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Disc: 1

1 I Robot
2 I Wouldn''t Want to Be Like You
3 Some Other Time
4 Breakdown
5 Don''t Let It Show

Disc: 2

1 The Voice
2 Nucleus
3 Day After Day (The Show Must Go On)
4 Total Eclipse
5 Genesis Ch.1. V.32

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Steven D Johnson
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
More than a collection of songs
Reviewed in the United States on February 23, 2018
My wife broke my old copy of I Robot, which she had Shanghaied to listen to in her car. I''ve had a copy of this album since it came out in (I believe) 1977, so couldn''t go long without replacing it. It''s just one of those albums I never tire of listening to. The... See more
My wife broke my old copy of I Robot, which she had Shanghaied to listen to in her car. I''ve had a copy of this album since it came out in (I believe) 1977, so couldn''t go long without replacing it. It''s just one of those albums I never tire of listening to. The Project''s second, and I believe, best album. "I Robot" and "Wouldn''t Want to be Like You" start the album off, and are both terrific in their own right, but the album really gets going with "Some Other Time". All the remaining songs through the Gregorian-chanty thing just before "Genesis 1:32" unfold like a story with evocative lyrics and, of course, trademark Alan Parsons instrumentation and production. One of the great under-appreciated albums of the late 70s.
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RJM
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Genius
Reviewed in the United States on June 11, 2020
I bought I Robot a hundred years ago on either cassette tape or, wait for it, 8 track tape, (man, this guy is old!). I liked it then but absolutely love it now. Now, I can appreciate the talent of Alan Parsons and Eric Woolfson and all of the many performers they hired to... See more
I bought I Robot a hundred years ago on either cassette tape or, wait for it, 8 track tape, (man, this guy is old!). I liked it then but absolutely love it now. Now, I can appreciate the talent of Alan Parsons and Eric Woolfson and all of the many performers they hired to compose a masterpiece such as this. Also, the quality enhancement of the music today and the
modern stereos really add to the enjoyment of listening. Lastly, the bonus tracks are just super cool to listen to. Highly recommend I Robot. What talent.
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Dwight Frye
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Reviewed in the United States on August 19, 2019
A mainstay of classic progressive rock, this album belongs in the collection of any fan of the genre. I confess, I''ve only heard the standard remastered edition of this album. By comparison, the Mobile Fidelity remastered SACD shines. Beautiful expansive soundstage,... See more
A mainstay of classic progressive rock, this album belongs in the collection of any fan of the genre. I confess, I''ve only heard the standard remastered edition of this album. By comparison, the Mobile Fidelity remastered SACD shines. Beautiful expansive soundstage, outstanding detail, smooth and transparent highs, and the bass is very noticeably improved (more evident, very punchy, and well defined). The SACD easily thrashes my other copy of this album. Highly recommended.
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Paul M.
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Perfect analog-sounding, digital version of the vinyl LP
Reviewed in the United States on January 27, 2015
HIghest compliment I can give this reissue is it sounds like a pristine copy of the original vinyl LP which I own. That''s what I wanted. That''s what I got. So I am VERY happy! Recently listened to the LP for comparison. Nothing is missing such as intro''s, fades, etc. Didn''t... See more
HIghest compliment I can give this reissue is it sounds like a pristine copy of the original vinyl LP which I own. That''s what I wanted. That''s what I got. So I am VERY happy! Recently listened to the LP for comparison. Nothing is missing such as intro''s, fades, etc. Didn''t add anything (don''t mean the bonus tracks.) Not a victim of the "loudness wars" thank God! Very warm, "analog" sound. No inner-groove distortion. No ticks, crackles, pops. The material and performances, they speak for themselves. Well done!
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Pete44Music
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Domo Arigato Mr. Roboto!........
Reviewed in the United States on July 12, 2021
So nice to revisit I Robot. Now Mr. Parsons do all of your fans a huge favor...think about a near future re-release of I Robot in DTS 5.1 Surround Sound. Think how much fun it would be to mix a 5.1 version for all of us Surround Sound Geeks. I can sit here and just imagine... See more
So nice to revisit I Robot. Now Mr. Parsons do all of your fans a huge favor...think about a near future re-release of I Robot in DTS 5.1 Surround Sound. Think how much fun it would be to mix a 5.1 version for all of us Surround Sound Geeks. I can sit here and just imagine the possibilities of this enhanced audio imagery flying & sweeping around my listening room...play it loud I will!

