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Great album, but....

This is a powerful, soulful album that rocks hard and ballads movingly. Even though they weren't the hit the record company hoped for, this music stands up well today. Unfortunately, the original version of Apricot Brandy that was on my LP back then has been replaced an "LP version" that buries the distinctive guitar riff too deep in the mix to hear. Still, since you can get it for not much over its price in 1968, you'd be a fool not to get this. Favorite cuts: Along Comes Tomorrow; I Will Serenade You; When You Say You're Sorry.

Love It.

I heard this album when I found it in my mother's vinyl collection. It was amazing. This band deserves more than it should have. Great album. Underated band.


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s

Rhinoceros was a well-planned but poorly executed supergroup whose roots were based in a set of musicians collected by Elektra Records and called Project Supergroup. The record company wanted to mold the highly talented lineup of artists into the next big recording coup of the late '60s. Despite the fact that the band could not live up to the expectations that were raised by Elektra Records' publicity machine, Rhinoceros' contributions to rock still deserve more credit than subsequent rock histories...
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