Strictly Personal (The Romantics album). Strictly Personal is the third album by The Romantics. It was released in 1981 on Nemperor Records. All tracks written by Jimmy Marinos, Coz Canler and Wally Palmar, except where noted. In the Nighttime" - 3:41. No One Like You" - 3:08. Why'd You Leave Me" - 3:27. Can't Get Over You" - (Marinos, Canler, Palmar, Richard Cole) - 3:09. C'mon Girl (Work Out With Me)" - 2:28.
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Strictly Personal isn't the Romantics' worst album (than dubious honor goes to Rhythm Romance, but it comes close enough that only completists and obsessive fans need bother with it. Track Listing.
Band Name The Romantics. Album Name Strictly Personal. Erscheinungsdatum 1981.
This lineup of the band recorded the album Strictly Personal in 1981 with producer Mike Stone, who had produced for Queen Commercial success (1983-1986). Jimmy Marinos, the Romantics' original drummer, temporarily returned to the band for a series of performances in 1996–1997 (with Clem Burke returning to the Romantics' drumstool after Marinos departed again). In 2003, twenty years after the release of their most commercially successful album, In Heat, the Romantics released 61/49–a more roots rock and blues-oriented record than the band's previous efforts. Although Clem Burke performed as the band's primary drummer on the release, original drummer Jimmy Marinos is featured on half of the tracks.
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For "Strictly Personal," it shows. Changing producers from Pete Solley to Mike Stone (of Queen fame), SP sounds rushed and noisy, songs looking for refinement and not getting any. Mike Skill was out over the usual artistic difs, and his songwriting is missed. The Romantics still to this day deliver the goods! Their third album kinda got lost! Strictly Personal is truly a Gem! Great songs,Loud drums and Nasty guitars fill up this first half of this disc. Almost their entry into heavy metal! Really!In Heat finishes off the second half with some of the best Pop Rock dance music song after song!
Strictly Personal is the third album by The Romantics.
|A1||In The Nighttime||3:41|
|A2||Look At Her||2:58|
|A3||No One Like You||3:08|
|A5||Why´d You Leave Me||3:27|
|B1||Can´t Get Over You||3:09|
|B2||C´mon Girl (Work Out With Me)||2:28|
|B3||Spend A Little Love On Me||2:41|
|B5||All That I Want||3:31|
|B6||Don´t You Put Me On Hold||2:41|
|ARZ 37435||The Romantics||Strictly Personal (LP, Album, Pit)||Nemperor Records||ARZ 37435||US||1981|
|EPC 85271||The Romantics||Strictly Personal (LP, Album)||Epic||EPC 85271||Netherlands||1981|
|PZT 37435||The Romantics||Strictly Personal (Cass, Album, Dol)||Nemperor Records||PZT 37435||US||1981|
|850703003705||The Romantics||Strictly Personal (CD, Album, RE)||Culture Factory||850703003705||US||2012|
|RZT 37435||The Romantics||Strictly Personal (Cass, Album)||Nemperor Records||RZT 37435||US||1981|