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Prism - 1977 Prism
Where would Canadian melodic rock be without the name Prism mentioned throughout its hallowed history? We've already touched upon this band's history through several album reviews, but we really need to restore order and pride by going right back to the source: their 1977 debut album.

Prism - 1978 See Forever Eyes
Though the debut had some good moments, 'See Forever Eyes' - their sophomore effort had much better tracks. It is a mix of rabble-rouser rockers plus some purpose-built pomp that fans of Roadmaster and Styx would be interested in.

Prism - 1979 Armageddon
It's widely considered to be Prism's best album. Third studio LP 'Armageddon' follows two solid efforts (both reviewed here), and it would eventually sell double platinum in Canada (200,000 units), though it would be on the back of outside songwriting help and a strained internal working relationship between the band's two principals: John Hall and Lindsay Mitchell.

Prism - 1980 Young And Restless
After three excellent pomp oriented albums during the 70's, Canadian band Prism changed styles for the fourth 'Young And Restless'. Moving with the trends, this album hinted at the fashionable new wave sound brimming the airwaves, but it came at a cost.

Prism - 1981 Small Change
The name of the album is apt, considering the appointment of their new lead singer Henry Small previously with Small Wonder..

Prism - 1983 Beat Street
From the start it's worth pointing out that this was Henry Small's second album with Prism, and there's quite a few lineup changes since the last album from 1981 'Small Change'.

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