This issue of the album has a couple of additions. A previously unissued song, Morocco Bound, debuts and it is a wonder that it was left off in the first place. Possibly it gave the impression of being a little too 60s-flavoured lyrically for the times.
Then there is an early cut of Rock’n’Roll Music at a more sedate tempo. Again the speed of the issued version was maybe influenced by the times, though it gave the whole album had an edge that set it apart from what the Americans were beginning to cal AOR. It’s definitely not punk rock but it is certainly not asleep in the groove.
New Lines On Love
Carve Your Name On My Door
This Side Of The Blue Horizon
Rock’n’ Roll Music
Fight For Love
The Thrill Of It All
Looking For You
Rock’n’Roll Music (early version)
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