In a new album Take Me to Your Leader was released. Recorded by the core band of Brock/Davey/Chadwick, contributors included new keyboardist Jason Stuart, Arthur Brown, tabloid writer and TV personality Matthew Wright, s New Wave singer Lene Lovich, Simon House and Jez Huggett. This was followed in by the CD/DVD Take Me to Your.
The music on this classic late '70s album speaks for itself. "Feels Like The First Time" and "Cold As Ice" are the top 10 rockers that everybody knows from this album. For sure, they stand the test of time. To me, some of the other tracks are even more impressive /5().
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"Take Me to Your Leader' had a lot of fans hoping for a real comeback. Unfortunately, the time was still not right. The album starts out with a re-make of "Spirit of the Age", originally co-written by Dave Brock and Robert Calvert who passed away in This new recording features vocals by .
Here are I.M.H.O. the best albums of (LPs and 12“ EPs). To satisfy my own curiosity I have researched if any of the albums or their related singles were hits or near hits in the USA or UK, and for those that made the national album or single charts in either country, the rock or dance charts in the USA or the independent charts in the UK, I listed their peak charting.