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The Ritchie Family – 1978 - American Generation

The Ritchie Family – 1978 - American Generation

Label: Marlin
Catalog#: MARLIN 2215
Format: Vinyl, LP
Country: US
Released: 1978
Genre: Electronic
Style: Disco
Credits: Producer - Jacques Morali
Notes: Composed & produced by Jacques Morali for Can't Stop Productions
Executive producer: Henri Belolo
Original publisher: Scorpio Music


A1 Big Spender (5:26)
A2 Good In Love (5:03)
A3 Music Man (6:12)
B1 American Generation (5:02)
B2 I Feel Disco Good (6:03)

Codec: Lame 3.92
Quality: CBR, 320kbps, stereo

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Review by http://www.warr.org/ritchie.html

American Generation (1978)

Judging from the cover photo, the vocalists were replaced by identical triplet models. Morali produced and wrote nearly all the tunes, but it seems by now the Village People - more commercial and perhaps closer to his heart - were getting the lion's share of his inspiration. The clear high point is a darkling, clavinet-buoyed cover of "Big Spender." In sharp contrast to the focus and density of Queens, the orchestrations here are unvaried and the lyrical concepts are moronic ("I Feel Disco Good," though it does have a catchy, swooping bridge). The unbearably shrill title track, with a refrain recalling the Four Seasons (Frankie Valli, not Vivaldi) and decorated with tinkling synths, is the nadir. "Big Spender" is better than anything on Bad Reputation, but the full disc is even thinner. (DBW)

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This is still today one of my favourite albums from that time!!

My old LP is worn out and I can't play it any more. Thank you for bringing me back my music!

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