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Going Through The Motions - Kansas - Drastic Measures


2011
Label: Epic - EICP 20081 • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Unofficial Release • Country: Russia • Genre: Rock • Style: Hard Rock
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Drastic Measures is the ninth studio album by American rock band Kansasreleased in The shift in direction that Kansas took Going Through The Motions - Kansas - Drastic Measures Vinyl Confessions took its toll before recording began on this album. After hearing that Christian fans of Kansas were using lyrics from Vinyl Confessions in religious tracts and handing them out prior to the band's live appearances, violinist Robby Steinhardt grew tired of Kansas' new Christian affiliation and quit the band at the end of the tour.

Despite the success of Vinyl Confessions, both among mainstream and Christian audiences, the album was criticized in some quarters — especially by Rolling Stone — for being too repetitive of Kansas' prior efforts. Because the sound of Adrian Barron - Flashback Measures is more akin to the successful records that Loverboy and Foreigner were putting out at the time, Livgren was greatly displeased.

This is bluntly expressed in his lyrics for "Mainstream", which are as much a criticism of the band's new direction as they are a slam at the music industry in general. With the exception of the last three songs on the record, any Christian lyrical content Going Through The Motions - Kansas - Drastic Measures mostly indirect and oblique, although this was primarily due to Livgren holding back a number of songs for his future projects.

Combined with a strange choice for an album cover, the new Kansas presented on Drastic Measures confused long-time fans and disappointed Christian listeners. Kansas officially disbanded after giving a New Year's Eve concert at the end of their tour, [2] although Ehart, Williams, and Elefante stayed to record the song "Perfect Lover" for The Best of Kansas compilation album. Livgren and Dave Hope left the band to found ADwhile Elefante went on to become a successful producer of contemporary Christian music bands like Petra as well as a popular CCM performer in his own right; as of he has never performed with Kansas again.

One of the first rock videos along with " Beat It " and " New Frontier " to be blown up to 35mm film and exhibited in movie theaters as a trailer, the music video for " Fight Fire with Fire ", directed by Dominic Orlando, was released theatrically across the U. The song reached No. The album was recorded mixed and mastered digitally on Livgrens Synclavier tapeless studio. All tracks are written by John Elefante and Dino Elefante except where noted.

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By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Hard rockarena rockChristian rock. Kansas and Neil Kernon. Vinyl Confessions Drastic Measures Ballolog I - Various - Der Spielmacher Best of Kansas Kerry Livgren. Album Year Chart Position Billboard US [5].

Singles Year Title Chart Position Mainstream Rock Tracks US [3]. Billboard Hot US [4].


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7 thoughts on “ Going Through The Motions - Kansas - Drastic Measures

  1. Nov 13,  · Drastic Measures is an album that Kansas fans dont seem to care for too much. I didn't use to but over the years its grown on me. I loved their previous album Vinyl Confessions because it sounded like classic Kansas, this time they had a new sound that took some getting used to/5(43).
  2. Drastic Measures is the ninth studio album by American rock band Kansas, released in The shift in direction that Kansas took with Vinyl Confessions took its toll before recording began on this album. After hearing that Christian fans of Kansas were using lyrics from Vinyl Confessions in religious tracts and handing them out prior to the band's live appearances, violinist Robby Genre: Hard rock, arena rock, Christian rock.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Carrollton Pressing Vinyl release of Drastic Measures on Discogs/5(67).
  4. Going through the motions. While the previous two albums were weak, the present one is the weakest in the entire Kansas catalogue. Drastic Measures is the second, and last, album with John Elefante on vocals, before Steve Walsh would return to the band again/5.
  5. Going Through the Motions Lyrics: Standing in line / At the usual time / With a dollar and a dime / Are you going through the motions? / Do you wear the latest style? Drastic Measures Kansas.
  6. Feb 28,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Kansas - Drastic Measures at Discogs. Complete your Kansas collection/5().
  7. In that attempt, Kansas turned toward more of a hard rock/heavy metal sound. But the group's enervation was palpable, and it spread to their fans: Drastic Measures was the least successful Kansas album since the group's debut. Unsurprisingly, it was also the last album Kansas made before disbanding.4/

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