Album Reviews of the 80s

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Chicago, "Chicago 17" / 1984 Review by: Paul Mendoza
The best album that Chicago did in the 80's, but unfortunately Peter Cetera's last with the group. "Hard Habit To Break", in my opinion, rivals "I'm A Man" as the best song the group did that they didn't write. Aside from the usual hits, "We Can Stop The Hurtin'" and "Remember The Feeling" are unheralded gems. "You're The Inspiration" is probably their most famous ballad - I didn't like it much at first, but I did on repeated listens. An album that's hard to miss.

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