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The Argent Anthology: A Collection of Greatest Hits

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Album Review

At eight tracks, The Argent Anthology: A Collection of Greatest Hits might be a little skimpy, yet it includes all of the band's biggest hits and AOR staples, including "Hold Your Head Up," "Liar," "God Gave Rock and Roll to You," and a reworking of Rod Argent's Zombies hit "Time of the Season."

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Argent Rocks!

I couldn't agree more with everyone else here. But, the real reason nobody listens to Argent is that nobody plays them. No classic rock radio stations, streaming or on the airwaves. That's a real shame. I still have five vinyl albums of theirs: "Argent," "Ring of Hands'" "All Together Now," "In Deep'" and "Circus." Do yourself a favour and seek out as much Argent music as you can find. You won't be disappointed. Hopefully, someday iTunes will compile their own compilations of artists whose material is difficult to acquire in the digital age. In the meantime, feast on these eight songs!

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Great band

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All this stuff is great, but iTunes needs to get more Argent, like their classic 1972 album "All Together Now." If that were on here, I'd buy it in a second.

Biography

Formed: 1969 in England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s

After the Zombies broke up, keyboardist/songwriter Rod Argent formed his own band in 1969, which incorporated more classical, jazz, and art rock influences in accordance with Argent's musical training. The group's other members were guitarist/songwriter Russ Ballard, bassist Jim Rodford, and drummer Bob Henrit. Argent's first two albums, Argent and Ring of Hands, received a fair amount of critical acclaim, but their real breakthrough came with 1972's All Together Now, which contained the Top Five...
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