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Vox Humana

[Vox Humana] Vox Humana
Daniel Amos
Refuge/Benson, 1984
Recommended by: Ross Pavlac

Style: Progressive rock. Volume III of the ¡Alarma! Chronicles.

Other comments: Vox Humana (which I believe the band almost called Vox Robotica!) is the album that gave us "(It's the Eighties So Where's Our) Rocket Packs" and songs named after sci-fi movies like When Worlds Collide and The Incredible Shrinking Man – though the lyrics aren't about sf-ish themes in the case of those particular songs. – Peter Chattaway

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