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Rogues Gallery (Expanded)
Rogues Gallery is the twelfth studio album by the British rock group Slade. It was released by RCA on 29 March 1985 and reached number 60 in the UK charts. The album was largely produced by John Punter, with bassist Jim Lea producing "Harmony", "I Win, You Lose" and "Time to Rock". For the album, the band set out to create an album of radio-friendly, potential hit singles which would be released as singles somewhere across the world.
The US version of the album, which was released on the CBS label, replaced "All Join Hands" with the band's 1981 UK hit "Lock Up Your Daughters".
Over and Out
Over and Out is a 2018 album by Status Quo guitarist and vocalist Rick Parfitt. Parfitt died on 24 December 2016, and the album, his first and only solo album, was completed and released posthumously. The album includes contributions from a number of guest musicians, including current and former Status Quo bassists John "Rhino" Edwards and Alan Lancaster respectively; former Status Quo drummer Jeff Rich; Queen's Brian May; Chris Wolstenholme of Muse; and Parfitt's son, Rick Parfitt, Jnr.
We Talk Too Much
The Concert (Live in Essen, Germany 1978)
Suzi Quatro Albums
In The Spotlight
In the Spotlight is the fifteenth studio album by the American singer-songwriter and bass guitar player Suzi Quatro.
Mike Chapman, her original producer and composer of most of her hits, approached Quatro with plans to take her back to her roots. They made this album which is a modern take on Quatro's original attitude and shows the influence she has had on modern female artists. "Strict Machine", a song originally performed by Goldfrapp, even contains a two line teaser from Quatro's number one hit "Can the Can", to show the similarities of the two tracks.
When the album was released, it received many positive reviews — Mojo magazine rated the album.
AllMusic rated it, commenting that:
"...In the Spotlight is an impressive comeback, which admirably doesn't rely solely on nostalgia to make itself heard."
In September and October 2011, soon after the album was released, Quatro made a 21 performance sold-out Rocks the Spotlight Tour of Australia, also with great reviews.
Back to the Drive
Back to the Drive is an album by Suzi Quatro. Released in March 2006, it was her comeback album, and her first since 1990's Oh Suzi Q. and her eleventh studio album. Produced by Sweet guitarist Andy Scott and Steve Grant, it was overseen by veteran producer Mike Chapman and featured backing vocals by Shirlie Roden, and ex-husband Len Tuckey on guitar, including her daughter Laura Quatro duetting with her on the download-only single "I'll Walk Through the Fire With You".
It was issued on EMI Records throughout the world, and in the UK on the revived Liberty Records and EMI distributed independent label Caroline Records in North America.
Rock Hard is the seventh solo studio album by the American rock singer-songwriter and bass guitarist Suzi Quatro. It was originally released in October 1980, and was her first and only release by the record label, Dreamland. The album was recorded over a period of one month in 1980, at United Western Studios, in Hollywood. It features three prolific guest backing vocalists, including Paul Delph, Michael Des Barres, and Andrea Robinson. It is notably her last album to chart anywhere for twenty-six years, until she released Back to the Drive, in 2006. The album featured the songs "Rock Hard", "Glad All Over", and "Lipstick" which were all released as singles. The aforementioned title track was a commercial success, peaking at Number 9 in Australia, but only peaked at #68 in the UK, while "Lipstick" was only a moderate success peaking at #46 in Australia, and at #51 in US. "Glad All Over", a cover version of a song originally by The Dave Clark Five, unlike the other singles was the only one to chart in Belgium, peaking at #25.
On release, the album was received favorably by the majority of music critics, with many critics claiming it to be her best album of the 1980s.
Suzi… and Other Four Letter Words (2017 Remaster)
Suzi ... and Other Four Letter Words, released in 1979, is the sixth studio album by American singer-songwriter, bass guitar player, and actress Suzi Quatro. By August 2012 this was still Quatro's highest-charting album in Norway and her second-highest-charting album in the United States.
The album contains three singles, all of which charted. "She's in Love with You", a top 20 hit in the United Kingdom, Austria, the Netherlands, Norway, and Switzerland, a top 40 hit in Australia and also a minor chart hit in New Zealand and the United States. "Mama's Boy" made chart appearances in both the United Kingdom and in the Netherlands and "I've Never Been in Love" charted in the United States as well as the United Kingdom.
If You Knew Suzi… (2017 Remaster)
If You Knew Suzi... is the sixth regular studio album by Suzi Quatro, released at the end of 1978, with a 1979 copyright date. By August 2012 this was still Quatro's highest-charting album in the United States. The album also yielded Quatro's biggest US single hit, a duet with Chris Norman named "Stumblin' In"
Aggro-Phobia (2017 Remaster)
Aggro-Phobia is the fourth studio album by Suzi Quatro, recorded in the Autumn of 1976. It is the only one of her albums to be co-produced by Mickie Most.
The song "Tear Me Apart" reached No. 27 on the UK singles chart in October 1977. Writing for Bomp!, music critic Ken Barnes called it "excellent" and "superior to [her] earlier hits".
Quatro is Suzi Quatro's second album released in October 1974 from Rak Records as SRAK 509. It spent 6 weeks at the top of the Australian albums chart. "Devil Gate Drive" became Quatro's signature song, and reached No. 2 in Australia and No. 1 in the UK.
Released in Australia on the EMI RAK label as catalogue no 8319792.
Suzi Quatro is the debut solo studio album by the American singer-songwriter and bass guitarist of the same name. The album was originally released in October 1973, by the record label Rak in most territories. The album was released under Bell Records in the United States and Canada, EMI Records in Japan, and Columbia Records in some European countries. The album was titled Can the Can in Australia.
The album was a critical and commercial success, achieving international popularity upon its release, reaching the top 50 in the charts in several territories, peaking at #32 in the UK album charts, #4 in Germany, #5 in the Netherlands, and #2 in Australia. The album also achieved minor success in the United States, entering the top 150 in the charts there. The single Can the Can, which was included on the album in most countries, became Quatro's most successful hit, reaching number one in the charts in several European countries and Australia, and had modest success in the US, peaking at 56 in the charts in 1976 when it was re-released in that country a few years later.
Live and Kickin' (2017 Remaster)
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