Asphalt Ballet (album)

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Asphalt Ballet
Studio album by Asphalt Ballet
Released 1991
Recorded 1991
Genre Blues rock, Hard rock, Southern rock
Length 50:04
Label Virgin
Producer Greg Edward for Reflex Productions
Asphalt Ballet chronology
Asphalt Ballet
(1991)
Pigs
(1993)

Asphalt Ballet[1] is the debut album by American rock band Asphalt Ballet. The album was released in 1991 by Virgin Records. The song Soul Survive had minor attention on the radio and MTV, but the album was largely ignored.[2]

Reception[edit]

The Allmusic review by Vincent Reffries awarded the album 2 stars stating "Judging from this debut, Asphalt Ballet couldn't muster enough confidence or conviction to fill the leather boots of their bad-boy idols.".[3]

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2/5 stars[3]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Hell's Kitchen"   Danny Clarke, Julius Ulrich 2:55
2. "Soul Survive"   Clarke 4:22
3. "Tuesday's Rain"   Ulrich 4:18
4. "Unlucky Mr. Lucky"   Ulrich, Clarke, Mikki Kiner 3:47
5. "End of My Rope"   Ulrich 4:03
6. "Heaven Winds Blow"   Clarke 3:55
7. "Blood on the Highway"   Ulrich, Gary Jeffries 4:00
8. "Goodbye Yesterday"   Clarke, Ulrich 4:33
9. "Wasted Time"   Ulrich, West Arkeen, Clarke 3:40
10. "Taking a Walk"   Ulrich 4:03
11. "Hangman Swing"   Clarke, Ulrich 3:42
12. "Blue Movie"   Clarke, Ulrich, Jeffries 3:52
13. "Do It All Over Again"   Clarke, Ulrich 2:19
Total length:
50:04

Personnel[edit]

Additional Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Information from the CD inlay
  2. ^ AllMusic Review http://www.allmusic.com/album/asphalt-ballet-r921/review
  3. ^ a b Reffries, V. Allmusic Review accessed June 29, 2012