Please don''t make me wait much longer!
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Five-6-Kilo
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a nice trip down memory lane...
Reviewed in the United States on April 9, 2014
This is one of my favorite albums...one which brings back memories of my teen years and beyond. Outstanding music from the title song, through to the final song on side 2. I believe I went through 2 albums before switching over to cd. This may have been my first "space... See more
This is one of my favorite albums...one which brings back memories of my teen years and beyond. Outstanding music from the title song, through to the final song on side 2. I believe I went through 2 albums before switching over to cd. This may have been my first "space rock" or "art rock" album in my collection, but it Is truly a work of genius, and I highly recommend it to anyone who might like the 70''s style of music that has multiple labels slapped on it. You might just call it "progressive" and be done with it.

This album was also one of the 1st albums I really got into, which had multiple instrumental songs, that helped with the flow of the songs. I''d have put this with: Yes - Close to the Edge and Manfred Manns Earth Band - Nightingales and Bombers, as the 1st real influences on my appreciation for vocals to non-vocal instrumentational segments. I call these types CLASSICS
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Rawdon K. Lowe III
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A great pressing.
Reviewed in the United States on February 11, 2019
After dropping my 1970''s US copy recently, and breaking out the first tracks, I was most pleased to find an UK pressing of one of my favorite LP''s, priced nicely. It arrived in a rather short time, very well protected in its packaging. The quality of this disk rivals my... See more
After dropping my 1970''s US copy recently, and breaking out the first tracks, I was most pleased to find an UK pressing of one of my favorite LP''s, priced nicely. It arrived in a rather short time, very well protected in its packaging. The quality of this disk rivals my broken one, indeed, may be even better. I am very pleased with this vendor and will certainly order more albums and disks from them.
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Harry Brewer
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I Robot
Reviewed in the United States on December 5, 2007
ESSENTIAL ALBUM!!! What an incredible piece of music. Alan Parsons project combines the best parts of prog-rock with the best elements of pop. This album has undertones of Pink Floyd, whom Parsons worked with as an engineer on Dark Side of the Moon & elements of pop, where... See more
ESSENTIAL ALBUM!!! What an incredible piece of music. Alan Parsons project combines the best parts of prog-rock with the best elements of pop. This album has undertones of Pink Floyd, whom Parsons worked with as an engineer on Dark Side of the Moon & elements of pop, where he was influenced by the Beatles, with whom he had worked as an assistant engineer on Abbey Road.

I Robot peaked at #9 on the album charts. There weren''t any singles that made it into the Top 200 but that''s not an important thing. It was with this album that things began to go right for the Project. It''s with this album that certain patterns were established that would continue for the next several albums. The album opens with the incredible instrumental "I Robot". This song is very similar to Pink Floyd, best song on the album. Then follows "I Wouldn''t Want to Be Like You", a pop-type song with a good lead guitar solo. Then comes the beautiful ballad "Some Other Time". "Breakdown" is from the robot''s perspective. Woolfson writes excellent lyrics. "Don''t Let It Show" slows the tempo down & is only an average piece. "The Voice" is one of the most interesting pieces on the album. It has a distinctive bass line, the instrumental section is very interesting with its strings & subtle sound effects, its tempo change is right on time. "Nucleus" is an instrumental that pales beside "I Robot". "Day After Day" is another average song. "Total Eclipse" is another instrumental that''s not up to "I Robot", it''s an eerie sounding piece that definitely gives the listener the feeling of loss & sacrifice. "Genesis Ch. 1 V. 32" closes the original album & is another instrumental. This is an excellent song to finish the album, Ian Bairnson once again provides us with a good & appropriate solo. Some may not know the reference of the title. There is NOT a verse 32 in Genesis, chapter one. It''s a subtle reference to "Man created Robot in his own image" which is why the whole thing was doomed to failure.

We''ve been given five bonus cuts which give a lot of insight into the making of the album. The first is "Boules" which is the demo version of "I Robot", it features the clicking of two metal balls (boules is French for balls) that was dropped in the final version. "Breakdown", "I Wouldn''t Want to Be Like You" & "Day After Day" are all early demo versions, interesting in the regard that we can see what the songs ''morphed'' from. The last bonus track, "The Naked Robot", is the most interesting piece. It''s an instrumental culled from all the parts of each song from the album. It becomes one of the best tracks on the album. The bonus track "The Naked Robot" is the most interesting because it uses a menagerie of used & unused portions of songs segueing from one to another to complete a stunning ten minute instrumental. But, beware, it''s because man created robot in his own image that doomed them both to failure ("Genesis Ch. I V.32")

