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The Alan Parsons Project ‎– Vulture Culture (1985, Arista)


Media VG+
Sleeve VG+

Format : LP
Cat N° : 206 577
Style : Pop Rock, Art Rock

In 1984, the Alan Parsons Project released two albums. Following the disappointing “Ammonia Avenue,” fans of the Project were initially concerned about the swift release of “Vulture Culture.” However, this album, while undeniably pop and lacking in depth, is impressively crafted as always. It features catchy tracks like the opener “Let’s Talk About Me,” showcasing inventive choruses, sweet ballads such as “Days Are Numbers” and “The Same Old Sun,” commercially oriented songs like “Vulture Culture” and “Somebody Out There,” though some tracks might feel reminiscent of previous works. The instrumental “Hawkeye” adds a quirky touch, akin to Madness-style ska. Despite some familiarity, the album maintains a high level of execution.

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A1 – Let’s Talk About Me
A2 – Separate Lives
A3 – Days Are Numbers (The Traveller)
A4 – Sooner Or Later
B1 – Vulture Culture
B2 – Hawkeye
B3 – Somebody Out There
B4 – The Same Old Sun

Weight 0,23 kg