I recommend this to any Roxy Music fan, if you don't already have it. The opening song Street Life is an up-beat Roxy classic, then the album shifts into Just Like You, a beautifully crafted love song that uses typical imagery and sayings revolved around love. It's a very very nice song. Amazona is different again, the only thing i can say is how similar it is to Red Hot Chili Peppers, i'm not sure if anyone else found this but i could see them copying this song and pulling it off the same. It's followed by two more pop like songs and then The fantastically dramatic A Song For Europe kicks in with it's clever lyrics and soft voice- twisiting into a dramatic dark ballad if you will. Mother of pearl then takes the speed up as far as the album will alow and quickly goes straight to soft- all in the same song. It's a very interesting song which at first may confuse because it's so typical of what roxy music did best- experiment. The album ends with the slightly dissapointing Sunset- if it wern't for this song the album would probably recieved 5 stars, and i can see other people may like it, but for me it was a very bad choice to end the album. Personal opinion though you may find it to be the best.
Try this album, it will surely hit many emotions in one large attack with it's many different takes on Music in general. If you can see yourself enjoying Roxy Music then this is a good starting place as it has the eclectic and experimental and the pop ballads that came later for Roxy. Enjoy