|To the Power of Three|
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|Released||25 March 1988|
West Side Studios
|Singles from To the Power of Three|
To the Power of Three (stylised as ...To the Power of Three) is the only album by the British-American progressive rock band 3. Produced by Carl Palmer and Robert Berry, it was released in early 1988 by Geffen Records.
The album contains a version of the Byrds' classic song "Eight Miles High" with altered lyrics. The closing track, "On My Way Home", was dedicated to Tony Stratton Smith.
To the Power of Three was met with negative reviews and was a commercial failure, having reached just number 97 in the U.S. Billboard 200.Jason Ankeny wrote to AllMusic a one-sentence review in which he opined that "...To the Power of Three fails to recapture the magic of Keith Emerson and Carl Palmer's past collaborations" and gave the album a 2-out-of-5 star rating.
"Talkin' Bout", the only single released from the album, peaked at number 9 in the Mainstream Rock chart.
|1.||"Talkin' Bout"||Robert Berry||4:00|
|2.||"Lover to Lover"||Keith Emerson, Berry, Carl Palmer||4:12|
|3.||"Chains"||Sue Shifrin, Bob Marlette||3:42|
|4.||"Desde la Vida" ||7:06|
|5.||"Eight Miles High"||Gene Clark, Roger McGuinn, David Crosby [a]||4:08|
|7.||"You Do or You Don't"||Berry||5:02|
|8.||"On My Way Home"||Emerson||4:46|
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