I thought this was quite amusing, a review of The Eagles "The Long Run" album: http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/t...//103-5708247-7249409?v=glance&s=music&n=5174 Reviewer: ******* (see more about me) from ******* I first heard about this band when I bought the CD H*** Freezes over on the recommendation of my barber, Gene. That one wasn't so bad. Well, I am going to see if I can find my receipt and take THIS one back to Hasting Records down in Garden City to get my money back. First of all, my first late wife was Greek, and I DO NOT appreciate the song the "Greeks Don't Want No Freaks". I don't even have to listen to it to know I don't like it. Another song on here, "Disco Strangler", seems to be about glorifying a serial killer, which I also don't approve of AT ALL. I have it on good authority that a lot of people in this band were hooked on pot and cocaine during this time period, so I guess that is their excuse. Now, to review the particulars. From a technical standpoint Don Henley's drumming is adequate at best. I heard that L.A. sessionman Waddy Wachtel had to come in and overdub a lot of Glenn Fry's guitar parts as well, although he wasn't credited. In fact, I was told by a VERY knowledgeable source that this album almost ended up being released under the name "Walsh Wachtel Project", as former James Gang guitarist and musical genius Joe Walsh and Wachtel dominated every aspect of the recording from songwriting to the final product. Tragedy struck Walsh when he loosened all of his teeth by using that thing that you put in your mouth to talk through your guitar in "Those Shoes" (he played it too loud). Detroit songwriter Bob Seeger (son of folk superstar Pete Seeger) came on board and wrote "Heartache Tonight", but quickly departed when he got a taste of life in this cursed band. To sum up, I am sorry I let Gene turn me on to this band. When he described it as Arrowsmith meets Billy Ray Cyrus, I took that as a good thing.