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4.0 out of 5 stars still rocking the highway
despite what other reviews have said this album is just as good as many of there other albums there are only a couple of songs that are a bit dancey or funky in style the rest of the album is just as rocking as there older material its worth getting if your a big fan of the group
Published on 15 Feb 2011 by PM.GRAY

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2.0 out of 5 stars BTO go off course
Made in 1977, 'Freeways' is an album that helps justify punk rock's mission to sweep away the old guard. Gone is the crunching, bass-heavy rock sound of earlier albums, replaced by a penchant for funk and disco rhythms that don't suit the band. It's particularly excruciating when allied to the cliched sentiment of the opening track, 'Can We All Come Together'. There are...
Published on 1 Oct 2006 by D. J. H. Thorn


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4.0 out of 5 stars still rocking the highway, 15 Feb 2011
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despite what other reviews have said this album is just as good as many of there other albums there are only a couple of songs that are a bit dancey or funky in style the rest of the album is just as rocking as there older material its worth getting if your a big fan of the group
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2.0 out of 5 stars BTO go off course, 1 Oct 2006
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D. J. H. Thorn "davethorn13" (Hull, UK) - See all my reviews
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Made in 1977, 'Freeways' is an album that helps justify punk rock's mission to sweep away the old guard. Gone is the crunching, bass-heavy rock sound of earlier albums, replaced by a penchant for funk and disco rhythms that don't suit the band. It's particularly excruciating when allied to the cliched sentiment of the opening track, 'Can We All Come Together'. There are just three tracks worthy of their place here. The first is the Creedence-like 'Life Still Goes On', not typical but fluid and beaty. The others are the gorgeous 'Down Down' (not the Status Quo song) with its impeccable guitar solo and the title track, the only track which wouldn't sound out of place on the early albums. This album is better avoided.
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5.0 out of 5 stars freeways bachman turner overdrive., 1 Jun 2014
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another excellent album from canadas finest. check out the brilliant tracks just for you and easy groove. superb musicians and song writers.
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3.0 out of 5 stars its ok but not their best, 30 Sep 2013
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Freeways is the last to feature randy bachman,the rest of the band did not like the direction randy was taking,all bar one of the songs are his,it has a certain charm but only for die hard fans like me
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