The remastering on this album is excellent & the bonus cuts give an insightful view of the songs in previously unreleased rough demo versions that allows the listener to get an idea of how the songs progressed.
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Dave
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Back down memory lane
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 26, 2021
I bought this as I had not heard it for a long time and I do have Tales of Mystery and Imagination and Eye in the Sky, TMI, is the better of these. I saw a review and this is was likened to Wish you Were Here, and I am a massive Floyd fan, so I thought I need to listen to...See more
I bought this as I had not heard it for a long time and I do have Tales of Mystery and Imagination and Eye in the Sky, TMI, is the better of these. I saw a review and this is was likened to Wish you Were Here, and I am a massive Floyd fan, so I thought I need to listen to this again. Well for a start, musically this is like TMI, you can instantly tell these are from the same stable and yes, this does have some carefully crafted work on this album, but there is also a lot of what I call experimental style music, Floyd of course was very much like this in the early years. So, this is a good album, but certainly not in the WYWH camp, but still worth a listen as Alan Parson can really put a album together with a lot of interesting sounds.
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Yoselovich Boris
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Great listening!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 15, 2011
I''ve just finished listening to this remastered CD and I can say that it is absolutely fantastic! This is one of those records that I failed to listen to wholly in the course of my years,but always used to hear separate songs from it on various compilations.Now, after...See more
I''ve just finished listening to this remastered CD and I can say that it is absolutely fantastic! This is one of those records that I failed to listen to wholly in the course of my years,but always used to hear separate songs from it on various compilations.Now, after listening to it fully, I can say that as a whole it sounds as a glorious piece of art and should be listened to only like this.I was 14 when this album was recorded.This wast the time when I started to take interest in prog-rock of the 70-ies - YES,ELP,Jethro Tull,Rush,etc.Though I heard some of APP works ("Pyramid" or "Eve" for example),but at that time YES or GENESIS seemed to me much more attractive.Today I''m returning to the music of APP and find it very good and nostalgic.I think "I Robot" can easily stand together with such excellent prog-rock albums of the 70-ies like "Animals","The Roaring Silence","Going for the One","Still Life","Even in the quietest moments..." or "A Song for all Seasons". I don''t like so much "Eve" (except for a couple of songs) and I think it is one of their weaker efforts,but "I Robot","Pyramid" and "Turn of a friendly card" are simply excellent."Eye in the Sky" and "Ammonia Avenue" have their fine moments too.But the best place to start is this album, "I Robot".If you like the music of the 70-ies,give it a try and you won''t regret. Truly great listening!
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Ruhullah Smith
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Legacy 180 gram vinyl really worth the outlay
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 25, 2017
In short, very engaging sound; detailed and crisp but still feels warm. Nothing distracts from the music. I have a very good copy from 1977 that produces great audio; this adds a little something to that sound, although I can''t quite articulate what it is. A very high...See more
In short, very engaging sound; detailed and crisp but still feels warm. Nothing distracts from the music. I have a very good copy from 1977 that produces great audio; this adds a little something to that sound, although I can''t quite articulate what it is. A very high quality pressing that is a pleasure to listen to.
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The Pez
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Remastering get''s things right
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 7, 2011
It is easy to see why The Alan Parsons Project took off in America, the sound is very slick with songs that are easy to sing along to and stay in your head for quite a while after a listenning, especially I Wouldn''t Want to be Like You. Steve Harley contributes for the fine...See more
It is easy to see why The Alan Parsons Project took off in America, the sound is very slick with songs that are easy to sing along to and stay in your head for quite a while after a listenning, especially I Wouldn''t Want to be Like You. Steve Harley contributes for the fine song: The Voice and is probably among his best work (seeing as how he irritates me the rest of the time), but where the album comes alive is the instrumental tracks, which after the cheese of Day After Day (weakest track on the album) tunes like Nucleus, Total Eclipse and Genesis Chp 1. V.32 are excellent. Where I think this album really benefits is from the extra tracks that have been added in the remastering, especially The Naked Robot which is a blending of several of the backing tracks into one 10 minute track. It is really good and worth buying the album just for that. As prog rock goes, Alan Parsons Project were a little tame, not the edge of Yes, Jethro Tull, ELP or early Genesis, but if you like well produced and crafted music, they bare easy to listen to.
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Jtmc
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Still an album I find great for a quiet night in
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 2, 2018
I had the album when it first came out. Decided to buy a CD copy. Still an album I find great for a quiet night in. The fact Alan Parsons was a great sound engineer as well makes the quality of his albums excellent.
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