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  • Audio CD (14 Oct. 1996)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Chrysalis
  • ASIN: B000024NH7
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 128,189 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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If you loved the original - you'll love this. No John Taylor on bass but you get Bernard Edward's last ever recordings, so with Tony Thompson on drums again, the rythmn section is rock solid and tighter than a gnat's chuff. The guitar riffs are big and dumb but it seems like Andy Taylor gave a bit more thought to them this time - even bigger and dumber than the last time. Robert Palmer does what he does and the lyrics are definately not PC but that's what it's all about "check out her anatomy in her trashy lingerie" indeed. "It's a sorry lookin' donut if it doesn't have a hole" what do you mean Robert? Spoilt only by a diabolical cover of Let's Get It On just skip that and check out She Can Rock It or the cheeky classic RnB vibe of Love Conquers all. Topped off with a storming version of George Harrison's Taxman (Sorry Andy - McCartney's solo cannot be bettered) - Here's to the next one - only a few years to wait - Rock On!
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This is a big step forward for the Power Station. As an album it just sounds better and is much more consistent than the first. The lineup is almost the same, John Taylor being replaced by the unbelievably tight Bernard Edwards, who also produced. Lessons learned from the first album have been carried over and the weaknesses avoided.

The album has a good mix of ballads and rockers. The band are all first class players and Robert Palmer, like Tom Jones, can sing anything and make it sound like he wrote it. The production is great, good chunky beefy bottom end, clear vocals and a minimum of guitar overdubbing. I would have loved to have seen this lineup do a live show. Unfortunately the only live recording of the band I have heard to date had the abysmal Micheal Des Barres on vocals, best avoided.

The only track on it which lets the show down is meandering ballad called Love Conquers All. It just does not seem to get going anywhere.

The cover of Taxman is fine, not too far from the orginal, but rocked up somewhat.

So if you like good chunky rock music served up with class, this is one to get.
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I never knew there was a second album by The Power Station until I stumbled across it whilst on the internet - to say I was surprised was an understatement !!! This is a great album but, contrary to other people's reviews, (IMHO) it does NOT surpass the first album - the songs on that first album (and the way they were done) were sublime.

In saying that though, there are some real kickass songs on here with big riffs which are bloody marvellous - "Notoriety," "She Can Rock It," "Living In Fear" and "Dope." A couple of other good tracks are "Shut Up," "Power Trippin'"and "Taxman." The track "Power Trippin'" is really good - funk rock with a great solo in it - its a shame the song seems to fade out a bit too quick (still love it though)!! Andy Taylor's guitaring throughout the album is great. The Rhythm section playing is, of course, excellent and Robert Palmers voice just sets it all up.

Other tracks like "Life Forces" and "I Fancy That" are like a mixture of Palmer and Chic whilst the track "Love Conquers All" is a bluesy ballad song which is a little like something you could imagine Huey Lewis & The News or similar doing :)

All in all, this album is great and gets a solid 8/10 from me. I got the rarer Japanese version with the extra tracks on but, not really worth the extra expenditure for them as they aren't really that good. It's fantastic to hear more tracks from this great band who should've become massive and its a cryin' shame that this album really went un-noticed by the majority of people (including me). The first album still hits the top mark just above this one but, I still recommend anyone into the The Power Station to buy this - its great !!!!!!
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The cynic in me regarded the reforming of Power Station as a
pointless exercise but credit where it's
due, "Living in Fear" beats the pants off it's predecessor.
All of the original songs are strong and impressive as is
the musicianship - Taylor in particular.There are some
interesting influences evident . Zeppelin , grunge even
Metallica! The only bum note is an incongruous and overlong
version of "Let's Get It On". A fan of the original incarnation?
Buy this, be surprised and enjoy !
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I only recently re-discovered the Power Station. Living in Fear is a greatly underrated album and a must for any good music collection.
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