Lost Souls (The Raindogs album)

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Lost Souls
Studio album by The Raindogs
Released 1990
Recorded The Outpost, Stoughton, Massachusetts
Genre Folk rock, Roots rock, Celtic
Length 44:02
Label Atco Records
Producer Peter Henderson and Raindogs
The Raindogs chronology
Lost Souls
(1990)
Border Drive-In Theatre
(1991)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars link

Lost Souls is the debut album by Boston-based American/Scottish/Irish folk/roots rock band The Raindogs, released in 1990 on the Atco label. Entirely written by lead singer Mark Cutler and featuring the band's trademark hybrid roots rock sound with Celtic elements, Lost Souls garnered a great deal of critical attention and praise in Boston and New England. A national breakout could not be achieved however, and the album's market remained largely confined to the said region.

Track listing[edit]

(All tracks written by Mark Cutler)

  1. "I'm Not Scared" 3:23
  2. "May Your Heart Keep Beating" 3:50
  3. "Phantom Flame" 3:31
  4. "The Higher Road" 3:04
  5. "Too Many Stars" 3:19
  6. "Nobody's Getting Out" 3:18
  7. "Cry for Mercy" 3:37
  8. "Adventure" 3:04
  9. "This Is the Place" 3:57
  10. "Under the Rainbow" 3:59
  11. "I Believe" 4:17
  12. "Something Wouldn't Be the Same" 4:43

Personnel[edit]

Mark Cutler - Lead vocals/guitar
Johnny Cunningham - Fiddle/mandolin
Jim Reilly - Drums
Darren Hill - Bass
Emerson Torrey - Guitar/vocals
Jim Fitting - Harmonica
Gordon Beadle/Scott Shetler/Curtis Stone/Myanna Pontoppidan - Horns
Richard Reed/Peter Henderson - Keyboards
Cheryl Hodge - Background vocals
Tony Cuffe - Whistles
Sa Davies - Percussion
Ralph Tufo - Accordion