This album (actually a imported expanded special edition) came up on my iTunes earlier this evening and brought back memories of the 1980s. It's strange to think that 2014 will be the 30th anniversary of it's release. It holds up relatively well, still catchy in parts while obviously dated in others (e.g. the Ronald Reagan impersonation/intro to "War"). FGTH was definitely a studio band and had little success beyond this their first album but what an album. Anyone else have memories of the 80s, especially Frankie and this album?
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