Loverboy - This Could Be The Night mp3 album
Loverboy released their third album, Keep It Up, in November 1983. Its first single "Hot Girls in Love" became their most successful to that date, reaching N. 1 on the . The video for the song as well as for the follow-up single "Queen of the Broken Hearts" were hugely popular on MTV. 1984–1989. In 1984, Loverboy recorded the United States Team theme for the 1984 Summer Olympics, "Nothing's Gonna Stop You Now". The song originally appeared on The Official Music of the 1984 Games but not on any of their albums or compilations to date . This Could Be the Night". Heaven in Your Eyes".
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Even in ballad form, Loverboy sounds uninspired and bland with "This Could Be the Night," which actually made it to number ten on the charts. The Jim Vallance-Bryan Adams-penned "Dangerous" almost works, but filler like "Bullet in the Chamber," "Friday Night," and "Steal the Thunder" lowers the album's stock substantially, proving that their knack for writing uproarious but catchy radio rock material was now behind them.
Loverboy is a Canadian rock group formed in 1979 in Calgary, Alberta. Throughout the 1980s, the band accumulated numerous hit songs in Canada and the United States, earning four multi-platinum albums and selling millions of records. After being rejected by many American record labels, they signed with Columbia/CBS Records Canada and began recording their first album March 20, 1980, with Mike Reno (born in New Westminster, .
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NotesWhite label promotional pressing.
|A 6950||Loverboy||This Could Be The Night (7", Single)||CBS||A 6950||UK||1985|
|38-05765||Loverboy||This Could Be The Night (7", Single)||Columbia||38-05765||US||1985|
|CAS 2251||Loverboy||This Could Be The Night (LP Version) / This Could Be The Night (Single Version) (12", Promo)||Columbia||CAS 2251||US||1985|
|07 5P-411||Loverboy||This Could Be The Night (7", Single)||Epic||07 5P-411||Japan||1985|
|A 6950||Loverboy||This Could Be The Night (7", Single)||CBS||A 6950||Europe||1985|