Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Suzi Quatro - If You Knew Suzi (1978) (Vinyl Rip)

Year: 1978 (LP 1983)
Label: Balkanton Records (Bulgaria), BTA 11048
Style: Glam Rock
Country: UK
Time: 38:21
Format: Flac Tracks 16/44,1 kHz
Size: 253 Mb

If You Knew Suzi... is the sixth regular studio album by Suzi Quatro, released at the end of 1978, with a 1979 copyright date. By August 2012 this was still Quatro's highest-charting album in the United States (it peaked at number 37 on The Billboard 200). The album also yielded Quatro's biggest US single hit, a duet with Chris Norman named "Stumblin' In" (which reached number 4 in both The Billboard Hot 100 and the Billboard Adult Contemporary charts. It also had an advertising billboard on Sunset Boulevard.
The credits show the album to be a multinational production: tracks were recorded in Cologne (Germany), Paris (France), and Glendale (California). It was then mixed in California and mastered in London (United Kingdom) to be distributed by a company based in New York City.
Various international versions of the album contained the Vanda and Young-penned song "Evie" instead of "Stumblin' In". When If You Knew Suzi... was re-released as a "two-fer" with the Suzi ... and Other Four Letter Words album, both "Evie" and "Stumblin' In" were included.

01. A1 Don't Change My Luck (03:44)
02. A2 Tired Of Waiting (03:32)
03. A3 Suicide (04:09)
04. A4 Evie (04:39)
05. A5 The Race Is On (04:04)
06. B1 If You Can't Give Me Love (03:57)
07. B2 Breakdown (03:27)
08. B3 Non-Citizen (03:21)
09. B4 Rock And Roll Hoochie Koo (03:28)
10. B5 Wiser Than You (03:54)

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