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Love Songs


Download links and information about Love Songs by Loverboy. This album was released in 2003 and it belongs to Rock, Pop genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 56:26 minutes.

Artist: Loverboy
Release date: 2003
Genre: Rock, Pop
Tracks: 13
Duration: 56:26
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No. Title Length
1. This Could Be the Night 4:59
2. Hot Girls In Love 3:59
3. Take Me to the Top (Re-Mix) 6:11
4. Heaven In Your Eyes 4:03
5. Always On My Mind 3:33
6. One-Sided Love Affair 3:41
7. Lucky Ones 3:49
8. Love Will Rise Again 4:29
9. When It'S Over 5:07
10. Lady of the 80'S 5:07
11. Sword and Stone (featuring Paul Dean) 4:06
12. Lovin' Every Minute of It 3:34
13. Almost Paradise (Love Theme "Footloose") (featuring Mike Reno) 3:48



Though they're best-known for their anthemic pop/rock and hard rock singles like "The Kid Is Hot Tonite" and "Workin' for the Weekend," Loverboy did enough sweeping power ballads that their Love Songs collection is fairly substantial. "This Could Be the Night," "Heaven in Your Eyes," "When It's Over," and the Ann Wilson duet "Almost Paradise" are quintessential romantic rock ballads from the '80s, with searing guitars and synth washes conveying soaring passions. This being a Loverboy collection, however, lust is just as important — if not more so — than love, though it's possible that "Take Me to the Top" and "Lovin' Every Minute of It" could be seen as love songs to the group's raging libido. The group's occasionally silly lyrics ("Hot Girls in Love"'s "She's on a rainbow cruise all the way to my room" is a prime example) could be a mood-killer as well, depending on the mood you wish to set. Then there are the songs that just sound out of place, like the chugging, somewhat clunky "Lucky Ones" — even if it's about getting lucky, the music just doesn't fit. Fortunately, "Always on My Mind," "Love Will Rise Again," "Lady of the '80s," and the seemingly Dungeons & Dragons-influenced "Sword and Stone" have a better balance of raunch, romance, and humor. Despite the band's name, Loverboy isn't as convincingly romantic as, say, Journey or Foreigner, but Love Songs is still a pretty good collection of their more tender moments — relatively speaking, that is.