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Artist IconNazareth
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First Released

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Genre

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1986's "Cinema" sees the return of rifferama, its title track - pounding yet with a light chorus and a symphonic rise - throwing down a gantlet to the unbelievers, while thick rhythm of "Just Another Heartache" brings on a brilliant AOR assault and an update to a certain Bonnie Tyler's cut. But whereas "Other Side Of You" wraps a rockabilly rag in a speedy hard rock foil to a great effect, and the glossy Americana roll of "One From The Heart" has a nice ardor to it, the rock 'n' roll in "Hit The Fan" feels too airy to give one's feet a spin. "Salty Salty" raves nice but its "nah-nah's" come too out-of-place amidst the powerful swing, and "Juliet" didn't stand the test of time in its echo-laden, plastic tension, all the desperation notwithstanding. Yet "White Boy" stakes the heat toward the refrain in the best way possible, the quartet founding their ground to stand it proudly with "A Veterans' Song" which flows like a mist from a loch onto the hills. The route back up is being marked here.
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