16 Songs, 1 Hour 8 Minutes


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4.1 out of 5
28 Ratings
28 Ratings

Alan Parsons Project


This album is from 1979 - but still great to listen to. It has a mix of rock and electric. Almost all songs on this album are good. Check it out!

One of the Top 3 Albums from the Alan Parson's Project

Northlands Catamount

This album, though done before the watershed "Eye in the Sky" work, is in my opinion the third best collaboration done by the group known as The Alan Parson's Project (The top two in my opinion being "Turn of a Friendly Card" and the more famous "Eye In the Sky"). As with other A.P.P albums, an overlying theme permeates the music in this effort: The songs express the ongoing differences between man and woman. How both cannot live with, or without each other. The misunderstandings, arguments, the ongoing sexual tension and perhaps the ultimate realization that man and woman not only define themselves, but each other. From the jaunty, womanizing "Lie Down With Dogs" to the maneating revenge "Winding Me Up" and ultimately the shared romantic confusion of the sexes with "Damned if I Do" these songs will probably take you though a voyage of many a failed romance, awkward moment, or even triumphant voyage through the world of love, sex, games, heartbreak and euphoria.

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I have this album on vinyl and CD. Don't buy this here, it's crap. The fidelity of half of the songs is terrible

If you're like me and have the record you will be terribly disappointed.

About The Alan Parsons Project

Engineer/producer Alan Parsons and his colleague, songwriter and lyricist Eric Woolfson, formed the Alan Parsons Project in 1975. Throughout their career, the Alan Parsons Project recorded concept albums (including adaptations of Poe and Asimov books) with a revolving cast of session musicians. Released in 1982, Eye in the Sky was their greatest success; the title track charted in the Top Ten on the pop charts and the album went platinum. Although they weren't able to repeat that success, the group maintained a devoted cult audience, even after they stopped recording following 1987's Gaudi. ~ TiVo Staff




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