is the sixth studio album by Ink British new wave band The Fixx, released in 1991.
While generally much less successful than their previous albums,
Ink did produce a big hit for the band in the form of "How Much Is Enough?", which reached #11 on the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart, and #10 on the Modern Rock Tracks chart, where it was their only Top 10 single.
Track listing [ edit ]
All lyrics written by
Curnin except where noted; all music composed by Curnin, West-Oram, Woods, Greenall and Brown except where noted.
"All Is Fair"
"How Much Is Enough?" (Music: Curnin/West-Oram/Woods/Greenall/Brown/Hall/
Cutler) "No One Has to Cry" (Music: Curnin/West-Oram/Woods/Greenall/Brown/Cutler)
"Crucified" (Music: Curnin/West-Oram/Woods/Greenall/Brown/Cutler)
"Falling in Love" (Lyrics: Champlain, Music:Gaitsch/Champlin)
"Shut It Out"
"All the Best Things" (Music: Curnin/West-Oram/Woods/Greenall/Brown/Sturkin/Rogers)
"Yesterday, Today" (Lyrics: Woods, Music: Curnin/West-Oram/Woods/Greenall/Brown)
"One Jungle" (Lyrics:
Jeannette Obstoj) "Climb the Hill" (Lyrics: Woods)
"Make No Plans" (Music: Curnin/West-Oram/Woods/Greenall/Brown/
Personnel [ edit ]
Production [ edit ]
Producers: Scott Cutler, Bruce Gaitsch, Rupert Hine, William Wittman
Executive producer: Randy Nicklaus
Engineers: John Agnello, Bruce Gaitsch, Rupert Hine, Dennis McCay,
Stephen W. Tayler Assistant engineers: Matt Howe, Fred Kelly, Ed Korengo, Duane Sexton
Mixing: John Agnello, Matt Howe,
Tony Peluso Remixing: Tony Peluso
Mastering: Steve Hall
Drum programming: Steve Dubin
Production coordination: Steve Barri, Randy Nicklaus, Mark Sullivan
Art direction: Frenchy Gauthier, Ria Lewerke
Design: Norman Moore
Photography: Steve Rappaport
Album - Billboard (North America)
Singles - Billboard (North America)
References [ edit ]