- Satellite (Single Edit) 3:50
- Brother, Don’t You Walk Away 4:27
- All You Zombies 5:58
- Karla With A K (Single Edit) 3:50
- Heaven Laughs 4:18
- Fightin’ On The Same Side 4:07
- Where Do The Children Go (Single Edit) 4:04
- Johnny B 3:59
- And We Danced (Single Edit) 3:48
- Don’t Knock It ‘Til You Try It 4:16
- The House Of Wolfgang (B-side 300 Miles)3:50
- Beat Up Guitar 4:08
- Graveyard Waltz 6:29
- 500 Miles 4:24
- South Ferry Road 3:43
- Day By Day 3:25
- Time After Time (Live) 4:39
- Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds (Live) 3:55
- Silent Night (with Shawn Colvin)
Nervous Night is the second studio album by American rock band the Hooters, released May 6, 1985 by Columbia Records and on CBS Records in Europe. The album features two of the band’s biggest and best-known hits, “And We Danced” and “Day by Day”, as well as the minor hit, “All You Zombies”, which was a rerecorded version of a single that had first been released in 1982.
- “And We Danced” 3:48
- “Day by Day” 3:24
- “All You Zombies” 5:58
- “Don’t Take My Car Out Tonight” 3:55
- “Hanging on a Heartbeat” 4:20
- “Where Do the Children Go” 5:29
- “South Ferry Road” 3:43
- “She Comes in Colors” 4:12
- “Blood from a Stone” 4:13
- “Nervous Night” 3:58
Eric Bazilian – lead vocals (tracks 1-3, 5-7, 9-10), guitars, bass, mandolin, saxophone
Rob Hyman – lead vocals (tracks 1-4, 6-8), keyboards, melodica
Andy King – bass guitar, vocals
John Lilley – guitar
David Uosikkinen – drums
Patty Smyth – vocals on “Where Do the Children Go”
The Hooters are an American rock band from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. They combine elements of rock, reggae, ska, and folk music to create their sound. The Hooters first gained major commercial success in the United States in the mid-1980s due to heavy radio airplay and MTV rotation of several songs including “All You Zombies”, “Day by Day”, “And We Danced” and “Where Do the Children Go”. They opened the Philadelphia portion of the Live Aid benefit concert in 1985. In Europe, they had success with the singles “All You Zombies” and “Johnny B” but their breakthrough across Europe came with the single “Satellite”.
During the late 1980s and 1990s, The Hooters found significant commercial success internationally, especially in Europe, where they played at The Wall Concert in Berlin in 1990.
The Hooters have staged successful tours in Europe and 2007 saw the release of their first album of new material since 1993, Time Stand Still. Their most recent release was Give the Music Back: Live Double Album, released in 2017.
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