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Suzi Quatro - Back to the Drive album mp3
Hard Rock,Contemporary Pop/Rock,Glam Rock,Rock & Roll
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    Suzi Quatro
  • Title:
    Back to the Drive
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    Hard Rock,Contemporary Pop/Rock,Glam Rock,Rock & Roll
  • Date of release:
    March 14, 2006
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    1921 megabytes
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    1811 megabytes
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    1520 megabytes
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Suzi Quatro - Back To The Drive (2006).

Back to the Drive is an album by Suzi Quatro. Released in March 2006, it was her comeback album, and her first since 1990's Oh Suzi Q. (apart from 1995's What Goes Around, which contained mostly re-recordings of her oldies, and 1998's Unreleased Emotion which had been recorded in 1983, but until then unreleased) and her eleventh studio album

I'm back!" Kicking off her first collection of all new material in over a decade with one of the most unequivocal declarations in her entire catalog, the Divine Miss Q is clearly out for blood. Titled for one of the most self-defining singles of the '70s, the raw roar of "Devilgate Drive," Back to the Drive serves up a dozen tracks that might look back to the Chinnichap era for energy and enthusiasm (Mike Chapman is among her collaborators here), but are eyeing the future too. Too many of her contemporaries, after all, are content to simply spin out the old hits.

Band Name Suzi Quatro. Album Name Back to the Drive. Erscheinungsdatum 2006. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen5. 1. Back to the Drive. 2. 15 Minutes of Fame. 4. I Don't Do Gentle. 5. I'Ll Walk Through the Fire with You. 6. Wasted Moments. 7. Rockin' in the Free World (Cover Neil Young). 9. Sometimes Love Is Letting. 10. Dancing in the Wind. 11. Free the Butterfly. 12. Born Making Noise.

ALBUM, TITLE: Back To The Drive. Release year, date: 2006. 01. Back To The Drive 02. 15 Minutes Of Fame 03. Duality 04.

Suzi Quatro – Rockin in The Free World - Back To The Driv. :50. Back-on – 05 - DRIVE (NEW WORLD 2006. SUZI QUATRO - Back To The Drive (2006) – No Choice. Suzi Quatro (Susan Kay Quatro – Rockin In The Free World.

Back To The Drive albümüne ait şarkıları görebilir ve dinleyebilirsiniz. En çok dinlenen, en popüler şarkıcılar, albümler ve şarkılar muzikdinle. Let's go back Let's go back, oh yeah We'll do the forty acre line When we all go back to the drive Let's go back Let's go back, yeah Take a roller-coaster ride And we'll all go back to the drive, yeah. The glitter, the glamour The way we made it look And then we learned to use it like a hook And it was so true, me and you We had never looked better We had every little thing it took. Precious metal drippin' off our walls Magazines whose stories made it crystal clear Well that's good, But we always wanted more The limousine is waitin' at your door

Rockin' in the Free World.


Victory Tischler-Blue - Insert Photography, Photography
Steve Grant - Producer
Gered Mankowitz - Insert Photography, Photography
Steve Payne - Cover Photo, Insert Photography
Suzi Quatro - Composer, Primary Artist
Shirley Roden - Composer
Jean Roussel - Composer
Andy Scott - Composer, Producer
Neil Young - Composer

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Back to the Drive Suzi Quatro 4:33
2 15 Minutes of Fame Suzi Quatro / Andy Scott Suzi Quatro 3:51
3 Duality Suzi Quatro / Andy Scott Suzi Quatro 5:02
4 I Don't Do Gentle Suzi Quatro / Andy Scott Suzi Quatro 4:25
5 I'll Walk Through the Fire with You Suzi Quatro / Shirley Roden / Andy Scott Suzi Quatro 4:30
6 Wasted Moments Suzi Quatro / Andy Scott Suzi Quatro 5:03
7 Rockin' in the Free World Neil Young Suzi Quatro 4:59
8 No Choice Suzi Quatro / Jean Roussel Suzi Quatro 5:33
9 Sometimes Love Is Letting Go Suzi Quatro / Shirley Roden Suzi Quatro 4:36
10 Dancing in the Wind Suzi Quatro / Shirley Roden Suzi Quatro 4:54
11 Free the Butterfly Suzi Quatro Suzi Quatro 4:56
12 Born Making Noise Suzi Quatro / Andy Scott Suzi Quatro 7:17
13 [Untitled Hidden Track] Suzi Quatro

"Twenty-five years doesn't make a lot of sense...", Suzi Quatro sings, declaring her return on this 2006 album. Twenty five years since her stellar association with producer Mike Chapman and her late manager, Mickie Most, came to an end and skid-stopped her recording career, perhaps. But there was a 1992 studio album (`Oh, Suzi Q.) with a Dutch production team (the Bolland brothers) that largely drowned the Quatro of old in mountains of middle-of-the-road synths, only letting the Queen of Rock and Roll out for the two or three tracks she wrote.`Back to the Drive' is, overall, a far more inspiring effort than that. But the Quatro of old - particularly in the "Don't mess with me, boy, I'm tougher than you" attitude - has not yet returned. She's there in the lyrics, if not necessarily the sound, of the closing track, `Born Making Noise', and in the over-precise `I Don't Do Gentle', which strives to tap the sound of 1974's `Quatro' album, but ends up sounding way too big band for its own good. She's there in spades in the full throated conviction of the gloriously hard-edged Neil Young cover, `Rockin in the Free World' - the disc's best song. And she's undeniably there in the misguidedly over-produced retro blast of the Mike Chapman-penned title track-his only contribution to this project.And that is the problem. Chapman is not the producer.Quatro's ambition on the record, in lyrics and musical styles, are impressive and undeniable. The gospel-inspired, `Sometimes Love is Letting Go', works curiously well. Yet in execution, on almost every track, the result winds up falling short of her reach. Mostly this is because, in trying not to sound stuck in the past (the 70s), the updating of the sound makes her seem stuck in the 80s and the 90s, with which she was never associated anyway. In part, this is probably because some songs were written in the 90s for an album that was recorded but, when the record label collapsed, never released (`No Choice', `Dancing in the Wind' and the uncharacteristically sappy `Free the Butterfly', written in1991 during a spiritual phase and divorce from guitarist Len Tuckey.) But too often it is because production team, Andy Scott (from 70s band, The Sweet) and Steve Grant have elected to use production effects that both smother the spontaneity of Quatro's straight up and down rock style and are not true to her sound (the scissor effect at the beginning of `Dancing in the Wind', the megaphone vocal on `Duality', the soft rock synth pads of `I'll Walk Through the Fire With You' or the over-compressed sound of `Back to the Drive' - and the somewhat embarrassing decision to have her laugh, "I'm baaaack", just as that track kicks in). The overall result is a genre-hopping album of songs from different eras that have not been tied together by an over-arching production style and approach, which was always Chapman's rubber stamp.Yet, it showed Quatro - if not the Queen of Rock and Roll - was back hungry to continue.