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Reef 6/3/1997

Review

With their second album Glow, Reef refused to change direction at all, even hiring Black Crowes producer George Drakoulias to work on the record. While Glow is essentially the same batch of Stones/Faces riffs and hoarse, soulful singing, it is more focused and better than its predecessor, and while it isn't particularly original, it is inspired. A handful of songs, particularly singles like "Place Your Hands" and "Consideration," are terrific, even if they are a bit too "classic" for their own good. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Place Your Hands Reef 3:38
  3. 2 I Would Have Left You Reef 4:24
  4. 3 Summer's in Bloom Reef 3:47
  5. 4 Lately Stomping Reef 2:46
  6. 5 Consideration Reef 5:45
  7. 6 Don't You Like It? Reef 4:16
  8. 7 Come Back Brighter Reef 3:33
  9. 8 Higher Vibration Reef 3:53
  10. 9 I'm Not Scared Reef 5:4
  11. 10 Robot Riff Reef 7:16
  12. 11 Yer Old Reef 3:20
  13. 12 Lullaby Reef 3:15

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