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8 thoughts on “ Always On My Mind - Loverboy - Loverboy (Cassette, Album)

  1. Loverboy, an Album by Loverboy. Released 6 September on Columbia (catalog no. CK ; CD). Genres: AOR, Pop Rock, Hard Rock.
  2. Although their later albums produced better-known hits, this debut offering from Loverboy is one of their best albums. Despite their later reputation as AOR hitmakers, Loverboy was marketed as a new wave group early on and this album makes it easy to see why: plenty of the songs feature the herky-jerky yet dance-friendly tempo associated with many new wave groups and sleek synthesizer textures.
  3. The easy, fast & fun way to learn how to sing: unofalmysotperptatetavithymisp.coinfo I knew her since high school, we were seventeen I was old enough to know she was old enough to dream I try to remember, bring back memories And you know that she is always on my mind She knew what I needed, never let me down She was always the last to leave, and the first to come around I try to remember, bring back .
  4. From the group's first album, this was the first song that Loverboy lead singer Mike Reno and guitarist Paul Dean wrote together. It wasn't released as a single, but remains one of the band's favorites. When we spoke with Paul Dean in , he said, "The first night that we met.
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  6. Loverboy Wikipedia article Album by Loverboy. The Kid is Hot Tonite Turn Me Loose Always On My Mind Lady of the 80's Little Girl Prissy Prissy Teenage Overdose D.O.A. It Don't Matter External links Amazon: buy Loverboy unofalmysotperptatetavithymisp.coinfo: search for Loverboy • Loverboy iTunes: buy Loverboy AllMusic: Loverboy Discogs: Loverboy MusicBrainz: Loverboy Spotify: Loverboy Released in Length: .
  7. Official Loverboy Band Site. 01 The Kid Is Hot Tonite 02 Turn Me Loose 03 Always On My Mind 04 Lady Of The 80’s.
  8. The hustler (Loverboy) on the cover picture looks like a heroin addict, and so you might think, that this could be a kind of alternative punk rock album, but in fact it was a mixture of new wave, AOR and hard rock; quite successful in the USA, (# 15), but surprisingly it didn't make it at all in the important European charts.I remember, that I liked this record, when I was 21 or

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