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Thread: Celebration of "Long Road Out of Eden"!

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    Administrator sodascouts's Avatar
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    Default Re: Celebration of "Long Road Out of Eden"!

    13 years... wow, wow. wow. Listening to it this weekend as usual. It really is underrated.

    Always in our hearts, Never forgotten

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ive always been a dreamer View Post

    I agree that this album is underrated and underappreciated. I'd bet that if some of these songs had been recorded/released in the 70's, they would be staples on classic rock radio the same as so many other Eagles songs. I think it is an amazing album overall and, of course, am very glad we have it.
    I agree! I love that they didn't try to update their sound and so many of the songs on LROOE would have fit in the 70s, but it doesn't sound dated either.

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    I rented this album from the library back in early October, copied it on to my computer, and am just now giving it a listen. OMG. I absolutely love it! (to be fair I have heard some of these songs on Joe's radio show) I am so buying this when I get some money.

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    I love so many of the songs on this album and agree that it is totally underrated! Happy Birthday to Long Road Out Of Eden.
    'I must be leaving soon... its your world now'
    Glenn Frey 1948-2016 RIP

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    I'm late to this thread, but wow! I can't believe it's been 13 years since LROOE... I loved how refreshing - yet familiar - the sounds were on this album. This was also the first and last tour that I got to see the Eagles live, so it's definitely got a special place in my heart.

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