- Ten Years of Gold [United Artists, 1977] C
Consumer Guide Reviews:
Ten Years of Gold [United Artists, 1977]
You can tell Kenny's pop rather than outlaw because his beard is neat. You can tell he's pop rather than country because his singles average over three minutes. You can tell he's country rather than pop because he sings about adultery all the time. You can tell he's country rather than outlaw because he's foursquare for virtue. And you can tell he's heavy metal because he advocates murder. C
Distinctions Not Cost-Effective [1980s]: Reached out to Lionel Richie.