Thursday 10pm: Feature LP: Elton John – Too Low For Zero (1983)

April 11, 2019
Editor In Chief

Too Low for Zero (stylized as 2 ↓ 4 0), released May 30,1983, is the seventeenth studio album release by Elton John. The album marked a comeback for John, whose previous four albums had failed to yield many enduring international hit singles, and had disappointing sales compared to his string of hit records released during the first half of the 1970s. It is his best selling album of the 1980s, earning Platinum certification by both the RIAA and the British Phonographic Industry. It produced several hit songs, each accompanied by successful MTV music videos, and it spent over a year on the Billboard album chart.

“Cold as Christmas (In the Middle of the Year)” – 4:19
“I’m Still Standing” – 3:02
“Too Low for Zero” – 5:46
“Religion” – 4:05
“I Guess That’s Why They Call It the Blues” – 4:41
“Crystal” – 5:05
“Kiss the Bride” – 4:22
“Whipping Boy” – 3:43
“Saint” – 5:17
“One More Arrow” – 3:34
“Earn While You Learn” – 6:46
“Dreamboat” – 7:34
“The Retreat” – 4:46

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