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Exit the Dragon
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Definitely one of my top ten albums of all time. It runs the gamut of styles, well American Rock from A to Z circa 1960-1985. It's soulful, it rocks and it might just break your heart in places. There's tracks that are pure pop a la the Knack, Weezer might be the more obvious current reference(only classier) but the scope is much more mature than that. It reminds me of Tom Petty in places and I'm not the type of guy who goes in for Classic Rock, buy these 5 CD's, not available in the shops. My tastes are usually a lot louder or lots quieter but this is almost MOR only genius.
Highly recommended. 5 Stars no question.
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These guys were a great band and they released their best when they were at the end of the rope they eventually hung themselves with. The tension and desperation are palpable, particularly on the Eddie Roeser tracks like "This Is No Place" and "Tin Foil." "The Mistake" is a regret-filled dirge about a drug suicide written by the drummer Blackie, who subsequently quit/was fired, allegedly for reasons including his own substance abuse problems. The Nash "Girl, You are a Woman Now" Kato tracks are generally more upbeat and help lift the gloom momentarily, but this one is a delightful downer(think Big Star's "Third/Sisters Lovers" or Sly's "Riot" but not as good).
I saw these guys in Athens, GA at the 40 Watt on the "Saturation" tour and I can attest that they were the real deal. They hit the stage barechested and wearing giant "UO" gold medallions around their necks. Too bad they had their chance when it was becoming uncool to act like rock stars.
So buy a copy now because I think its out of print and it will probably be worth BIG BUCKS someday...or maybe not, but you can still listen to it and think about how little you paid for so much listening pleasure.
10 years later, listening to ETD, it's even better then it was when I first bought it. "The Break", "The Mistake", "Monopoly" are just as great as when I first heard them. Though they have been pretty much forgotten by todays music lovers I will always love this little piece of musical heaven. I have heard they are launching a comeback. If they are I would be extremely excited to pick up anything new from UO.