It is certainly among the eeriest e-music sets ever. He created it as "an electronic winter landscape dedicated to Hans Dieter Schulze....

Circus – Movin’ On

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Circus - Movin' On Progarchives.com: Circus is a not very well known progressive rock band. On Circus - Movin' On, it seems no keyboards are used, but it is very hard to believe! The influences seems come from everyw...

Brian Eno – Before And After Science

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Brian Eno - Before And After Science AMG Review: Brian Eno - Before And After Science is really a study of "studio composition" whereby recordings are created by deconstruction and elimination: tracks are recorded an...

Iggy Pop – The Idiot

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Iggy Pop - The Idiot       The Idiot is the debut solo album by American rock singer Iggy Pop. It was the first of two LPs released in 1977 which Pop wrote and recorded in collaboration with David Bowie. The album is...

Jackson Browne – Running on Empty

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Jackson Browne - Running on Empty AMG Review: Having acknowledged a certain creative desperation on The Pretender, Jackson Browne lowered his sights (and raised his commercial appeal) considerably with Jackson Browne...

Jean Michel Jarre – Oxygene

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Jean Michel Jarre - Oxygene Wikipedia: Jean Michel Jarre - Oxygene (English: "oxygen") is an album of instrumental electronic music composed, produced, and performed by the French composer Jean Michel Jarre. It was f...

Pink Floyd – Animals

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Pink Floyd - Animals Pink Floyd - Animals is the tenth studio album by English progressive rock group Pink Floyd, released in January 1977. AMG review: Of all of the classic-era Pink Floyd albums, Pink Floyd - Ani...

Anthony Phillips – The Geese and The Ghost

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Anthony Phillips - The Geese and The Ghost AMG review:  Anthony Phillips' first post-Genesis solo album: Anthony Phillips - The Geese and The Ghost was an extension of the pseudo-medieval folk elements found on Tresp...

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