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Friday 12am ET: Feature LP: Meat Loaf – Bat Out of Hell II: Back into Hell (1993)

Bat Out of Hell II: Back into Hell is the sixth studio album by American rock singer Meat Loaf and was written and produced by Jim Steinman. It was released in September 1993, sixteen years after Meat Loaf’s first solo album Bat Out of Hell. The album reached number 1 in the United States, United Kingdom and Australia. Five tracks were released as singles, including “I’d Do Anything for Love (But I Won’t Do That)”, which reached number 1 in 28 countries.

The album was released by Virgin Records outside of North America, where it was released by MCA. The third part of the Bat trilogy, Bat Out of Hell III: The Monster Is Loose, was released in 2006.

Just like the first album of the trilogy, Bat Out of Hell II was a huge commercial success and sold over 14 million copies worldwide.

1. “I’d Do Anything for Love (But I Won’t Do That)” (Duet with Lorraine Crosby as Mrs. Loud) 12:01
2. “Life Is a Lemon and I Want My Money Back” 8:00
3. “Rock and Roll Dreams Come Through” 5:51
4. “It Just Won’t Quit” 7:21
5. “Out of the Frying Pan (And into the Fire)” 7:24
6. “Objects in the Rear View Mirror May Appear Closer than They Are” 10:16
7. “Wasted Youth” (Monologue by Steinman (Originally titled “Love and Death and an American Guitar”)) 2:41
8. “Everything Louder than Everything Else” 8:00
9. “Good Girls Go to Heaven (Bad Girls Go Everywhere)” 6:53
10. “Back into Hell” 2:46
11. “Lost Boys and Golden Girls” 4:20

Thursday 12am ET: Feature LP: Alan Jackson – 34 Number Ones (2010)

34 Number Ones is the seventh greatest hits compilation album by American country artist Alan Jackson. It was released in the United States on November 23, 2010 through Arista Nashville. The release celebrates Jackson’s 20-year anniversary since the release of his debut album. As of the chart dated February 26, 2011, the album has sold 200,131 copies in the US.

1. “Ring of Fire” 3:11
2. “Here in the Real World” 3:38
3. “Wanted” 2:56
4. “Chasin’ That Neon Rainbow” 3:05
5. “I’d Love You All Over Again” 3:10
6. “Don’t Rock the Jukebox” 2:50
7. “Someday” 3:17
8. “Dallas” 2:44
9. “Midnight in Montgomery” 3:44
10. “Love’s Got a Hold on You” 2:53
11. “She’s Got the Rhythm (And I Got the Blues)” 2:24
12. “Tonight I Climbed the Wall” 3:30
13. “Chattahoochee” 2:27
14. “(Who Says) You Can’t Have It All” 3:28
15. “Summertime Blues” 3:11
16. “Livin’ on Love” 3:48
17. “Gone Country” 4:19
18. “I Don’t Even Know Your Name” 3:49
19. “Tall, Tall Trees” 2:27

1. “As She’s Walking Away” (with Zac Brown Band) 3:45
2. “Look at Me” 3:16
3. “I’ll Try” 3:51
4. “Home” 3:18
5. “Little Bitty” 2:38
6. “Who’s Cheatin’ Who” 4:01
7. “There Goes” 3:55
8. “Between the Devil and Me” 4:21
9. “Right on the Money” 3:49
10. “It Must Be Love” 2:50
11. “Where I Come From” 3:59
12. “Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning)” 5:04
13. “Drive (For Daddy Gene)” 4:01
14. “It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere” 3:49
15. “Remember When” 4:30
16. “Small Town Southern Man” 4:40
17. “Good Time” 5:07
18. “Country Boy” 4:06

Wednesday 12am ET: Feature LP: Bob Seger and The Silver Bullet Band – Stranger In Town (1978)

Stranger in Town is the tenth studio album by American rock singer Bob Seger and his second with the Silver Bullet Band, released by Capitol Records on May 5,1978. Like its predecessor, the Silver Bullet Band backed Seger on about half of the songs and the Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section backed Seger on the other half.

The album became an instant success in the United States, being certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America less than a month after the album’s release, and, like its predecessor Night Moves, it would later go 6× Platinum. It was also his first album to chart in the UK, where limited editions were released on silver vinyl and in picture disc format as well as standard black vinyl.

1. “Hollywood Nights” 4:59
2. “Still the Same” 3:18
3. “Old Time Rock and Roll” 3:14
4. “Till It Shines” 3:50
5. “Feel Like a Number” 3:42
6. “Ain’t Got No Money” 4:11
7. “We’ve Got Tonight” 4:38
8. “Brave Strangers” 6:20
9. “The Famous Final Scene” 5:09

Tuesday 12am ET: Feature LP: Beatles – Love (2006)

Love is a soundtrack remix album of music recorded by the Beatles, released November 20, 2006. It features music compiled and remixed as a mashup for the Cirque du Soleil show of the same name. The album was produced by George Martin and his son Giles Martin, who said, “What people will be hearing on the album is a new experience, a way of re-living the whole Beatles musical lifespan in a very condensed period.”

The album was also George Martin’s final album as a producer before his death in 2016.

