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"Formed in 1981 by ex-Foreigner keyboard player Al Greenwood and bassist Ed Gagliardi (they left Gramm & co after "Head games"), SPYS set forth to deepen and further explore the then impopular pompoussymphonic aspect of their rolemodels, who (covertly) operated within
the progrock scene. On their debut they came up with an impressive batch of bright, upbeat songs, dominated by Greenwood's lush keyboards, with stabbing guitars, a solid backbeat, multilayered vocals and colorful arrangements. Well engineered by top-flight producer Neil Kernon, it abounded in finest AOR/poprock in typical early '80s style, with John Blanco's signature voice providing an instant means of ID. To single out the specific highlights is a tough assignment, but top honors should perhaps be awarded to back-to-back winners "Ice age" (cool lyric), "Danger" (beautiful piano intro, excellent buildup) and "Over her" (featuring an over the top chorus), runners-up being "She can't wait" and the memorable "No harm done". Sole ballad "Hold on (when you feel you're falling)" tugs eloquently at the heart strings."