Head East (album)

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Head East
Studio album by Head East
Released February 1978
Recorded 1977
Genre Hard rock
Length 37:18
Label A&M
Head East chronology
Gettin' Lucky
(1977)
Head East
(1978)
Head East Live!
(1979)

Head East (also known as "The Roadsign Album") is the title of the fourth studio album released by American hard rock band, Head East. Released by A&M Records in February 1978, the album was the group's first to crack the Billboard 200 peaking at #78. The album also garnered the band's highest-charting single, a cover of the Russ Ballard song, "Since You Been Gone", which reached #46 on the Billboard Hot 100. The album has since been reissued on CD and as an MP3 download.

Tracklisting[edit]

A1 "Open Up The Door"
A2 "Man I Wanna Be"
A3 "Nothing To Lose"
A4 "Since You Been Gone"
A5 "Pictures"

B1 "Get Up & Enjoy Yourself"
B2 "I'm Feelin' Fine"
B3 "Dance Away Lover"
B4 "Elijah"