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Album Review

Player epitomized what mainstream soft pop/rock was all about in the late '70s — and that was the sound of Los Angeles. The band's self-titled debut followed through on the promise of their debut hit single, "Baby Come Back," particularly on "This Time I'm in It for Love," but also with its abundant offering of mellow keyboards, layered harmonies, and spacious production. This was laid-back but engaging, and the band displayed some serious musical chops, occasionally sounding like a sweet, streamlined Steely Dan. Some of the same characteristics were evident on their next record, Danger Zone, but as that title illustrates, this was a tougher affair. From the beginning, heavy guitars are pushed to the forefront, and this is no mistake — Player is playing harder this time around, adding a little bit of metal and a little bit of prog to their basic sound. This isn't entirely a bad thing — and it's close to what Ambrosia was doing around the same time — but it doesn't have the ease of the first album. Also, the songs aren't quite as consistent this time around, with some sounding a little unfocused because of the group's new ambitions. Still, it's not a bad record, highlighted by the singles "Prisoner of Your Love" and "Silver Lining." In a sense, it's the flip side of the debut — where that record captured the sun-kissed sound of Californian pop, this illustrates what progressive FM-oriented pop/rock usually sounded like.

Customer Reviews

Player is great !

Just a really great album ! I just want to be with you is a absolutely amazing song !

Danger Zone, Peter Beckett
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