This album rocks. Plain and simple. From the catchy "New Moon on Monday" to the mysterious "Seventh Stranger" to the original version of "The Reflex", this album shows Duran Duran's style slightly more matured than the first two albums. By the time this album was released they were riding a wave of global popularity. I wish "Seventh Stranger" had been released as a single, but they chose to go with the more radio-friendly, upbeat songs. I also would have liked to hear "Cracks in the Pavement" as a single, just for the line "Now I'm saying this in private/If I had a car I'd drive it (insane)"!
This album also gets bonus points… Read more