After 43 years of traveling through space at the speed of light, the crew and I aboard the SS ‘Boston’ have finally reached our destination; a brand new planet for humanity to colonize. Along the way, we each brought some of our favorite records to listen to. I decided to bring Boston’s self-titled debut, and with all the out-of-this-world noises that songwriter Tom Scholz strings along on guitar with the soothing and conversely epic melodies and harmonies of singer Brad Delp, I couldn’t have made a better choice.
The spaceship finally touched down on the planet about ten minutes ago. A brief amount of turbulence and we could finally have some Peace of Mind. I keep constantly wondering at what we’ll find on this new planet. A semi-intelligent extraterrestrial species? New lifeforms? What new challenges we’ll encounter? As I can see, the planet is rich with lush green forestry, a gorgeous blue sky, scattered clouds and a whole lot of room for human colonization. Maybe we could finally build our sky structures, arrow-shaped objects that point and expand upwards for gravitational and life-support purposes.Continue reading “The First Space Colony: Boston’s Debut Album Review”