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Chameleon - 1981 Chameleon
There is a school of thought amongst some members of the AOR fraternity that this band are undeserving of their status as minor AOR legends. However, judging by the fact that their albums have been snapped up by eager collectors more quickly than condoms in a brothel, then this is obviously the opinion of a tiny minority.

Chameleon - 1982 Techno-Color
'Techno-color' was their second outing and followed hot on the heels of their self-titled debut released in 1981, which showed great potential. However 'Techno-color' earned them promotion into AOR's premier league not least because it exhibited an altogether heavier, more bombastic attitude, though still retaining the slightly quirky approach of their debut.

Chameleon - 1983 Balance
Those expecting a repeat performance of the bombastic AOR showcased on 'Techno-color' will be disappointed (as indeed I was initially). 'Balance' is more diverse than Chameleon's previous offerings, covering am eclectic mix of musical styles encompassing along the way New Wave, AOR and keyboard dominated pop influences.

McNeill, Dugan - 1989 In The Velvet Night
The music here is a cross between bands like Simple Minds or U2 on one edge of the spectrum, while Glass Tiger sits at the other end.

 
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