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Artist: Loverboy

Title: Live, Loud and Loose

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Category: AOR

Year: 2001

Label: Columbia/Legacy Records

Catalog Number: CK 62083

Personnel

Mike Reno vocals
Paul Dean guitar, vocals
Doug Johnson keyboards
Scott Smith bass, vocals
Matt Frenette drums
Nancy Nash vocals
Jean Piche synthesizer

Tracks

1.  Working For The Weekend  3:57
2.  Lucky Ones  4:02
3.  Lady Of The 80's  6:10
4.  Take Me To The Top  7:18
5.  Jump  4:22
6.  This Could Be The Night  5:18
7.  Dangerous  3:50
8.  Lead a Double Life  4:28
9.  When It's Over  5:29
10.  Queen of The Broken Hearts  5:33
11.  Lovin' Every Minute of it  5:02
12.  Hot Girls in Love  6:33
13.  Turn Me Loose  6:04
14.  The Kid is Hot Tonite  5:24
  
Total Running Time:  73:30

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Existing comments about this CD

From: rocky Date: August 20, 2004 at 13:09
this is a great LIVE album.... i heard them for the first time way back in 82`, and i`ve been a fan since then. just listen to the fantastic "turn me loose", "working for the weekend" and also the mega ballad "this could be the night"....every serios AOR fan should have this one in his/her collection...

From: Rene Date: December 5, 2004 at 3:44
I agree with you rocky, a great live album. It have a tipical live spirit too. Some songs i never liked of LOVERBOY but others are great and classic AOR tracks. Any fan of JOURNEY, NIGHT RANGER, SURVIVOR, AIRRACE, STEEL BREEZE....need also to have this in their collection. If you want to start knowing the band, start buying this album. Some of their biggest hits are on this one.

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From: Jez Date: September 27, 2005 at 8:08
This was recorded at various gigs between 82-86,The most notable of these being the excellent 'Pittsburgh', 'Lacrosse' & 'Vancouver' shows (which I have the full versions of & all get regular spins). A great live band, and a much more powerful unit than on their studio counterparts,as this disc goes someway of proving. 'Turn Me Loose', 'Working For The Weekend'& 'Queen Of The Broken Hearts' still get the old heart pumping. A very very good live document of a band at it's peak.

From: PAUL Date: September 29, 2005 at 10:53
Hi Jez.I totally agree with you.LOVERBOY's performance is much better on stage than in studio and the tracks have more energy for sure.We're talking about their best songs from their best period!I know that many fans won't agree,but this is their best work for me.I missed to add...this is a tribute album in memory of SCOTT SMITH(R.I.P.)


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