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Secret Messages


Download links and information about Secret Messages by Electric Light Orchestra. This album was released in 1983 and it belongs to Rock, Progressive Rock, Pop genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 55:54 minutes.

Artist: Electric Light Orchestra
Release date: 1983
Genre: Rock, Progressive Rock, Pop
Tracks: 14
Duration: 55:54
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No. Title Length
1. Secret Messages 4:43
2. Loser Gone Wild 5:27
3. Bluebird 4:13
4. Take Me On and On 4:57
5. Time After Time 4:01
6. Four Little Diamonds 4:05
7. Stranger 4:27
8. Danger Ahead 3:52
9. Letter from Spain 2:51
10. Train of Gold 4:20
11. Rock and Roll Is King 3:45
12. No Way Out 3:26
13. Endless Lies 3:24
14. After All 2:23



Originally conceived of as a double album, and wisely whittled down to one on release, Secret Messages was routine, formulaic Electric Light Orchestra. Lynne's hooks and dense production were still in force, but it sounded more mechanized and heartless than usual, due in part to the surfeit of synthesizers on some tracks. It did include the Top 20 hit "Rock & Roll Is King." [The 2001 CD reissue on Epic/Legacy included three bonus tracks: "After All," the B-side of "Rock & Roll Is King"; "No Way Out," planned for the double-album version of Secret Messages and eventually released on the 1990 Afterglow album; and a previously unreleased version of the Roy Orbison-style "Endless Lies," which was re-recorded for the Balance of Power album.]