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Ammonia Avenue

3.7 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (Feb. 8 1985)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony Music Canada Inc.
  • ASIN: B000002VCO
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #158,431 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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1. Prime Time
2. Let Me Go Home
3. One Good Reason
4. Since The Last Goodbye
5. Don't Answer Me
6. Dancing On A Highwire
7. You Don't Believe
8. Pipeline
9. Ammonia Avenue

Product Description

2013 Japanese pressing BLU-SPECCD2 scheduled to include bonus material. Sony


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Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
As far as this disc goes it is sufficient however it simply does not go far enough. The point behind any Alan Parsons Project CD is that it has a lesson to it. Either there is a moral tale to be told, or it is an obvious story in and of itself...Take Tales of Mystery and Imagination...This is all about Edgar Allen Poe, the songs are all titled about the various stories of Poe...The Turn of a Friendly Card, is a Disc all about the ups and downs of the world of Gambling about the excitement and the pitfalls that go into that lifestyle, and the other CD's are also likewise the same until you get to this, AMMONIA AVENUE simply put I have no idea what the moral of this thing was supposed to be. There are some half decent cuts on this disc however the overall story is totally missing no background at all. Save your money unless you can get by on Alan Parsons in a token effort.. It pains me to have to write this as I feel Mr. Parsons is capable of so much more....Spigomars
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Format: Audio CD
I brought this album purely for "Don't Answer Me", one of only two hit singles in the UK for APP. The album inspired me to dig deeper into APP's back catalogue, and they've certainly released more memorable records than this.
However, there is more to this album than "Don't Answer Me". "Prime Time" could easily have been a massive hit had it not been completely ignored by the radio. "Pipeline" is a classic APP instrumental, cinematic in an almost technicolour way. However, the real standout track on this album is "You Don't Believe", with Lenny Zakatek's passionate vocal, and a techno-esque feel.
Not in the same class as "I, Robot", "Eye In The Sky" or "The Turn of a Friendly Card" perhaps, but, all the same, this is still well worth a listen.
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Format: LP Record Verified Purchase
I like this album very much, music is beautiful. But the seller (Mrmagazine) gave false information when he advertised this vinyl record. It was written that the record was "New" and therefore I ordered it. When I received the package it turned out that the record had been used and condition was average - not too bad but not good. Noise sometimes is quid loud. It is not good when a seller gives false information about condition of vinyl records. It kills trust in honest business. I will not buy anything else from this seller - Mrmagazine.
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By Luc Morin TOP 1000 REVIEWER on Aug. 20 2014
Format: Audio CD
One of his best , also one of the start where AP started to write major hits . Many AP fans love this one . I love The tales of Edgar Allan Poe. A beautiful disc to read to and plain listen to. Strong writing and a style that does not date itself easily. It still sounds fresh and relevant today.

An easy recommendation for folks that are getting started to AP, happy listening.

Cheers
LucM
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Format: LP Record Verified Purchase
I found both this Music On Vinyl pressing and Vulture Culture sounded much better on my system than the CD remaster. Ammonia Avenue always felt like like it sounded wrong on past CD editions. The difference with this pressing is not leaps or bounds but definitely a more tolerable listening experience.
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This CD provides some fine music from "The Alan Parsons Project". The level of Music Production is quite good, the CD arrived in fine condition. This CD is a fine addition to those who are looking to expand their collection of music from "The Alan Parsons Project".
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