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The back-to-back success of The Stranger and 52nd Street may have brought Billy Joel fame and fortune, even a certain amount of self-satisfaction, but it didn't bring him critical respect, and it didn't dull his anger. If anything, being classified as a mainstream rocker -- a soft rocker -- infuriated him, especially since a generation of punks and new wave kids were getting the praise that eluded him. He didn't take this lying down -- he recorded Glass Houses. Comparatively a harder-rocking album than either of its ...

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  1. You May Be Right
  2. Sometimes a Fantasy
  3. Don't Ask Me Why
  4. It's Still Rock and Roll to Me
  5. All for Leyna
  6. I Don't Want to Be Alone
  7. Sleeping with the Television On
  8. C'Etait Toi (You Were the One)
  9. Close to the Borderline
  10. Through the Long Night
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