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The origin of Eye of the Tiger
Posted by: JMhr from: Chicago, IL on
Many think that Eye of the Tiger was Survivor's first album. In reality, it was their third. Sylvester Stallone heard "Poor Man's Son" from this album and decided that Survivor was just the band to write the theme song for Rocky III. It if it weren't for this album, who knows what would have become of Survivor or the Rocky franchise.
Personally, I think this album stands with the best of Survivor's albums, with a slightly harder edge than many of their radio hits. My absolute favorites are "Poor Man's Son", "Summer Nights" , and "Light Of A Thousand Smiles".
The Rock Candy remastered audio sounds excellent as well.
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