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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|
|9. Ammonia Avenue|
2013 Japanese pressing BLU-SPECCD2 scheduled to include bonus material. Sony
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Top Customer Reviews
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.
An easy recommendation for folks that are getting started to AP, happy listening.
Most recent customer reviews
In the 1970's, Alan Parsons released a trio of albums that cleverly combined electronic wizardry and traditional instruments, creating a unique blend of music and effect. Read morePublished on April 23 2009 by Thoth
Track 1 "Prime Time" is the undoubted best with Woolfson and the melodic keys and beat much like earlier Parson's songs. The others are just okay. Read morePublished on May 19 2004 by Black Cat de La Bear
Every time I see "Parsons Ammonia" in the grocery store I think of this album. Good ol' "Alan Parson's Pine Fresh Ammonia Avenue" - that's what we called it... Read morePublished on April 27 2004