Pat Benatar   Seven the Hard Way
Release Date: 1985

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3.0 goodRobbit | July 9th 17

SEVEN THE HARD WAY is a good album (at best) full of glossy, overproduced synth heavy pop/rock fare that seems contrived or just plain uninteresting . The album reached #26 on the Billboard album charts, but just seemed to be a continuation of Pat's gradual creative decline during the 80s. All of the hits here were penned by outside songwriters. Four tracks (none of which I'd consider to be highlights) are collaborations between guitarist Neil Giraldo and drummer Myron Grombacher. Notably, Pat Benatar doesn't earn a single writing credit for this album. At least there is just enough hits here ("Sex As A Weapon", "Le Bel Age" and "Invincible") to barely redeem this album, but it remains something of a disappointment all the same.


3.0 goodMarcus | December 12th 17
2.5 averageAlex61 | December 10th 17
3.5 greatrosinski | September 1st 17
2.0 poorWilsonAlroys | March 22nd 17
5.0 classicpabcel | October 1st 16
2.5 averagediolives80s | April 23rd 16
5.0 classicExopf23 | March 25th 16
4.0 excellentenvychaos | November 28th 15
2.5 averageGetOutOfMyHouse | November 10th 13
1.5 very poormenawati | November 9th 12
4.5 superbabbakid | April 24th 12
2.5 average13themount | January 27th 12
2.5 averageAttyTude | July 30th 11
3.0 goodTheDavey | August 31st 07

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