Berlin   Count Three and Pray
Release Date: 1986

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4.0 excellentRobbit | June 9th 16

Produced by Bob Ezrin, COUNT THREE AND PRAY reinvents Berlin as guitar-fueled dance-rock band. John Crawford's synthesizers
still figure heavily in their sound, but are not entirely dominant here. The songwriting is also much improved over the
lackluster LOVE LIFE. These changes might be disarming to fans of their colder more European sounding synth pop and wasn't
received well upon release. Regardless, this is a solidly executed album with an interesting batch of songs. Highlights
for me would include "Like Flames", "You Don't Know", "Take My Breath Away" and the closer "Pink And Velvet", which has
some really fine Gilmour-esque guitar playing by Ric Olsen. I was pleasantly surprised by this album, especially since this
sort of music isn't usually my preferred cup of tea.


3.0 goodPaulDianno | March 28th 17
4.0 excellentBurnCity | February 14th 16
3.5 greatBaldurssohn | December 10th 15
3.0 goodleothelion | October 15th 15
3.0 goodGetOutOfMyHouse | November 10th 13

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