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One More Tomorrow

by Unicorn

One More Tomorrow by Unicorn

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One More Tomorrow

by Unicorn

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Label: Classic Music Vault
According to myth, Unicorn were unhappy with the production of One More Tomorrow -- too pop, too glassy. While the album lacks the rural, down-home charms of previous efforts, the band did an admirable job adapting its sound to changing tastes. By the late '70s, pop fans didn't want warm country rock; they craved disco's chilly pulse. That's why every axe on this album is coated in flange and wah wah. But despite the urbanization, Unicorn's inner cowboy still saddled up for one more ride into the sunset.

About This Album

According to myth, Unicorn were unhappy with the production of One More Tomorrow -- too pop, too glassy. While the album lacks the rural, down-home charms of previous efforts, the band did an admirable job adapting its sound to changing tastes. By the late '70s, pop fans didn't want warm country rock; they craved disco's chilly pulse. That's why every axe on this album is coated in flange and wah wah. But despite the urbanization, Unicorn's inner cowboy still saddled up for one more ride into the sunset.

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About This Album

According to myth, Unicorn were unhappy with the production of One More Tomorrow -- too pop, too glassy. While the album lacks the rural, down-home charms of previous efforts, the band did an admirable job adapting its sound to changing tastes. By the late '70s, pop fans didn't want warm country rock; they craved disco's chilly pulse. That's why every axe on this album is coated in flange and wah wah. But despite the urbanization, Unicorn's inner cowboy still saddled up for one more ride into the sunset.