It was released in 1984 and spawned the Top 40 single "No Way Out", which was also the first single by any incarnation of the band to hit on the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart.
WMG (от лица компании "RCA Records Label"); BMI - Broadcast Music In. Position Music (Publishing)" и другие авторские общества (4).
Production Coordinator Pat Ieraci (Maurice) Peter Wolf (3) appears through the courtesy of Morocco Records. Automatt Studios: Michelle Zarin, David Rubinson, Vincent Lynch, Michael Fusaro, Vincent Casper, Brad Pueshel, Susan Skaggs, Janice Lee, Jeri Otteson, Joe Ehrlich.
It holds up better than previous efforts Modern Times and Winds of Change, though, due to improved songwriting and the temporarily revitalized presence of Paul Kantner (who would acrimoniously leave the band, taking the "Jefferson" with him, after this album). Kantner's three efforts - "Connection," "Rose Goes to Yale," and "Champion" - paint an intriguing and.
Nuclear Furniture" (1984). Paul Kantner would leave the band after it's release. Saw these guys in concert in '84, they did a great job, everybody wanted to talk with Grace Slick after the show. This album was a little better than "WOC".
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Side A. Layin' It on the Line – 4:09. Sorry Me, Sorry You – 4:07. Live and Let Live – 3:50. Side B. Rose Goes to Yale – 2:56. Shining in the Moonlight – 3:38. Mickey Thomas – voce. Paul Kantner – chitarra, voce, banjo. Donny Baldwin – batteria, percussioni, voce.
Nuclear Furniture, 1984. Layin' It on the Line, 04:11. Sorry Me, Sorry You, 04:07. Live and Let Live, 03:51. Rose Goes to Yale, 02:57.