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The dreamy slow dance, "island in the sun" aura title track, written by Gus Kahn in 1935, serves as a soft introduction and interlude to what later follows.
"Hyperactive", which became the third single, has a partial melody that sounds like Madonna's "Angel", beginning as it does with Tony Thompson's power drums, Chic co-founder and Power Station producer Bernard Edwards' bass, and Eddie Martinez's crunchy guitars. The woman mentioned in the song is an energetic powerhouse, surprising the narrator, who seems to have a pulse on the corporate world (stock in IBM) and global-minded (a date for lunch in Singapore).
Then comes "Addicted To Love" with vocal arrangements done by Chaka Khan, Thompson's pounding power drums, rhythm keyboards, and the snarling fiery guitar solo his Power Station colleague Andy Taylor, by then late of Duran Duran. The comparison of love to a drug is given in some pointedly clever lyrics: "A one-track mind; you can't be saved/Oblivion is all you crave/If there's some left for you/you don't mind if you do/Oh, you'd like to think you're immune to the stuff, oh yeah."
His cover of blues man Earl King's "Trick Bag" gets a light synth treatment while maintaining the semblance of the original blues motif.Read more ›
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"Riptide" is Palmer's commcercial breakthrough and with his
sexy MTV video classic for the the tough-rocking pop/rock of "Addicted To Love" or the Janet... Read more
"Addicted to love" and "I didn't mean to turn you on" were both top ten singles. Read morePublished on Nov. 3 2002 by whatever
Truth be told, Palmer isn't really a rock artist. His pop instincts and lover boy posturing have more in common with Frank Sinatra than Buddy Holly. Read morePublished on July 22 2002 by The Orange Duke
A great album featuring some of Robert's best known hits including, "I Didn't Mean To Turn You On", "Addicted To Love" and "Riptide". Read morePublished on Feb. 28 2001
one of his better albums as a whole: from start to finish this maintains the tempo, mood, and style that we have come to expect and love robert for, complete with a reprise!Published on Sept. 23 2000 by Account Killer
This album ranks as one of my favorite albums from anyone... clearly an 80's classic, up there with Duran Duran's "Rio" album. Read morePublished on Jan. 22 2000 by Dr. Peter D.