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Parsons, Alan - 1996 On Air
For the best part of 25 years, I've had a soft spot for the music and creative wisdom of Alan Parsons. Both as a musician and producer, Alan has left a legacy which is the envy of many in the rock world.

Parsons, Alan - 1999 The Time Machine
1999's 'The Time Machine' is Alan Parsons third solo effort with team-mates Ian Bairnson and Stuart Elliot joining in the futuristic fun and games.

Parsons, Alan (Project) - 1977 I Robot
Perhaps considered to be his darkest album, when one looks at the theme, lyrics, and musical bombast used throughout. The theme (in a nutshell), sees the rise of the robot, and demise of man, where man has created the robot in his image.

Parsons, Alan (Project) - 1978 Pyramid
There are times when an escape from the current-day rubbish that passes for music in 2009 is warranted. An escape for me is a timeshift back to 1978 to listen to this fabulous album from the posse that call themselves the Alan Parsons Project.

Parsons, Alan (Project) - 1982 Eye In The Sky
Up to this point Alan Parsons and company had been consistently releasing high quality albums based on obscure concepts and this was their sixth album in as many years, not to mention their most successful. The success of the title track helped the album go platinum and was easily the peak for the band.

Parsons, Alan (Project) - 1987 Gaudi
Though short on songs, it is typical symphonic rock of the era (it was the mid 80's after all!), and on this album, they celebrate the life and times of Catalan architect Antonio Gaudi. Born in 1852, this Spanish builder/architect was literally a man ahead of his time.