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As a life-long AP fan, I was pretty excited to find this release last night, albeit just a two-track offering. I've had a chance to listen to it a few times now and digest both tracks, and I'm left feeling a little disappointed if I'm brutally honest.

I'll start with the second track, Alpha Centauri. If you know APP, then you will no doubt recognise this as being an almost exact clone of Sirius, with a keyboard replacing the very memorable opening guitar riff. Granted, it breaks off from this after a while, but rather than making me feel this was a great new track that I wanted to listen to again and again, it left me wanting to dig out my Eye In The Sky album and listen to Sirius.

As far as 'All Our Yesterdays' is concerned, if I didn't already know Alan Parsons work I would have dismissed him as being a mediocre artist, at best. I'm not sure what it is about the track, as the constituent parts would all imply that this would be a great song, but it isn't. The opening is strong, but when the vocals kick in it all falls apart for me. I guess that the vocal duties were taken on by AP himself, but the doubling / harmonies just seems to be slightly off, making it sound like a rough demo track. I'd rather have heard this track with a guest vocalist, I think.

I'll continue supporting AP, and every new release will always a big event for me, but on this occasion unfortunately I was left feeling a little disappointed.


I really like all our yesterdays. It was written by Alan as part of The art and science of sound recording project. A lot of us wanted to get the finished song and so I think that's why it was released. I got a free zip file of it as an assr buyer but couldn't open it and so I bought it from Itunes and I'm not disappointed I've played it a lot the musicians are first class. Top job.


Born: 20 December 1948 in London, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

As indicated by its name, the Alan Parsons Project was not a band so much as a concept overseen by the titular Parsons, a successful producer and engineer. Born in Britain on December 20, 1948, he began his musical career as a staff engineer at EMI Studios, and first garnered significant industry exposure via his work on the Beatles' 1969 masterpiece, Abbey Road. Parsons subsequently worked with Paul McCartney on several of Wings' earliest albums;...
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All Our Yesterdays - Single, Alan Parsons
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  • £1.49
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: 15 June 2010

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