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RICHARD MARX (RUSH STREET)

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CDs

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Condition:

Good

Duration:

Album

Release Year:

1991

Country/Region of Manufacture:

United States

Artist:

RICHARD MARX

Format:

CD

Release Date:

NOV 1991

Number of Discs:

1

Record Label:

Capitol/EMI Records

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THIS CD SHIPS IN A NEW JEWEL CASE ,BUT WITHOUT THE ARTWORK. Additional Information about Rush Street by Richard Marx (CD, Nov-1991, Capitol/EMI Records) Portions of this page Copyright 1948 - 2012 Muze Inc. All rights reserved. Album Features Artist: Richard Marx Format: CD Release Year: 1991 Record Label: Capitol/EMI Records Genre: Rock Pop Track Listing 1. Playing With Fire 2. Love Unemotional 3. Keep Coming Back 4. Take This Heart 5. Hazard 6. Hands in Your Pocket 7. Calling You 8. Superstar 9. Streets of Pain 10. I Get No Sleep 11. Big Boy Now 12. Chains Around My Heart 13. Your World Details Playing Time: 65 min. Contributing Artists: Billy Joel, Luther Vandross, Steve Lukather, Jeff Porcaro Producer: Richard Marx Distributor: EMI Music Distribution Recording Type: Studio Recording Mode: Stereo SPAR Code: AAD Album Notes This collector's edition picture-disc comes packaged in cardboard digipak.Richard Marx's 1991 release, Rush Street, is a varied album that was billed as "the dark side of Richard Marx," and was also his last true rock roll album (subsequent releases found him venturing almost exclusively into the adult contemporary domain). Rush Street explores different musical territories, with almost each song emerging as a cautionary tale in some form or another. The album kicks off to a rocking start with the bluesy "Playing With Fire" and the harmonica-enhanced "Love Unemotional." "Superstar" finds Marx in a funky mode, "Big Boy Now" is a catchy ballad that could have been a single, and "Streets of Pain" and "I Get No Sleep" (the latter featuring Billy Joel banging away at a piano) come straight out of '80s arena rock. The true gems on this set, however, are the three singles, which rank among Marx's most compelling recordings. "Keep Coming Back" is a sultry, sexy, and downright cool R B jam, with Luther Vandross' background vocals adding a spellbinding quality. "Take This Heart" is an exuberant, up-tempo hit, and the real winner, "Hazard," a dark, brooding ballad about a small-town murder, remains Marx's most haunting, unique, and memorable recording. Rush Street may not be as strong as its two predecessors, and also doesn't contain anything in the vein of "Right Here Waiting" or "Hold on to the Nights," but fans of first-rate songwriting and straight-ahead rock will surely not be disappointed. Jose F. Promis
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