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1 1/2 / Vinyl record [Vinyl-LP]

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4.0 out of 5 stars Hip Level Nov. 28 2009
Format:Audio CD
Excellent 80's album well worth a listen. Roger Glover updated his sound that is now hip with the addition of slick guitar work with synth rock. A smooth breakaway from Deep Purple. I enjoyed it! All 8 tracks on this album are fun, slick & hip! Obvious hits: Divide World should have had more radio airplay as does Getting Stranger. Pick it up!
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3.0 out of 5 stars A few diamonds in the rough May 23 2005
By Michael Paulsen - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
Mask is Roger Glover's 3rd solo album -- finally reissued on CD -- and it's pretty typical mid-80's AOR (album-oriented rock) fare, but it contains two lost gems highly worthy of praise: "Divided World" and "The Mask". "Divided World" is by far the most infectious song on the album and should have received more airplay back in the day, however the slightly ominous and funky title track did get its share of airplay and rotation on MTV. "Divided World" is reminiscent of The Police and power popsters The Producers, featuring some great harmonies in the chorus. "Getting Stranger" is another lesser single from the album that is noteworthy. The rest is unfortunately not particularly engaging, including an obligatory rocker ("Dancin' Again") and some reggae-inflected tunes ("Fake It","Don't Look Down"). Still, this reissue is worth owning for the solid 3 opening songs.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Glover's solo work always surprisingly good Sept. 23 2008
By R. Baxendale II - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Several times between 1983 and 1985 I was asked to work at one of my employer's branch offices for a day. In each case, the day in question turned out to be that day; fourteen hours later I'd find myself driving home after flying to Salt Lake City or Phoenix, making half a dozen sales calls, then flying back to Denver. I was on one of these trips in early 1984, sitting in my rental car killing time before my flight home, when I heard "The Mask." I was surprised to learn that the song was Roger Glover's, but not the least bit surprised when it became a minor hit. Glover dabbled in the production side of the music business, working with a variety of new bands when not playing bass with Deep Purple. In 1988, Glover and Purple pal Ian Gillan released Accidentally on Purpose, a singular LP that contains "She Took My Breath Away," "Via Miami," and the prophetic "Telephone Box" (to which cell phone junkies everywhere should take a good, hard listen).
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5.0 out of 5 stars Old, new format Jan. 8 2013
By Mark - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
Have it on vinyl. Got the CD because I am a hard copy kinda guy and you can't play a record in the car.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Totally Satisfied Nov. 10 2006
By Rdavid Lovett - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Once again Amazon came through for me. It was the only place I could find this item. I didn't even think it was available on CD.Totally happy. Thanks Amazon!
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