Label: Bronze - 203 456,Bronze - 203 456-320 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock • Style: Hard Rock, Pop Rock
This album, released around the time of Hensley 's departure from Uriah Heepis a much different affair from his previous solo work.
The end result is an album that offers some strong songs, but lacks the cohesion and consistency necessary for a good album. Some of Always Be Like This - Breakfast Club - Breakfast Club experiments work surprisingly well "Inside The Mystery" effectively contrasts funky, danceable verses with a stately guitar-driven midsectionbut others fall flat.
For instance, the bouncy keyboard pop that drives "The System" does not sit well with its hard-edged cynical lyrics.
The rockers at the songs that work best The Letter - Heyday - Heyday Free Spirit : "Brown Eyed Boy" is a punchy hard-rocker built on hard-driving drumwork from Deep Purple 's Ian Paice and "Telephone" draws much Woman - Ken Hensley - Free Spirit from a well-judged combination of poppy background vocals and chugging guitar riffs.
The ballads, usually a highlight of Hensley 's work, also work nicely on this album: the best example is "Woman," which contrasts moody keyboard-driven verses with pulsating, guitar-fuelled instrumental breaks.
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