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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Good, But Not Quite His Best

    Thompson is in good form here and this CD is by no means a failure. However, there does not seem to be the one or two knockout songs like When the Spell is Broken or Hand of Kindness I usually find on his albums. Guns Are The Tounges is the most ambitous track but even it lacks that extra spark. Still, this is grown-up rock with great guitar and Thompson fans will enjoy it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Classic Thompson

    Finally, we get to hear the tracks RT took out for a test drive back in his Summer '04 Tour through the upper Midwest. "Johnny's Far Away" was as good as I remember hearing live. "Mr. Stupid..." still cracks me up. "Needle and Thread" is an excellent opening track, but the two best tracks - by a long stretch - are "Take Care the Road You Choose" and my favorite, "Guns are the Tongues". Only RT can combine "twine the laurel in your hair" with "marvelled how far his boots flew". The man is still THE rock lyricist and guitarist, without peer. The first single - "Dad's Gonna Kill Me" is trite leftist anti-war twaddle, ironically a song of a CD, Sharia Law would not allow. This is one of the Top 10 CDs of 2007.

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