Even at this time full of hip hop and bad taste, we can hear good bands ... which sadly no longer exist. Fandango was the project of Nick Simper, original member of Deep Purple (a great musician undervalued and ignored by the media) that followed Warhorse, another great project that failed commercially (but musically was excellent). In Fandango was again with his Warhorse old friends, guitarist Peter Parks and original drummer Mac Poole. They joined at the singer Jim Proops and with this formation they recorded two albums that appear in this good edition of the label Angel Air.
Slipstreamig gives us a good dose of the best hard rock of the '80s, for moments close to heavy metal, with a crushing rhythmic, the spirit of Ritchie Blackmore flying over the Parks style and scratchy throat of Proops provided the adecuate rocker tone. Future Times is more varied, more soft in their sound, with some "poppy" times and even not deprive us of some ballads, even if it is more conventional that Slipstreming, but still has good moments.
In summary, two very significant albums for those who love the music well done, even in times like this, deprived of divine light.