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No Fun Aloud

An album by Glenn Frey

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Slightly Unappreciated

  • Feb 27, 1999
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The music world seems to appreciate Don Henley's solo work as compared to Glenn Frey's and in many respects its quite understandable as Henley's social commentary in many of his songs are quite thought provoking. However, this collection of Glenn's is very overlooked as many fo the love songs are quite soothing. In addition, Glenn explores several interesting styles from the boogie woogie Sea Cruise to the disco flavored Don't Give Up to the gentle I Volunteer. You can't forget the frat house party hearty number.....Partytown. Maybe this disc is not quite up to desert island standards, but it sure is pretty darn good.

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Media Type:CD
Artist:FREY,GLENN
Title:NO FUN ALOUD
Street Release Date:05/24/1994
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Genre:ROCK/POP
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Label: Elektra, Wea
Artist: Glenn Frey
Release Date: May 24, 1994

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