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Respect rock n roll

Underrated as a great rock n roll band. I loved listening to these guys in the 80s and at that time they were Rock. Despite the bands Duran Duran pop influence these guys rocked. Palmer and the Taylor's and Tony crushing the drums were truly rockin'... They had Power!

couple of 80's big hits.. R.I. P. robert palmer.

some like it hot and bang a gong, power station at it's best. give them credit for doing there thing, in the era where it was approtiate,robert palmer, kinda wish u we're aroundnow to see what material you had for us next. side bare, love your album " double fun", pure genius, not sure how rest of P.S. album holds up, but give it a chance, we owe to this effort to rock and enjoy where ever the chance presents itself, you and Zevon, wish you we're still around to surprise us and entertain us, thanks for the music and all that goes with it, Live on in our musical spirit, " keep on rockin' ".

Funky, Groovy and Delicious!

This is the best pairing of Robert Palmer's voice , John & Andy Taylor (half of Duran Duran) and one funky drummer Tony Curtis of Chic! I wore out this tape back in the day. You ask "What is a tape?l" Right ??


Formed: 1985

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s

Despite Duran Duran ruling the earth by late 1984 (due to countless hits and sold-out tours), the band had completely burned themselves out with a non-stop, grueling work schedule. 1985 was supposed to be a year-long break for its members from band duties, but its five members ultimately formed two separate side-projects: the Power Station, which was comprised of Duranee's John Taylor (bass) and Andy Taylor (guitar), plus solo artist Robert Palmer (vocals) and ex-Chic member Tony Thompson (drums);...
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