To say that “Jane” is the best song here doesn’t do Freedom at Point Zero any tangable favors. This is not a good album.

Slick and Balin gone, Kantner recruits several new members and the group is now nominally fronted by Mickey Thomas. Long, long gone are the days when this group was at the forefront of the modern music scene. This is a bland, tired album of arena rock, suffering from everything not necessecarily unpleasant from the era, but the most forgettable. Arguably worse in my oppinion to be bland than boldly bad.

Not recommended.

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