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TRACK LISTING: 01 She Looks A Lot Like You * 02 Here They Come * 03 19 * 04 Without You * 05 Nobodys Fool * 06 When She Puts You Down * 07 Someone (Not Me) * 08 When Will I See You Again * 09 Summer * 10 Feeling This Way
Background The Wichita Kansas based band Clocks, arrived on the 1982 scene, and immediately got lost in the pop rock shuffle of the era. Produced by Mike Flicker (Heart), this one-off album by the band has some nice moments, which fuses the styles of numerous other acts from that same imprint in time. A combination of The Cars, Tommy Tutone, The Romantics being good indicators. Their song 'She Looks A Lot Like You' was released as a 7" single, and did ok on the US charts at the time, though personally I don't remember them at the time. Not much has been written about them over the years, apart from a short review in Issue #2 of AOR Classics magazine.
Here's a neat little summary of Clocks wrapped up in a video from Morty over at unknown80s.blogspot.com.
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on July 25, 2009 ·
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It's really strange with Renaissance. Some of their releases have very good quality (The Shooting Star and 707 remasters), others sound like ass (Charlie etc.) It's always some kind of a hit-and-miss affair...
Even with an LP source or poor master, with today's tech abilities there really is no reason for thier CD's to sound as bad as they do. Either they (Renaissance) are tone deaf, or they just don't give a shit.