|Title:||Breaking All The Rules|
|Style:||Rock & Roll, Pop Rock|
|Catalog #:||AMLK 63722|
|1||Friday On My Mind||4:18|
|3||Going To L.A.||5:57|
|4||Lost A Part Of You||3:42|
|5||I Don't Wanna Let You Go||4:21|
|6||You Kill Me||4:13|
|7||Wasting The Night Away||4:12|
|8||Dig What I Say||4:10|
|9||Breaking All The Rules||7:04|
|AMLK 63722, SP-3722||Frampton||Breaking All The Rules (LP, Album)||A&M Records, A&M Records||AMLK 63722, SP-3722||Europe||1981|
|SP-3722||Peter Frampton||Breaking All The Rules (LP, Album, Club)||A&M Records||SP-3722||Canada||1981|
|CAM 63722||Peter Frampton||Breaking All The Rules (Cass)||A&M Records||CAM 63722||Italy||1981|
|L37429||Frampton||Breaking All The Rules (LP, Album)||A&M Records||L37429||New Zealand||1981|
|AMLH 63722||Frampton||Breaking All The Rules (LP, Album)||A&M Records||AMLH 63722||South Africa||1981|
BIEM/STEMRA LC 0485 CB 271
Made in Holland.
℗ 1981 A&M Records, Inc. / © 1981 A&M Records, Inc.
Distributed by CBS Records / Printed in Holland.
Breaking All the Rules is the seventh studio album by Peter Frampton, released in 1981. The Breaking All the Rules album had featured a raw live in the studio approach like its predecessor Rise Up, which was a Brazilian release to promote Frampton's concert tour in Brazil in 1980. The album had won airplay for its anthemic title track, which was co-written with Procol Harum lyricist Keith Reid. The album's cover was photographed at 350 W 23rd Street, Chelsea, New York City. Breaking All the Rules. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Breaking All the RulesOriginally Performed By Peter Frampton Karaoke Version. From the album Breaking All The Rules 1981. 2010 г. Breaking All The Rules by Peter Frampton. Album 1981 9 Songs. Peter Frampton. Rock in album Peter Frampton - Breaking All The Rules 1981. Peter Frampton - Dig What I Say. Peter Frampton - I Don't Wanna Let You Go. Peter Frampton - Wasting The Night Away. Breaking All the Rules is a good, solid effort by Peter Frampton which would have been better had he decided to break a few rules. The problem here is that Frampton is treading water, in familiar territory, singing and playing within the confines of a well constructed safe record. There is a brilliant hook in Going to L. which might have been a hit had co-producer David Kershenbaum given it a little of what he would inject into Tracy Chapman seven years after this. A strong vocal from Frampton as well as a strong performance, but a failure to do what his last three albums did: ge. Watch the video for Breaking All The Rules from Peter Frampton's The Best of Peter Frampton for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. From The Album. Play album. The Best of Peter Frampton. Peter Frampton born 22 April 1950 in Beckenham, Kent is a British musician, best known today for his multi-platinum selling solo work in the mid-70s when he was an arena rocker. He originally became famous, however, as a young member of psychedelic era band The Herd and became a teen idol in Britain. Steve Marriott reportedly wanted to bring the 18-year-old Frampton into the Small Faces lineup but ended up starting Humble Pie with Frampton instead. Band Name Peter Frampton. Album Name Breaking All the Rules. Type Album. Released date 1981. Labels Lemon Records UK. Music StyleRock. Members owning this album2. Going to L. You Kill Me. Friday on My Mind. Lost a Part of You. Buy this album. Learn more. Other productions from Peter Frampton. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. Breaking All the Rules, 2007. Dig What I Say, 04:09. I Don't Want to Let You Go, 04:18. Rise Up, 03:45. Wasting the Night Away, 04:08. You Kill Me, 04:12. Friday On My Mind, 04:15. Breaking All the Rules, 07:05. Now playing . Completa la tua Collezione su Frampton