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Frampton Comes Alive!

by Peter Frampton

Frampton Comes Alive! by Peter Frampton

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Frampton Comes Alive!

by Peter Frampton

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Label: A&M
By this point in Peter Frampton's career, 1976, the guy was a pop idol churning out funky feel-good rock perfect for babes in halter tops sipping cold brews and tossing the Frisbee around. But you know what? There's nothing wrong with that. Sure, Frampton Comes Alive! is beyond innocuous, but it's also a fantastic guilty pleasure full of catchy hooks and killer guitar solos. Plus, "I Wanna Go to the Sun" is a true classic-rock epic, one that proves Frampton could shred when he really wanted to. If none of that sways you, then just thank the guy for inadvertently kick-starting punk rock.

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By this point in Peter Frampton's career, 1976, the guy was a pop idol churning out funky feel-good rock perfect for babes in halter tops sipping cold brews and tossing the Frisbee around. But you know what? There's nothing wrong with that. Sure, Frampton Comes Alive! is beyond innocuous, but it's also a fantastic guilty pleasure full of catchy hooks and killer guitar solos. Plus, "I Wanna Go to the Sun" is a true classic-rock epic, one that proves Frampton could shred when he really wanted to. If none of that sways you, then just thank the guy for inadvertently kick-starting punk rock.

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About This Album

By this point in Peter Frampton's career, 1976, the guy was a pop idol churning out funky feel-good rock perfect for babes in halter tops sipping cold brews and tossing the Frisbee around. But you know what? There's nothing wrong with that. Sure, Frampton Comes Alive! is beyond innocuous, but it's also a fantastic guilty pleasure full of catchy hooks and killer guitar solos. Plus, "I Wanna Go to the Sun" is a true classic-rock epic, one that proves Frampton could shred when he really wanted to. If none of that sways you, then just thank the guy for inadvertently kick-starting punk rock.