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Italian Albums Chart . Japanese Albums Chart . Both Timothy B. Schmit, and Joe Walsh stepped up to the plate and put out two of the finest tracks on that album Hotel California is great too in my book. Ben L. James West: It's their second best album behind Hotel. It's gotten better with its age and mine! Heartache Tonight and In The City are the standout tracks but the competition to be a standout track on this album was never a tough call.
My verdict: egos got bigger than The Eagles on this one. Jim Linning: The Eagles only ever made one good album There, I've said it! This album never appeared on my 19 year old radar when it came out, and listening again nowadays with more mature AOR attuned ears Tom Dee: Got this on vinyl when it came out.
Thought it was a good album at the time. Just listened to it after many years and it sounds so dated and boring. It is not a classic album as this forum suggests. Still, a couple of good songs that stand out - King of Hollywood and The Sad Cafe - but it's generally mundane stuff. I could never get on with Timothy B Schmit being in the band.
They had a rougher edge with Randy Meisner and I like his ballads better on the earlier albums. As someone else has said, On the Border is a great album from the early years. Doug Foster: Starts off strong, but I have a tough time making it all the way through it anymore.
A solid half-album, hard to believe it took two years and so many songwriters and this was the best they could do. Of course, the audio of Felder and Frey yelling at each other onstage on this tour is a fantastic listen. I have never made the mistake of comparing it to Hotel California - as it will come off second best every time. Rather judge it on its own merits. Rolling Stone. Log In.
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King of Hollywood. Heartache Tonight. Those Shoes. Teenage Jail. The Sad Cafe. Joe Walsh 's "In the City" was up to his usual standard, but it may not even have been an Eagles recording, having appeared months earlier on the soundtrack to The Warriors, where it was credited as a Walsh solo track.