Xit

Relocation

  • AllMusic Rating
    6
  • User Ratings (0)
  • Your Rating

AllMusic Review by

Originally released in the '70s, this was Xit's second and final release on Rare Earth Records, a Motown subsidiary. IMore mainstream than their debut Plight of the Redman, it features hardcore rockers like "Dark Skin Woman," "Riding Song," "Rainbow Rider," and "Relocation." The album also has midtempo pleasers like "Let My People Dance" and the jigsaw-arranged "Christopher Columbus." The narrative "Sunrise Vision" is the only cut as rootsy as anything on their debut. The hokey, Gene Autry-inflected "Sweethearted Love Song" is the only real downer.

blue highlight denotes track pick