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“Unquestionably one of Eltons finest and controversally...”

Written on: 12/11/2010

Unquestionably one of Eltons finest and controversally accaimed albums and one that is yet again a masterpeice that highlights the strength and projection in bernies lyrics. Such was a time when bernie highlighted his imaginative and metaphorical skills in songs such as Tower of Babel, Tell me when the whistle blows and the albums only hit, someone saved my life tonight. Some however, my find this album a heavy concept to handle, as it were in the mid 70's when the album became the first to top the billboard charts strait in at No.1, Rock of the Westies followed suit...however not a simular story in the UK where it failed to knock 'The best of Stylitics' of the top spot. Did this album signal a downward trend in his writing patnership?

Certainly ranks as a genial concept masterpeice however it lacks the spirit and energy that thrills Tumbleweed Connection and Goodbye Yellow Brick Road.

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