Download links and information about Nine Lives by REO Speedwagon. This album was released in 1979 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Pop genres. It contains 9 tracks with total duration of 34:16 minutes.
|Genre:||Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Pop|
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|1.||Heavy On Your Love||3:34|
|2.||Drop It (An Old Disguise)||3:12|
|3.||Only the Strong Survive||3:52|
|5.||Rock & Roll Music||2:53|
|7.||I Need You Tonight||3:34|
|8.||Meet Me On the Mountain||4:04|
|9.||Back On the Road Again||5:39|
REO Speedwagon gets slagged regularly, but they always deliver in concert and the freewheelin' Nine Lives, their (natch) ninth, sports one cool sleeve: tight leather, suspenders, fishnets, and cat chicks. The black circle inside rocks mightily also. Bassman Bruce Hall steps up to the plate with "Back on the Road Again," a stadium stage staple that kept these Illinois boys makin' noise on the radio. The Caribbean vibe in the hard luck "Easy Money" can't touch the Scorpions' 1979 foray into reggae ("Is There Anybody There?"), but old reliable axeman Gary Richrath keeps the number burning. The obligatory ballad, "I Need You Tonight," is one of REO's best cuts ever with priceless piano from Neal Doughty, the most unsung keyboardist alive. The whole quintet cooks on the stony nugget "Meet Me on the Mountain," the Led orgasm "Heavy on Your Love," barroom showoff "Drop It," and unheard single "Only the Strong Survive." REO's next record sparked a phenomenon, and the band never kicked out a set as rocking and carefree as Nine Lives again.