Category: Classic Rock


  • Datilar
    Apr 15,  · Steely Dan CDs Different Masterings: Can't Buy A Thrill I like Mastering 3. Funny thing, I really, really like the 1st 2 tracks on their 1st Album, nothing after that on Thrill and as for the rest of their catalog the best I can do is tolerate a scant few songs.
  • Yotaxe
    Jan 29,  · "Can't Buy a Thrill" is the debut album by Steely Dan, released in
  • Zulkishura
    1 contributor “Can’t Buy a Thrill” is the debut studio album by the American rock band Steely Dan, released in November by ABC Records. The album was recorded at The Village Recorder in.
  • Fautaxe
    Aug 03,  · Label: MCA Records - MCAD • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Pop Rock, Classic Rock Steely Dan - Can't Buy A Thrill (CD) | Discogs Explore/5(10).
  • Nigami
    Steely Dan; Can’t Buy A Thrill: interesting artwork on the cover; I recognize the first song; I must have heard it before; wow, this album is really good; now I understand why they got famous, because of this first album; I like their other cds ok but they aren’t very good compared to this first album; just finished listening to the whole /5().
  • Kazizahn
    Nov 20,  · In December , one month after releasing their debut album Can’t Buy a Thrill, Steely Dan got eviscerated in the pages of The Los Angeles Times for looking like a bunch of car mechanics who.
  • Nera
    Apr 05,  · The debut studio album by American rock band Steely Dan was titled, “Can’t Buy A Thrill” but the release was thrilling on several counts. It was originally released in November in two-channel stereo as well as in a special four-channel quadraphonic mix.
  • Arashilar
    This was a replacement for a CD that was stolen from me. There are simply some records (and yes, I do have it on vinyl) that are just too good not to listen to when I'm driving sometimes. This one contains some of Steely Dan's best work, and it's always a pleasure to listen to (been doing it for 40 years now!)/5(7).
  • Kegal
    Can’t Buy a Thrill (the title, of course, was lifted from a line in Dylan’s “It Takes a Lot to Laugh”) is distinguished by three top-level cuts and scattered moments of inspiration, but.

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