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ZZ Top carved out a unique niche in '70s rock, but it would be the March 1983 release of the diamond-certified Eliminator that would take the band from ‘bad and nationwide' to international super stars. The introduction of synthesizers had actually occurred on ZZ Top's 1981 album El Loco, but the sound was truly perfected along with their songwriting on Eliminator which delivered three timeless hits in the churning, hook-heavy cuts "Gimme All Your Lovin," "Sharp Dressed Man" and "Legs."
"Pure Americana: This song cycle about burning rubber, high heels and adrenaline took fuzzed-out Texas blues guitar and lashed it around rollicking boogie. ZZ Top's megaplatinum album also had a high-gloss Eighties sheen and singles like "Sharp Dressed Man" that would help it sell some 10 million copies." - Rolling Stone's '500 Greatest Albums of All Time'