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Artist: Roadmaster

Title: Hey World

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Roadmaster Hey World Album Cover


Category: AOR/Pomp

Year: 1979

Label: Mercury Records

Catalog Number: SRM-1-3774


Bobby Johns drums, backing vocals
Rick Benick guitars, backing vocals
Michael Read keyboards, backing vocals
Toby Myers bass guitar, backing vocals
Stephan Mac McNally lead vocals


1.  Hey World  4:42
2.  My Eyes Have Been Opened  4:42
3.  I'm On My Way  4:08
4.  Never Say Goodbye  4:45
5.  Us Comin' Back  4:21
6.  Say You Wanna Be With Me  4:52
7.  Rainbow Waterfall  2:02
8.  Looking for the Day  4:23
9.  Good To Be Back Home  1:22
Total Running Time:  35:17

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From: Nick C Date: July 6, 2006 at 17:01
Although I haven't got the CD yet I've had the album for years. Now although I originally didn't like the band (in fact the first I bought was Fortress which after a year or so stuffed at the back of my record collection grew on me) it has gone on to be one of my favourites by the band ..... well they are all favourites actually. Some might find the sound a little dated these days but if your roots come up through the heady days of the 70's and 80'S then you will like this!

From: Kim HP Date: July 19, 2011 at 19:21
Probably not as good as "Sweet Music" but still a pretty enjoyable 70's AOR/Pomp disc. "Hey World" and "Us Comin' Back" are the best songs here.

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