Sunday, August 15, 2021

Prism - Beat Street (1983)

Prism - Beat Street (1983)

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Side one
1. "Nightmare"   4:26
2. "Beat Street"   4:21
3. "Dirty Mind"   3:32
4. "Modern Times"   3:55

Side two
5. "Is He Better Than Me"   3:19
6. "Blue Collar"   3:15
7. "Wired"   3:48
8. "State of the Heart"   3:09
9. "I Don't Want to Want You Anymore"   4:17

Prism Band Members / Musicians
Henry Small – lead and background vocals
Paul Warren – guitars
Richie Zito – guitars; backing vocals
Mike Baird – drums; percussion
Dennis Bellfield – bass guitar
Alan Pasqua – keyboards
Jimmy Phillips – keyboards
Michael Tempo – percussion
Timothy B. Schmit – backing vocals
Bill Champlin – backing vocals
Bobby Kimball – backing vocals

John S. Carter – producer
Warren Dewey – engineer
Gene Wooley – assistant engineer
Richard "Beef" McKernan – assistant engineer
Wally Traugott – mastering
Bill Burks – art direction
Andy Engel – design
Ron Slenzak – photography

Beat Street is the sixth studio album by the Canadian rock band Prism. It was originally released in 1983 on the record label, Capitol, two years after Prism's successful album, Small Change. It was the last of two Prism studio albums featuring the lead vocalist Henry Small, who had replaced Ron Tabak after his forced departure in 1981. It features high-profile guest backing vocalists, including the Eagles' co-lead singer Timothy B. Schmit, Toto's lead singer Bobby Kimball and Chicago's lead singer Bill Champlin. The album is notably the band's first album not to feature their guitarist and founding member Lindsay Mitchell. The album was their last recording of original material until they officially reformed in 1987–88. In that incarnation of the band, Small was replaced by Darcy Deutsch.

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