Three Man Army's third and final album was, most confusingly, titled Three Man Army Two. The unintentionally clumsy name was in a way appropriate, however, for it was more of the same, whether it was the second or third Three Man Army you happened to come across, indeed falling somewhere between the second and third divisions of early-'70s British hard rock. Bland if energetic hard rock remained the main staple, "Polecat Woman" being one of the more blatant Led Zeppelin sound-alike tracks of the era. There were some mild detours in the orchestrated "I Can't Make the Blind See" (from an unreleased rock opera titled Three Days to Go), which sounds like a prototypical power ballad; the machine gun-riffing instrumental "Irving"; and "Today," which oh-so-vaguely echoed some of the ballads of the Peter Green-era Fleetwood Mac in places. No one's going to confuse the slide-guitar-and-orchestration-heralded ode to the outer space woman of "Space Is the Place" with Sun Ra, however.
1 Polecat Woman 3:50
2 Today 6:17
3 Flying 3:06
4 Space is the Place 6:18
5 Irving 4:18
6 I Can't Make the Blind See 4:03
7 Burning Angel 3:31
8 In My Eyes 5:07
Great hard rock album. Amazing Andrian Curtis guitar playing and exelents compositions, speciallly "Today" and "Space Is The Place". Great band and a masterwork of 70´s hard rock.
Rip from CD 256@ (full artwork included)