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8 thoughts on “ Love Was New - Chicago (2) - Hot Streets (Cassette, Album)

  1. Album. Hot Streets Chicago. Released Love Was New Lyrics. 9. No Tell Lover Lyrics. Show Me the Way Lyrics. About “Hot Streets” “Hot Streets” Q&A. More Chicago albums.
  2. I mean, Chicago has released some bad albums, but among Chicago 13, XIV, 18, 19 & Twenty 1, there's at least decent songs per album. HOT STREETS fails to log even one. The closest they come is Jimmy Pankow's snappy opener, ALIVE AGAIN, which is marred by an absolutely wretched 1st performance as new Chicago guitarist by Donnie Dacus.
  3. Hot Streets is the tenth studio album (twelfth overall) by the American band Chicago, released in In many ways, Hot Streets marked the beginning of a new era for the band, turning to disco music, a move which would be derided in retrospect. This was the band's first album with all-new material released since their second that did not have a numbered title.
  4. Listen free to Chicago – Hot Streets (Alive Again, The Greatest Love On Earth and more). 10 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at penviverexviserbotysbowlpimanri.xyzinfo
  5. Hot streets down below me All the people moving slowly As they search each other's faces For a trace of hope Concealed beneath their laughter And it's only love they're after Mountains lie before me Skies ahead are looking stormy As the highway driver braces For a race with time To reach a destination Of his own imagination A child of the sky.
  6. Nov 17,  · Chicago, “Love Was New” from ‘Hot Streets’ (): Saturdays in the Park Share this: While most classic rock bands had one designated lead singer, a small handful recorded with two, three, or even four different members singing lead.
  7. with a new producer, a new guitarist and a new album that boasts an honest-to-God title instead of yet another Roman numeral. And if, on a scale of X, Hot Streets rates no higher than a V or VI, it's still the band's most interesting record in eons. The death last January of guitarist Terry Kath seems to have given Chicago a new lease on life.

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