was the fourth album, released in 1985 by the rock band Lovin' Every Minute of It Loverboy. The album became a hit thanks to the title track. It went double platinum, the last album of the band's to do so.
Track listing [ edit ]
Lovin' Every Minute of it" (Robert John "Mutt" Lange) - 3:30 "Steal the Thunder" (Paul Dean, Mike Reno, Davitt Sigerson, Bill Wray) - 4:09
"Friday Night" (Patrick Mahassen, Wray, Dean, Sigerson) - 3:33
This Could Be the Night" ( Jonathan Cain, Dean, Reno, Wray) - 4:56 "Too Much Too Soon" (Dean, Sigerson, Wray) - 4:07
"Lead a Double Life" (Doug Johnson, Sigerson, Ted Johnson, Wray, Dean, Reno) - 4:20
Dangerous" ( Bryan Adams, Jim Vallance) - 3:29 "Destination Heartbreak" (Scott Smith, Wray, Reno, Dean) - 4:42
"Bullet in the Chamber" (Dean, Sigerson, Wray, Reno) - 5:11
Singles [ edit ]
"Lovin' Every Minute Of It" / "Bullet In The Chamber"
"Dangerous" / "Too Much Too Soon"
"This Could Be The Night" / "It's Your Life"
"Lead A Double Life" / "Steal The Thunder"
Performers [ edit ]
Mike Reno: vocals
Scott Smith: Bass, Vocals, Background Vocals
Paul Dean: Guitar, Vocals, Background Vocals
Matt Frenette: percussion, Piano, drums, Timbales
Doug Johnson: Synthesizer, Keyboards, Emulator Marc LaFrance: Vocals, Background Vocals
Rick Livingstone: Vocals, Background Vocals
Ray McGuire: Vocals, Background Vocals
Nancy Nash: Vocals, Background Vocals
Mark Delaney: Vocals, Background Vocals
Jaime St. James: Vocals, Background Vocals
Tommy Thayer: Vocals, Background Vocals Ramon McGuire: Background Vocals
Production [ edit ]
Tom Allom Producer Mark Dodson: Engineer
Bernie Grundman: Mastering
James O'Mara: Photography
Ron Obvious: Assistant Engineer Holland MacDonald: Art Direction