Universal Music S.A.
Release date
13 Nov 2000
Running length
7 tracks
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1 Babylon Sisters 5:50 64,661
2 Hey Nineteen 5:08 95,058
3 Glamour Profession 7:29 24,759
4 Gaucho 5:33 25,793
5 Time Out Of Mind 4:13 35,723
6 My Rival 4:32 21,790
7 Third World Man 5:15 29,304

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  • MisterJunior

    This one is extremely underrated both among fans and critics. It sounds like a glossy pop record (albeit one that's musically complex and performed by some of the most professional musicians in the world), but under that surface sheen it's a dark record with some really cynical (but funny) lyrics. Perfectly captures what I imagine the LA/Hollywood of the early 80s to be like.

    26 Jan 5:56am Reply
  • Spolodaface

    and immaculate production

    31 May 2014 Reply
  • Spolodaface

    their most technically advanced album

    31 May 2014 Reply
  • Spolodaface

    grown to become perhaps my favourite SD album after many listens of all their records

    31 May 2014 Reply
  • donuthoes

    One of their worst albums. Only 2 or 3 good songs.

    28 Jul 2013 Reply
  • jt354

    Fantastic album! Not a bad song on here, though I must say Babylon Sisters is probably the worst of the bunch despite the attention it receives.

    8 Oct 2010 Reply
  • richardneal

    It's too bad the song "The Second Arrangment" was erased. It would have added alot to this album.

    2 Jun 2010 Reply
  • chuck__e

    Listen to "Gaucho" if you want to know what is true musical achievement and perfection - one of the greatest albums ever!

    3 May 2009 Reply
  • CircusParanoia

    If you like Steely Dan you might like our new cd too! Check it out @

    15 Mar 2009 Reply
  • steelsprout

    My favourite Dan album (though they were incapable of releasing a bad track: the 4 cd Citizen box set is immaculate). Time out of Mind, Hey Nineteen, Gaucho, Third World Man.... Chandleresque lyrics. The milk truck eased into my space, somebody screamed somewhere. I struck a match against the door of Anthony's bar and grill.

    5 Mar 2009 Reply
  • philmfan

    Almost every line in "My Rival" totally kills me. "Gaucho" and "Glamor Profession" are great, too. I always wonder where the hell they get those little details from. I prefer Gaucho to Aja because there's more substance to most of the songs lyrically, though someone who really knows the music side of things may disagree. Maybe not my favorite of theirs, but it has many great moments.

    17 Feb 2009 Reply
  • Stubbsy67

    Really good album, I especially like the title track and Third World Man.

    5 Feb 2009 Reply
  • tallpaul1

    I am a few years older than you Nebaioth. And as a drummer myself, i have learnt much from Steve Gadd. I do remember Steve playing on 50 ways to leave your lover by Paul Simon, So simple and how!! Love and Peace xxx

    13 Mar 2008 Reply
  • Nebaioth

    I was 9 when Gaucho came out, and I had been playing drums since age 5. I had to learn my rudiments and how to read music before I could just jam out. I'd learn the songs and play along with these guys to work on keeping good time...good times!LOL...Thanks Steve Gadd!!!

    12 Mar 2008 Reply
  • nimH37

    Not my favorite of the Dans, but I still like it. It's like the end of a party where almost everyone's gone home and the night is done. It's an appropriate last album. (not counting Fagen's following solo)

    30 Jan 2008 Reply

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