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Addictions, Vol. 2

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Album Review

Apart from "I Didn't Mean to Turn You On," there are no big hits on Addictions, vol. 2, only album tracks and failed singles, all of which are quite good. Many of the tracks have been remixed, remade, or have new vocal tracks.

Customer Reviews

A rock 'n' soul genius revisits his past!

Volume 1 collected most of Robert's biggest hits. Volume 2 is packed full of lesser-known but crucial singles, mostly from his 70's period. This is a fascinating second look at those songs that Robert tweaked, remixed, re-voiced, & re-constructed to bring them up to speed. While fans maight argue that those songs needed no improvement, Robert explains in the extensive liner notes (in the CD booklet) that these are improvements on recording flaws that he wasn't happy with at the time of release. Buy the physical cd for Robert's notes, & you will appreciate the changes he made to each song. Excellent collection!

Biography

Born: January 19, 1949 in Batley, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

The career of blue-eyed soul singer Robert Palmer was a study in style versus substance. While the performer's earliest work won praise for its skillful assimilation of rock, R&B, and reggae sounds, his records typically sold poorly, and he achieved his greatest notoriety as an impeccably dressed lounge lizard. By the mid-'80s, however, Palmer became a star, although his popularity owed less to the strength of his material than to his infamous music videos: taking their cue from the singer's...
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