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Posted October 1, 2010
Well, now I know why this album went straight to No.1 like "Captain" did at its release date a few months ago in 1975. By that period you couldn't whisper without hearing Elton John's name. This album shows a more mature Elton sound with the new band but it never loses the spark and magic that remarked his music and style, only this time is more polished rather than the older days. All the numbers are original and make very pleasant listening. The best tracks of the album are: "Dan Dare", "Grow some funk of your own", "I feel like a bullet", "Street kids" and "Feed me". By the way it's great to reminisce two bonus tracks that seems time had forgotten, but here they are as fresh and new as ever: "Sugar on the floor" and "Planes", both terrific and original. If albums like "Honky Chateau" or "Goodbye yellow brick road" are decisive on every Elton John collection, this one must be included seriously. One of his best ever!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.