is a studio album
released by Rod Stewart
on June 18, 1984 (see 1984 in music
). It was Stewart’s 13th studio album and was released on Warner Bros. Records
(WEA 925 095-1). Three singles came from this album. They were “Infatuation”, “Some Guys Have All the Luck”, and a cover of the Free hit
“All Right Now”.
All the tracks were recorded at Lion Share Studio
in Los Angeles, CA
. Grammy award
winning producer Michael Omartian
produced all the songs except “Bad for You”, which was self-produced by Rod. In the liner notes a disclaimer alludes to a reason behind this.
<!-- Automatically generated by DASHBot-->The album received similar reviews to its predecessor, Body Wishes
, although Stephen Thomas Erlewine
called it "relatively better", due to a couple of strong singles in "Infatuation" and "Some Guys Have All The Luck". A review was not given in Rolling Stone
magazine, but in the review for the album's successor, Every Beat of My Heart
, they called the album "overly slick". It currently holds the lowest rating on George Starostin's Music Reviews.The album has sold more 4 million in worldwide.
peaked at #8 on the UK charts and reached a silver sales certification
on June 27, 1984. In the US it peaked at #18 and went gold
on August 12, 1984. Although no single from the album reached the UK
Top 10, two... Read More