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Electric

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Deep Blue
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Walking Tall
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Find A Way
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China Blue
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Love Rains
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Over You
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Drifters
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Freedom
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Jasmine Flower
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Conquistadora
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 41:56

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This Rocks

Imarocker

I loved Bad Company back in the day, and Paul's solo stuff was really good as well. Wondered how this would be - downloaded the album, and it just rocks! I will be listening to this for a while. If you are a fan, get this.

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a groove that won't quit

rak1793

You all know that Paul Rogers brought Bad Company to the top of the 70's charts. Think that he is all washed up? Think Again. Give this album a listen. Short on time? just listen to "Over You". sit back and enjoy. enjoy. enjoy. enjoy.

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If you didn’t know that Electric was completed in 2000, you could easily assume that it was recorded back in the 1970s. That’s because this solo offering isn’t much different from the recordings that Paul Rodgers made with Bad Company and Free during his youth. Instead of trying to be relevant to the alternative rock scene of 2000 like some veteran rockers have done, Rodgers excels by sticking with what he does best: 1970s-type arena rock that is slick and bluesy at the same time. “Freedom,” “Deep Blue,” “Jasmine Flower,” and other selections don’t break any new ground for the British singer (who wrote and produced all of the material himself), and Electric will hardly be considered cutting-edge by 2000 standards. But Rodgers doesn’t need to be innovative in the 21st century; arena rock is his forte, and on this CD, he sings it with a lot of feeling. Although Electric isn’t quite in a class with Bad Company’s Straight Shooter album of 1975 or Rodgers’ best work with Free in the early 1970s, it’s a respectable, sincere effort that the rocker’s hardcore fans will easily appreciate. – Alex Henderson

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