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I've been rather impressed with Rod Stewart's new album, Time. It's his first album of original material in over a decade and he co-wrote almost all of the songs. I'm only a casual fan, so I don't know if it hits the mark or not for his hardcore fans, but I think that it's a winner. There are some really cheerful songs and also some sad or reflective numbers that are rather touching. Good stuff, if you're into this kind of thing.

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You know the missus bought this and although I'm not a fan of his stuff I thought it was okay. I was pleased to see him moving away from the bar crooner / cover version thing he has had going on for a while.

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Not actually heard this yet, but I've heard it's quite good and a return to form. I like his early stuff from the Faces to his mid 70's output, then it gets a bit messy from then on, until a couple of good discs late 80's. Since then it's all been a bit to crooney for me as Nick says. Will check his new on out though

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I think he's got a great voice, and I love the stuff he did with The Faces .... shame he went through that awful patch in the 80s ...

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