1. Headroom
  2. Fashion Victim
  3. 1967
  4. Infinity
  5. One In A Row
  6. You Who Love The Truth
  7. Lady In Waiting
  8. Have You Seen Me
  9. Siamese Twins (Joined At The Heart)
  10. A Brand New World

Released by Curb Records in 1991.

CURB D2-77427, Released October 1991 [CD]

All tracks composed by Don McLean unless otherwise stated.

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  1. “The album showcases a different side of Don Mclean&#39s music and versatility as a singer. Infinity and Can You See Me, arguably the two best songs in this album with its bluesy rock and roll beat, guitar solos and rich lyrics re-establishes Don Mclean&#39s wide range of musical talent. This is a different Don Mclean and probably the best in years. (Rated 5 out of 5)”

  2. “A really disappointing album. If 1967 had been more imaginatively and strictly produced, it could have been among the best songs he&#39s ever done. Time for a re-recording! (Rated 2 out of 5)”

  3. shaun Deady

    “this is in dons top 6 albums better than all the late seventies albums and all the eigthies albums, to be honest it is brilliant album this album established him as the most important songwriter around with the decline of Dylan. (Rated 5 out of 5)”

  4. Not Disclosed

    “Check out “”Fashion Victom”” AND youll know MTV Treated Don McLean (Rated 5 out of 5)”

  5. Not Disclosed

    “I recently purchased this album, quite frankly expecting something that I wouldn&#39t like, going by the reviews posted so far. However, I love it. While I don&#39t think it&#39s sound is right up there with the earlier albums, this is certainly one of my fav collections of music. (Rated 5 out of 5)”

  6. Not Disclosed

    Good (Rated 3 out of 5)

  7. Bob Gregg

    Sincerely believe Don&#39s best CD since Homeless Brother – outstanding (Rated 5 out of 5)

  8. “This album is harshly treated by some but in truth it&#39s one of Don&#39s top 3 albums – probably third to Tapestry and American Pie.

    One criticism can be levelled at this and every other post-1981 McLean album – poor, sloppy production (Rated 5 out of 5)”

  9. Not Disclosed

    “While I was glad for some new music from Don, even at the time of its release, I thought this was an uneven album. I love “”Fashion Victim”” and the title track, but “”1967″” is pure cornball, and makes me wince. (Rated 3 out of 5)”

  10. “Underrated, underpromoted album (Rated 4 out of 5)”

  11. Trish McGinness&family

    “I believe this is a 5 star collection – his writing is inspired and the songs, especially 1967 and Have You Seen Me are as powerful as anything I have ever listened to. I think there is pure inspiration and a reason why these and several songs on his River of Love collection are so special for me. (Rated 5 out of 5)”

  12. I love all of Don&#39s albums except this one. I don&#39t know why Don alowed this one to be released. The production is horrible and the songs arent his best. (Rated 1 out of 5)

  13. Still consider this one of the best and most underrated Don McLean albums. (Rated 5 out of 5)

  14. DereK Kyte

    So sad……but so true (Rated 5 out of 5)

  15. “This album contains so many good songs like 1967, Headroom, Fashion Victim, A Brave New World, Have You Seen Me, Infinity that it amazes me that it is also one of the most negatively reviewed. (Rated 4 out of 5)”

  16. annette

    “A wondderful album, 1967 is my favorite, but all the others are just fine too (Rated 5 out of 5)”

  17. “Headroom is certainly the best of the latest albums from Don, and 1967 is endeed my favorite, but Fashion Victim is a great song too. Five stars to the CD (Rated 5 out of 5)”

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