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Long Road Out of Eden

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Download links and information about Long Road Out of Eden by Eagles. This album was released in 2007 and it belongs to Rock, Country, Pop genres. It contains 20 tracks with total duration of 01:30:41 minutes.

Artist: Eagles
Release date: 2007
Genre: Rock, Country, Pop
Tracks: 20
Duration: 01:30:41
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. No More Walks In the Wood 2:00
2. How Long 3:16
3. Busy Being Fabulous 4:20
4. What Do I Do With My Heart 3:54
5. Guilty of the Crime 3:43
6. I Don't Want to Hear Anymore 4:21
7. Waiting In the Weeds 7:46
8. No More Cloudy Days 4:03
9. Fast Company 4:00
10. Do Something 5:12
11. You Are Not Alone 2:22
12. Long Road Out of Eden 10:16
13. I Dreamed There Was No War 1:37
14. Somebody 4:09
15. Frail Grasp On the Big Picture 5:46
16. Last Good Time In Time 7:07
17. I Love to Watch a Woman Dance 3:16
18. Business As Usual 5:31
19. Center of the Universe 3:42
20. It's Your World Now 4:20

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This album is Mastered for iTunes. Their first album since 1994's Hell Freezes Over finds the desperados in fine form, despite Don Felder's departure. The opening cut proves that Eagles can still soar those lofty harmonies like nothing's changed. But it's the catchy twang-rocker "How Long" that unlocks the time portal to the ‘70s, giving the song a faded denim shirt and long hair. It sounds reminiscent of their old J.D. Souther penned hit "Take It Easy" because they hired Souther to write this one too. Actually, most of these songs invoke bits of the Eagles' past, giving fans what they want by mining the tones and melodies of yesteryear. The warm Rhodes keys and Timothy B. Schmit's androgynous inflections in "I Don't Want To Hear Anymore" recalls 1979's soft rock hit "I Can't Tell You Why." And it's hard to listen to the sultry "Frail Grasp On the Big Picture" without thinking of 1977's "Life In The Fast Lane." Even the acoustic picking in "Center of the Universe" summons a "Hotel California" vibe. The title track begins with a Middle Eastern-inspired intro and unfolding lyrics that touch on the troubled times of the Dubya administration, but it still resonates with the comforting familiarity of songs recorded when Jimmy Carter held office.