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℗ 2017 My Beloved Songs; Bel Chiasson Entertainment
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Fanatic (Live From Caesars Colosseum)
Quarterflash is the debut album of American rock band Quarterflash. It was released in 1981 on Geffen Records and features the single, "Harden My Heart", which reached No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100. It also hit No. 1 on the Billboard Album Rock Tracks chart. The follow-up single was "Find Another Fool", which reached No. 16 on the Hot 100. The album was certified platinum in the United States by the RIAA.
"Harden My Heart" is featured in the 2006 video game Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories on fictional power ballad radio station, Emotion 98.3. It is also a featured song in the Broadway musical Rock of Ages.
Goodbye To You! Best Of The 80's Live
Beauty And The Beat (30th Anniversary Deluxe Edition)
After a decade of L.A. kowtowing to the swathed beards and denim of narcissistic troubadours, the Go-Go's exuberant debut ushered in a pop revolution, one that helped the city (and the rest of the country) embrace its love of sun, fun and the delicious joys of cruising with the top down and the radio blaring. Of course, a big part of the music's charm revolved around the band's savoir-faire: they might've played the role of carefree girls bopping about but always with a wink of the eye. And, of course, they happened to write incredibly catchy tunes: "Our Lips Are Sealed," "We Got the Beat," "Tonite"—all so good.
Pat Benatar Albums
Gravity's Rainbow is the ninth studio album and tenth album overall by American singer Pat Benatar. It was released in 1993 on Chrysalis Records. The album is named after, though bears little other relation to, the Thomas Pynchon novel of the same name. It peaked at No. 85 on the US Billboard 200, Gravity's Rainbow would be Benatar's last studio album recorded for Chrysalis.
True Love is the eighth studio album, and ninth album overall, by American singer Pat Benatar, released in 1991. The album is a combination of covers and original tracks of jump blues, which Benatar recorded with husband Neil Giraldo, Myron Grombacher and the Roomful of Blues horn section and drummer. The CD edition of the album included the seasonal standard "Please Come Home for Christmas" as a bonus track, which was released to the US Troops serving in the Gulf War, and was not included on foreign vinyl and cassette pressings of the album.
True Love reached No. 37 on the U.S. Billboard album chart.
Benatar was the May artist of the month for VH-1 in 1991 in support of the album.
Wide Awake In Dreamland
Wide Awake in Dreamland is American rock singer Pat Benatar's seventh studio album, and her eighth album overall, released in 1988. After a string of successful albums, this was her last rock-oriented album of the 1980s, before she would go on to try a blues-based sound with True Love in 1991.
The album's lead single, "All Fired Up", peaked at number 19 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number 25 on the Cash Box Top 100. It was nominated for a Grammy Award but did not win.
The album was certified Gold by the RIAA.
Seven The Hard Way
Seven the Hard Way is American rock singer Pat Benatar's sixth studio album, and her seventh album overall, released on October 30, 1985. It debuted on the US Billboard 200 album chart the week of December 14 and peaked at No. 26, producing the hits: "Invincible", "Sex as a Weapon", and "Le Bel Age". The album was certified Gold in US.
The Grammy nominated single "Invincible" was produced by Mike Chapman and recorded for the soundtrack of the Matthew Robbins' movie The Legend of Billie Jean, which, although doing poorly at the box office, became a cult classic to MTV fans in general. The song became a hit single and was included in the album, despite its musical style being quite different from Benatar's at that time and more reminiscent of her earlier efforts. Benatar often commented at her concerts before performing the song that it "is from one of the worst movies ever made."
Seven the Hard Way was the last Pat Benatar album to feature bassist Donnie Nossov, who along with drummer Myron Grombacher went on to play with Lita Ford on her breakthrough album, Lita and on the supporting tour.
Tropico is American rock singer Pat Benatar's fifth studio album, and sixth album overall, released in late 1984 by Chrysalis Records.
This is the first album to feature one-time John Waite bassist Donnie Nossov, who replaced Roger Capps in Benatar's band.
It peaked at No. 14 on the U.S. Billboard 200 album chart and produced the Grammy-nominated Top Five Pop hit "We Belong". Other well-known songs from the album include "Painted Desert", "Outlaw Blues" and "Ooh Ooh Song". A Spanish version of "Ooh Ooh Song" was on the B-Side of the US single and appeared also on her 1999 compilation, Synchronistic Wanderings. Tropico was Benatar's sixth consecutive Platinum-certified album in the United States.
During the filming of the video for the single "Painted Desert", Benatar and husband Neil Giraldo discovered they were expecting their first child.
This album is Benatar and Giraldo's first attempt to move away from Benatar's famed "hard rock" sound and start experimenting with new "gentler" styles and sounds.
BGO Records reissued Tropico on CD with Seven the Hard Way.
Get Nervous is the fourth studio album by American rock singer Pat Benatar, released in October 1982. It debuted on the Billboard 200 album chart the week ending November 20 and peaked at No. 4, staying on the charts for 46 weeks.
Three songs from the album were released as singles: "Shadows of the Night", "Little Too Late", and "Looking for a Stranger" all reached the US Top 40. In 1983, "Shadows of the Night" garnered Benatar her third Grammy Award for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance.
This is the first Pat Benatar album to feature Charlie Giordano on keyboards, as guitarist Scott St. Clair Sheets left after Precious Time was released.
Precious Time is the third studio album by American singer Pat Benatar, released on July 6, 1981, through the Chrysalis label. The album peaked at number one on the Billboard 200 and produced the top 20 hit "Fire and Ice"; the song that would later win the Grammy Award for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance in 1982 and reached number 17 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number two on the Mainstream Rock chart. The album's second single, "Promises in the Dark", reached number 38 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number 16 on the Mainstream Rock chart.
Precious Time was also Benatar's first album to chart in the United Kingdom, reaching number 30. The album was remastered and reissued on Capitol Records in 2006.
Crimes Of Passion
Crimes of Passion is the second studio album by American rock singer Pat Benatar, released on August 5, 1980 by Chrysalis Records. The album is the first to feature Myron Grombacher on drums, beginning a long tenure in Benatar's band that would last into the late-1990s.
The album debuted on the US Billboard 200 album chart the week ending August 23 and held at No. 2 for five weeks in the US in January 1981, behind John Lennon and Yoko Ono's Double Fantasy. It contains the hits "Hit Me with Your Best Shot", "You Better Run", "Treat Me Right", plus a cover of Kate Bush's international hit, "Wuthering Heights". Crimes of Passion is Benatar's biggest selling career album, having been certified 4x Platinum in the United States alone. In Billboard magazine's year end chart, Crimes of Passion was listed at number 5.
The song "Hell Is for Children", which was not released as an A-side single, was also a hit on album-rock stations. A live version of this song from her album Live from Earth was released as the B-side of her "Love Is a Battlefield" single three years later. The song was featured in the 1981 animated film American Pop, as well as on the soundtrack.
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