“Because” – 2:44
“Get Back” – 2:05
“Glass Onion” – 1:20
“Eleanor Rigby” (with “Julia” transition) – 3:05
“I Am the Walrus” – 4:28
“I Want to Hold Your Hand” – 1:22
“Drive My Car/The Word/What You’re Doing” – 1:54
“Gnik Nus” – 0:55
“Something” (with “Blue Jay Way” transition) – 3:29
“Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite!/I Want You (She’s So Heavy)/Helter Skelter” – 3:22
“Help!” – 2:18
“Blackbird/Yesterday” – 2:31
“Strawberry Fields Forever” – 4:31
“Within You Without You/Tomorrow Never Knows” – 3:07
“Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds” – 4:10
“Octopus’s Garden” – 3:18
“Lady Madonna” – 2:56
“Here Comes the Sun” (with “The Inner Light” transition) – 4:18
“Come Together/Dear Prudence” (with “Cry Baby Cry” transition) – 4:45
“Revolution” – 2:14
“Back in the U.S.S.R.” – 1:53
“While My Guitar Gently Weeps” – 3:46
“A Day in the Life” – 5:08
“Hey Jude” – 3:58
“Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise)” – 1:22
“All You Need Is Love” – 3:39
“The Fool on the Hill” – 3:30
“Girl” – 2:43

Saturday 12am ET: Feature LP: Elton John – Here and There (1976)

Here and There, released April 30,1976, is a live album by British singer-songwriter Elton John; it is his fourteenth official album release. The title refers to the two concerts represented on the album: “Here” is a concert recorded at the Royal Festival Hall in London May 18, 1974; “There” is a concert recorded at New York City’s Madison Square Garden on November 28, 1974.

“Skyline Pigeon” – 5:41
“Border Song” – 3:27
“Take Me to the Pilot” – 4:33
“Country Comfort” – 6:44
“Love Song” (with Lesley Duncan) – 5:03
“Bad Side of the Moon” – 7:54
“Burn Down the Mission” – 8:25
“Honky Cat” – 7:04
“Crocodile Rock” – 4:08
“Candle in the Wind” – 3:57
“Your Song” – 3:56
“Saturday Night’s Alright for Fighting” – 7:09

“Funeral for a Friend” / “Love Lies Bleeding” – 11:53
“Rocket Man (I Think It’s Going to Be a Long, Long Time)” – 5:03
“Take Me to the Pilot” – 6:00
“Bennie and the Jets” – 5:59
“Grey Seal” – 5:27
“Daniel” – 4:06
“You’re So Static” – 4:32
“Whatever Gets You thru the Night” (with John Lennon) – 4:40
“Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds” (with John Lennon) – 6:15
“I Saw Her Standing There” (with John Lennon) – 3:17
“Don’t Let the Sun Go Down on Me” – 5:57
“Your Song” – 3:58
“The Bitch Is Back” – 4:23

Friday 12am ET: Feature LP: Daryl Hall & John Oates – Live At The Apollo With With David Ruffin & Eddie Kendricks (1985)

Live at the Apollo is an album by Daryl Hall & John Oates released on September 30,1985, recorded live at the Apollo Theater in New York. It is subtitled “With David Ruffin & Eddie Kendricks”, of The Temptations-fame. The album is a mixture of their classics and some then-current songs by Hall & Oates. A VHS video of this concert with a different running order was released in 1987.

On July 13, 1985, Daryl Hall, John Oates, Eddie Kendricks and David Ruffin appeared together at Live Aid, two months before this album was released.

“Apollo Medley: Get Ready/Ain’t Too Proud To Beg/The Way You Do the Things You Do/My Girl” 12:49
“When Something Is Wrong with My Baby” 4:44
“Everytime You Go Away” 7:07
“I Can’t Go for That (No Can Do)” 7:58
“One on One” 5:50
“Possession Obsession” 5:54
“Adult Education” 6:34

Thursday 12am ET: Feature LP: Collective Soul – Seven Year Itch: Greatest Hits, 1994-2001

On September 18, 2001, Collective Soul released their greatest hits compilation Seven Year Itch: Greatest Hits, 1994-2001 (stylized as 7even Year Itch). The compilation includes songs recorded from 1994 to 2001 and included two new tracks, “Next Homecoming” and “Energy”. Seven Year Itch received decent reviews and was relatively successful. It sold 225,000 copies in the first year after its release and reached number fifty on the Billboard 200; in Canada, it reached number nine on its albums chart and went platinum.

The compilation has sold over 500,000 copies. It saw a resurgence in sales after Collective Soul began putting out albums on their own independent label, El Music Group, beginning in 2004.

Seven Year Itch was the last album Collective Soul released through Atlantic Records and their last album to feature guitarist Ross Childress, who had been with the band since its 1993/1994 debut.

“Heavy” – 2:55
“She Said” – 4:15
“Shine” – 5:06
“Energy” – 3:19
“Run” – 4:33
“Gel” – 2:58
“Precious Declaration” – 3:41
“Perfect Day Feat. Elton John” – 3:38
“Why, Pt. 2” – 3:37
“The World I Know” – 4:15
“Next Homecoming” – 3:11
“Listen” – 4:12
“December” – 4:43
“Forgiveness” – 5:00