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February 7, 2020
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Greatest Hits is a compilation album by American singer/songwriter/producer Richard Marx. Released in 1997, this hits package was Richard's final release under his 10 year long Capitol Records recording contract. This disc contains fourteen of Marx's single releases, plus "Touch of Heaven," a promotional single from the 1997 album Flesh & Bone, and a new track, "Angel's Lullaby."
This album was certified Platinum in the United Kingdom in 2013 for sales of 300,000 copies.
In the spring of 2016, the album was certified Gold by the RIAA - which represents U. S. sales of over 500,000 copies - becoming Richard's fifth American Gold album.
Solitude / Solitaire
Solitude/Solitaire is the second solo album by former Chicago bassist and vocalist Peter Cetera, and his first album after leaving the band in 1985. It was released in June 1986. The album includes the hits "Glory of Love" and "The Next Time I Fall"; both reached the No. 1 position on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Solitude/Solitaire was produced by Michael Omartian, who later co-produced Cetera's 2001 album, Another Perfect World.
The Definitive Collection
Time, Love & Tenderness
Time, Love & Tenderness is the seventh studio album by American recording artist Michael Bolton. The album was released on April 23, 1991 by Columbia Records; it was produced by Walter Afanasieff and Michael Bolton. The album topped the Billboard 200 chart and produced four Top 40 singles: a cover of Percy Sledge's "When a Man Loves a Woman" reached No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, "Love Is a Wonderful Thing" reached No. 4, "Time, Love and Tenderness" reached No. 7, and "Missing You Now" reached No. 12. All four singles reached the Top 40 in the UK as well, as did a fifth single released only in the UK, "Steel Bars", which was the result of Bolton's songwriting collaboration with Bob Dylan.
Street Talk (Expanded Edition)
Street Talk is Steve Perry's first solo studio album, released in April 1984.
Street Talk contains Perry's biggest hit as a solo artist, "Oh Sherrie", written for his then-girlfriend Sherrie Swafford. The song hit #3 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #1 on Billboard's Rock chart, and the accompanying music video was a hit on MTV. Other singles included "Foolish Heart", "She's Mine", and "Strung Out".
There were a number of nods to Perry's pre-Journey band Alien Project on this album—in fact, that band was originally going to be called Street Talk. In the liner notes, Perry dedicates the album to Richard Michaels. Also, drummer Craig Krampf was a member of Alien Project later in the 1970s.
In addition to launching Perry's solo career, the cover photo for Street Talk served as a career launchpad for music photographer John Scarpati, who met Perry during the album's recording sessions at a studio in Sherman Oaks.
Street Talk is certified as 2x Platinum in sales by the RIAA.
It is one of the first albums Next Plateau Entertainment has distributed.
The Essential Survivor
Richard Marx Albums
Repeat Offender Revisited
Beautiful Goodbye is the 11th studio album by singer/songwriter and record producer Richard Marx. It was released on July 8, 2014. It is his first new studio album since his 2008 albums Emotional Remains and Sundown, although a seasonal album Christmas Spirit was issued in 2012. The album was preceded by the singles "Turn Off The Night" in the UK on May 20 and "Whatever We Started" in the US on May 22. The title track was released as a single on September 13, 2014. "Just Go", a bonus track, had been previously released as a single on February 14, 2013.
According to Nielsen SoundScan, this disc had sold a total of 25,165 American copies as of January, 2018.
Christmas Spirit is a Christmas/holiday seasonal release album by Richard Marx, released in October 2012. Five tracks on the album previously appeared on his 2011 release, The Christmas EP. Christmas Spirit reached No. 181 on the Billboard 200 albums chart and No. 21 on the Billboard Top Christmas Albums chart.
Two of its new tracks became top 20 Adult Contemporary hits. "I Heard The Bells On Christmas Day" is based on Casting Crowns arrangement of the song from their Peace On Earth album. Christmas Spirit yielded five singles, including "Christmas Spirit", "Santa Claus Is Coming To Town", "The Little Drummer Boy", "Christmas Mornings" and "O Holy Night".
The album features duets with Kenny Loggins, Sara Watkins and Sara Niemietz.
