10 Songs, 46 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

No longer humble country-rockers, the Eagles sound like superstars on their second round of hits. With the addition of madman guitarist Joe Walsh, rockers like "Heartache Tonight" and "Victim of Love" have a decadent swagger. The group’s wall of guitars gives the social commentary of “Hotel California” a cinematic quality. And they could still break hearts with those pristine harmonies; closing the set with the mournful "After the Thrill Is Gone" feels like a comment on the band's then-recent breakup.

EDITORS’ NOTES

No longer humble country-rockers, the Eagles sound like superstars on their second round of hits. With the addition of madman guitarist Joe Walsh, rockers like "Heartache Tonight" and "Victim of Love" have a decadent swagger. The group’s wall of guitars gives the social commentary of “Hotel California” a cinematic quality. And they could still break hearts with those pristine harmonies; closing the set with the mournful "After the Thrill Is Gone" feels like a comment on the band's then-recent breakup.

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