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Power Station: Nagoya 1996
Power station japan 1996
unofficial live album
Venue Unknown Venue, Nagoya
Japan Japan flag
Recorded 5 December 1996
Released 2005
Label Unknown Label
Format 2xCD
Length 20 tracks
Genre Pop, rock
Producer The Power Station
Japanese concert posters 1996
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The Power Station

Power Station: Nagoya 1996 is an unofficial live album by The Power Station, recorded during The Living In Fear Tour in Nagya, Japan on 5 December 1996.

About the albumEdit

This was the third of six Japanese shows on the tour, which included concerts in Tokyo and Yokohama.

The album features Andy Taylor performing vocals on "Harvest For The World", originally covered by the band on their debut album The Power Station in 1985.

The bootleg also features many Robert Palmer solo songs such as "Addicted To Love", which Andy Taylor performed guitar on the original single.

Track listingEdit

CD 1Edit

  1. "Murderess"
  2. "Notoriety"
  3. "She Can Rock It"
  4. "Dope"
  5. "Simply Irresistible"
  6. "Hot Pants"
  7. "Go To Zero"
  8. "Every Kinda People"
  9. "Double Fun"
  10. "Scared"

CD 2Edit

  1. "Life Forces
  2. "Harvest For The World" (vocals Andy Taylor)
  3. "Power Trippin'"
  4. "Living In Fear"
  5. "Bad Case of Loving You"
  6. "Secrets"
  7. "Some Like It Hot"
  8. "Tell Me Something Good"
  9. "Rags To Rufus"
  10. "Addicted To Love"

PersonnelEdit

The Power Station are:

With:

See alsoEdit

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