Marx returned to the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart's Top Ten chart with Little Drummer Boy in December 2012.
Emotional Remains is the eighth studio album by Richard Marx which was released digitally on October 31, 2008 on Marx's website. Emotional Remains was released simultaneously with Sundown and was re-released exclusively through Amazon.com on September 22, 2009 with two new tracks.
Sundown is the ninth studio album by Richard Marx that was released digitally on October 31, 2008. Sundown was released along with Emotional Remains.
This CD was never released as a commercial product. It was only available on Richard's personal web site for a limited time.
My Own Best Enemy
My Own Best Enemy is the seventh studio album by soft rock singer-songwriter Richard Marx. The album hit #126 on the Billboard album chart in 2004. The album produced two singles, "When You're Gone" and "Ready To Fly." Both of them reached the 'Hot Adult Top 40' chart. "Ready To Fly" also hit #22 on the 'Adult contemporary' chart.
The album marked a return to the microphone for Marx, who had spent the early-2000s as a successful songwriter and producer, after the comparatively weak commercial reception of his last album in 2000.
As of January 2018, the album had sold a total of 56,958 copies in America per Nielsen SoundScan.
Days In Avalon
Days In Avalon is the sixth studio album by singer/songwriter Richard Marx, released independently in 2000 on the now defunct label Signal 21. This was the only release on the label created by Marx and Blood, Sweat, and Tears drummer Bobby Colomby.
The title track, "Days In Avalon", was the only song within the album to appear on any charts. The song spent twelve weeks on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart, peaking at #25. "Straight From My Heart" was later released to country radio but failed to appear on any chart.
Per Nielsen SoundScan, this album had sold 32,391 copies at the time of its deletion.
Flesh And Bone
Flesh and Bone is the out of print fifth studio album by singer/songwriter Richard Marx. It was released in 1997 and was Marx's final studio album released on the Capitol Records imprint.
This release marked an official decline in Marx's commercial standing, peaking at #70 on the Billboard album chart. Per Nielsen SoundScan, F&B had sold a total of 128,654 copies at the time of its deletion.
The single "Until I Find You Again" reached #3 on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart and peaked at #42 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the spring of 1997. Early pressings featured a bonus acoustic EP titled To The Bone. The single and album both hit #1 in several international markets. It was Marx's first new studio release that did not produce a #1 song in America.
Paid Vacation is the fourth studio album by American singer/songwriter Richard Marx, released in 1994.
The album features "Now and Forever", Marx's ninth and final Top 10 hit on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 and most successful single on the Adult Contemporary chart. It was issued as a lead single for the album and stayed atop the Billboard A/C chart for 11 consecutive weeks. The follow-up single "The Way She Loves Me" also achieved in Billboard, reaching the Top 20 on the Hot 100 and hitting #3 at Adult Contemporary radio.
However, the album itself was less successful than his previous efforts. During a 23-week-long chart run on the U. S. Billboard 200, Paid Vacation only reached #37 and failed to climb higher than its predecessor Rush Street. Nevertheless, received his fourth successive Platinum certification from the Recording Industry Association of America in late 1994. The album sold well globally, especially in Japan, providing Marx with his first Gold record in that country.
The album was dedicated to Marx's then-wife Cynthia Rhodes and sons Brandon, Lucas, and Jesse Marx.
Rush Street is the third studio album by singer and songwriter Richard Marx. Released in late 1991, it sold over two million copies in the United States alone. It was Richard's third consecutive multi-million seller in the U. S.
Its first single, "Keep Coming Back," was #1 on the American Adult Contemporary chart for four consecutive weeks. It reached #5 in Cashbox while peaking at #12 in Billboard. The follow-up single, "Hazard", also hit #1 Adult Contemporary. It reached #6 in Cashbox and #9 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Subsequent single releases included "Take This Heart" and "Chains Around My Heart", which were Top Ten hits on the US Adult Contemporary charts. All four hits boasted popular music videos as well. Toto members Steve Lukather and Jeff Porcaro were among the session musicians employed on the album, although they play on separate tracks.
Marx admitted in 2001 that the track "Superstar" is about Madonna. The album was dedicated to son Brandon Marx and grandmother Lois.
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