The Power Station - The Power Station 33 1/3 [Capitol Records SJ 1-12380] (25 March 1985)

Released: 25 March 1985
Country: US
Label: Capitol Records
Catalog: SJ 1-12380
Genre: Rock, Pop

Item# SR-CASJ112380
Ratings: C=NM-; LP=NM-

Note: Club issue R-123577

T R A C K L I S T:
01 Some Like It Hot
02 Murderess
03 Lonely Tonight
04 Communication
05 Get It On (Bang A Gong)
06 Go To Zero
07 Harvest For The World
08 Still In Your Heart

The Power Station 33 1/3
The Power Station

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Album Review

Stephen Thomas Erlewine []

Under the direction of guitarist Andy Taylor, the Power Station is an attempt to break free from the constraints of Duran Duran's polished synth pop, adding elements of funk, courtesy of Chic drummer Tony Thompson, as well as straight-ahead hard rock, courtesy of vocalist Robert Palmer. Everything is polished with a glossy sheen, which makes the record sound quite similar to Duran Duran, although without their sense of popcraft. Only the cover of T. Rex's ''Get It On (Bang a Gong)'' and the single ''Some Like It Hot'' work up enough energy to make them memorable, as most of the album falls flat.