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Don't Look Back [Import, Limited Edition, Original recording remastered]

Boston Audio CD
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1. Don't Look Back
2. Journey
3. It's Easy
4. Man I'll Never Be
5. Feelin' Satisfied
6. Party
7. Used to Bad News
8. Don't Be Afraid

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Exclusive Japanese limited edition digitally remastered reissue of this 1978 album, packaged in a miniature LP sleeve. The sophomore album by mastermind Tom Scholz's Classic Rock legends features eight tracks including 'Feelin' Satisfied' and the title track. Sony. 2006.

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CD ALBUM

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5.0 out of 5 stars My personal favorite Boston album June 21 2004
Format:Audio CD
Boston's second album Don't Look Back was rush-released in August of 1978. The album was the follow-up to the mammoth selling debut which has sold to date 17 million in the US alone and the pressure was on guitarists Tom Scholz(whom also wrote all the songs) and Barry Goudreau, vocalist Brad Delp, bassist Fran Sheehan and drummer Sib Hashian to deliver an album equal of its predecessor. While they were slowly trying to complete the album, Epic/CBS wanted a blockbuster for the last quarter of 1978. Despite Scholz's objections that he was not finished, seeing as the album is only 33 minutes long, CBS literally took the tapes and released Don't Look Back. The album stormed right to #1 on Billboard and sold FOUR million in its first month. Don't Look Back was the first Boston album I ever got which was the day after Christmas in 1986 and I played this baby constantly in elementary school whilst most of my fellow then-fifth graders were digging forgettable dribble like Europe and Bon Jovi, and it still sounds fresh today. Every song is excellent, it's difficult to say which one is my favorite. I would give the edge to A Man I'll Never Be which was a great epic which is such a beautiful song. The title track and Feelin' Satisfied are still rock radio staples and kick-ass songs. The closing Don't Be Afraid was a great way to close this superb album. If you like the first album, get this album too. Highly recommended!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Boston's best album hand's down May 30 2004
Format:Audio CD
Boston's second album Don't Look Back was rush-released in August of 1978. The album was the follow-up to the mammoth selling debut which has sold to date 17 million in the US alone and the pressure was on guitarists Tom Scholz(whom also wrote all the songs) and Barry Goudreau, vocalist Brad Delp, bassist Fran Sheehan and drummer Sib Hashian to deliver an album equal of its predecessor. While they were slowly trying to complete the album, Epic/CBS wanted a blockbuster for the last quarter of 1978. Despite Scholz's objections that he was not finished, seeing as the album is only 33 minutes long, CBS literally took the tapes and released Don't Look Back. The album stormed right to #1 on Billboard and sold FOUR million in its first month. Don't Look Back was the first Boston album I ever got which was the day after Christmas in 1986 and I played this baby constantly in elementary school whilst most of my fellow then-fifth graders were digging forgettable dribble like Europe and Bon Jovi, and it still sounds fresh today. Every song is excellent, it's difficult to say which one is my favorite. I would give the edge to A Man I'll Never Be which was a great epic which is such a beautiful song. The title track and Feelin' Satisfied are still rock radio staples and kick-ass songs. The closing Don't Be Afraid was a great way to close this superb album. If you like the first album, get this album too. Highly recommended!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Boston's Best, Period Sept. 27 2003
By S.B.
Format:Audio CD
I have to agree with some of the reviewers here. This IS Boston's best album, imo, and has always been extremely underrated. Yes, I own all 6 of their albums, and I love them all for what they are worth, but this one is worth its weight in gold.
From 'Don't Look Back' to 'Don't Be Afraid', every song on this release is excellently done. I find it ironic that Tom Scholz has been quoted as saying that this is the least favorite of all his releases, but he was also quoted as saying that his favorite Boston song is on this album: 'The Journey'.
This album might as well be called 'Boston II', for several reasons. All of the music carries the same spirit as the first album, and with good cause. This was the last album in which the original members played (Delp, Scholz, Sheehan, Gordreau and Hashib), and it was the last album in which Scholz used the old Marshall/tube amps and power soak technology.
5 out of 5 stars. I recommend this album as required listening for any Boston fan. If you can get it on vinyl, the older, rawer sound or the original release before Scholz remastered it for CD is even better. I have this album on both formats.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Look Back and Feel Satisfied Jan. 22 2004
By Charlie
Format:Audio CD
Very similar in sound to their debut album, but the mood is a little more mellow. The production with the multi layered guitars, great vocals and vocal harmonies and excellent drumming are all still there as in the first record, but with a track like the brilliant ballad "A Man I'll Never Be" there is something that did not appear on the almost non stop rocking first album.
This album should be considered essential for those fans of classic '70's rock. The title track is one of the all time great rock tunes, with a lead run that just makes the hair on the back of my neck stand on end. Other stand out tracks are "Feelin'Satisfied" and "Don't Be Afraid".
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5.0 out of 5 stars A Strong Follow Up to the Debut Smash Dec 11 2003
Format:Audio CD
Close on the heels of their record-breaking debut release, Boston followed up with this highly successful sequel cd. Although not as critically acclaimed as the "Boston" album, "Don't Look Back" is very good in its own right. Once again, Brad Delp's incredible vocals shine through on the title track as well as my favorites "Its Easy" and "Feelin Satisfied". The late 70s and early 80s was the era of the great arena rock bands, and Boston was at the top of the list. This is a first-rate cd with searing guitars and top notch keyboards from Tom Scholz and the boys. Buy this great cd and take a trip back in time to the great arena rock days.
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