Want to talk rock and metal? Come join the Heavy Harmonies message board!
hard rock bands, melodic metal reference guide, band discography

Site Login
Message Board!

Newest Additions
Newest Comments
Audio Samples
Top 100 Rated CDs
Band Homepages
Cover Songs
Submit CDs to HH
Music Genres at HH
Soundtrack Reference

Best CDs of 2020 NEW
Best CDs of 2019
Best CDs of 2018
Best CDs of 2017
Best CDs of 2016
Best CDs of 2015
Best CDs of 2014
Best CDs of 2013
Best CDs of 2012
Best CDs of 2011
Best CDs of 2010
Best CDs of 2009
Best CDs of 2008
Best CDs of 2007
Best CDs of 2006
Best CDs of 2005
Best CDs of 2004
Best CDs of 2003
Best CDs of 2002
Ultrasound 2001
Ultrasound 2000

About the Site
Site Contributors
My CD Collection

View Bands by Genre:
Pop AOR / Westcoast (433)
Melodic Rock / AOR (2067)
80s Hard Rock (4525)
Modern Hard Rock (220)
Sleaze Glam (768)
Melodic Metal (739)
Prog Rock (271)
Southern or Blues Rock (162)
Instrumental Wizards (188)

Search ALL of Heavy Harmonies:
Search specific categories:

THE Hard Rock and AOR Reference on the Internet!

Bands: 9375 CDS: 22240 Songs: 264008

(Banner ads are FREE for bands and labels. Email me if interested.)

Donate $50    Donate $20    Donate $10    Donate $5    Donate $2   
Your ongoing support of Heavy Harmonies is appreciated!

#s A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Compilations    Soundtracks    Tributes

[Richard Marx Band Picture]

Artist: Richard Marx

Title: Repeat Offender

Richard Marx Homepage

(click on Artist's name above to return to artist's main page)

Richard Marx Repeat Offender Album Cover


Category: Pop Rock

Year: 1989

Label: EMI Usa

Catalog Number: CDP-7-90380-2


Richard Marx lead vocals, background vocals
Mark Baird drums
John Pierce bass
Steve Lukather guitars
Michael Omartian piano
Bill Champlin B3 organ, background vocals
Randy Jackson bass
Michael Landau guitars
Bruce Gaitsch guitars
Jeffery Vanston keyboards
Bill Payne B3 organ
Paulinho Da Costa percussion
Cynthia Rhodes background vocals
Prairie Prince drums
Jim Cliff bass
Marc Russo sax
Fee Waybill background vocals
Tommy Funderburk background vocals
John Keane drums
Jon Walmsley guitars
Paul Warren guitars
Dave Koz sax
Bobby Kimball background vocals
John Robinson drums
Mike Derosier drums
Bill Cuomo keyboards
Gatlin Brothers background vocals
Terry Williams background vocals
Ruth Marx background vocals
Shelley Cole background vocals
Gene Miller background vocals
Don Shelton background vocals
Kevin Cronin background vocals
Tom Scott sax
Jerry Hey trumpet
Gary Grant trumpet
Larry Williams sax


1.  Nothin' You Can Do About It  4:44
2.  Satisfied  4:14
3.  Angelia  5:18
4.  Too Late to Say Goodbye  4:53
5.  Right Here Waiting  4:24
6.  Heart on the Line  4:43
7.  Real World  4:14
8.  If You Don't Want My Love  4:07
9.  That Was Lulu  3:45
10.  Wait for the Sunrise  4:16
11.  Children of the Night  4:45
Total Running Time:  49:23

If you see any errors or omissions in the CD information shown above, either in the musician credits or song listings (cover song credits, live tracks, etc.), please post them in the corrections section of the Heavy Harmonies forum/message board.

The music discographies on this site are works in progress. If you notice that a particular Richard Marx CD release or compilation is missing from the list above, please submit that CD using the CD submission page. The ultimate goal is to make the discographies here at Heavy Harmonies as complete as possible. Even if it is an obscure greatest-hits or live compilation CD, we want to add it to the site. Please only submit official CD releases; no bootlegs or cassette-only or LP-only releases.

EPs and CD-singles from Richard Marx are also welcome to be added, as long as they are at least 4 songs in length.

Existing comments about this CD

From: Doug Date: September 28, 2009 at 11:42
He's never going to be considered a heavy rocker so let's not jump on the whole "why is he on this site" thing. Cannot deny that he's a talented singer. Sure had a lot of help on this CD, huh? Some interesting names on above personnel list.

From: metalmaniac777 Date: October 27, 2009 at 14:52
No doubt about it, the guy's got an incredible voice and I'd gladly stick my dick in an industrial blender if he would do a bonafide hard rock album, but I'm pretty sure there's a better chance of Rosie O'Donnell dying from anorexia than that ever happening. I was 16 years-old when this CD came out and I remember absolutely loving "Children of the Night." Bought the cassette single and played it over and over again until everyone within earshot begged for mercy. The other hit songs ("Angelia" and "Right Here Waiting") are pretty solid soft-rock tunes too, but anyone expecting a hard edge is going to be as offended as a Baptist minister at a Satanic orgy.

From: feiying43 Date: January 7, 2010 at 19:09
Apart from those best known tracks here, the rest also rocks. Worth a listen, even today, 20 whole years from its release. P.S: Thought that 'Rush Street' 'Paid Vacation' should be both put on

From: rick kerch vzla Date: May 23, 2010 at 0:12
AOR,Pop and Rock all over,this album is pure excellence!.."Waiting For The Sunrise" and "Children Of The Night" are top notch songs but what about "Angelia","Right Here Waiting" and "Satisfied"...a perfect hit album 95/100

From: Ydol eM Date: July 31, 2013 at 9:28
I agree with rick about the styles that can be found here. Very professionally written, played and sung pop rock, sometimes soft aor. However, thanks to this professionalism, the album seems to me cold and sterile. I miss either rave energy (e.g.Bryan Adams) or sentimental vibes (e.g.Boulevard). Anyway, a nice album and excellent singer, definitely worth being a part of these pages. 80/100.

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: July 31, 2013 at 17:55
This is embarrassing. First time I ever slow-danced with a girl was to "Right Here Waiting." January, 1990, my older sister's winter formal dance (my mom was chaperoning and had brought me along) I bugged the DJ to play some meta, and he obliged with "Dr. Feelgoood" and, oddly, Metallica's "One." Then a bunch of pop stuff from the time, and up came ol' Richard Marx, and I found myself dancing with Tiffany, one of my sister's friends. My mom thought she was kinda trashy, but she was actually very sweet to em. We danced to one other song, and damn if I can remember what it was. New Kids On The Block, I think.

You cannot leave comments for this CD because you are not currently logged in. Please click here to log in or create a Username for leaving comments.

Latest Audio Samples

(See all...)

album cover
album cover
album cover
album cover
album cover
album cover
album cover
album cover
album cover
album cover
album cover
album cover
album cover
album cover
album cover
album cover
album cover
album cover
album cover
album cover
album cover
album cover
album cover
album cover
album cover
album cover
album cover
album cover
album cover
album cover
album cover
album cover
album cover
album cover
album cover
album cover
album cover
album cover
album cover

(See all...)