's a bit far from his Motown roots here – but still sounding pretty nice! Like some of his contemporaries from the late 60s, Starr
's turning his talents in the late 70s towards tunes that have more of a disco/
club approach – longer numbers that roll along with mostly uptempo rhythms throughout, but which also feature Starr
's deep vocals standing nicely on top of the mix! Given that Edwin
always had a talent for really bursting out his lyrics in the old days, he's still in good form for this disco album – and is also working here as the producer. Titles include "Happy Radio", "Rip Me Off", "It's Called The Rock", "Drown My Heart", "I'd Rather Fight Than Switch", and "My Friend".
(Cover and labels have large letters in marker.)