The 8th Alan Parsons Project album 'Vulture Culture' was released in 1985 and remains one of the Project's most pop-like efforts. The A-side contains concise and catchy songs, whereas the B-side goes into a more experimental direction with a song like 'Hawkeye'. The album yielded two singles: the opener 'Let's Talk About Me' which gathered high scores on European charts and 'Days Are Numbers (The Traveller)'. 'Vulture Culture' was initially intended to be a second disc in a two LP set where 'Ammonia Avenue' would be the first part. In the end, both albums were released separately to great critical and public acclaim. Also available on vinyl on the same label by Alan Parsons Project: 'Ammonia Avenue' / 'Eve' / 'Eye In The Sky' / 'Gaudi' / 'I Robot' / 'I Robot' (Legacy Edition with bonus disc) / 'Pyramid' / 'Stereotomy' / 'The Turn Of A Friendly Card'
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