Neruda (album)

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Neruda
Studio album by Red Rider
Released 1983
Recorded Metalworks Studios, Mississauga, ON
Genre Rock
Length 38:00
Label Capitol
Producer David Tickle and Ed Thacker
Red Rider chronology
As Far as Siam
(1981)
Neruda
(1983)
Breaking Curfew
(1984)
Professional ratings
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Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars [1]

Neruda is the third studio album by the Canadian rock band Red Rider, released in 1983 (see 1983 in music). The album was recorded at Metalworks Studios in Toronto, Ontario. The figure on the album cover was inspired by Denise Sexton. The instrumental track "Light In The Tunnel" and "Power" have been used to open Cochrane's concerts on several tours. Neruda became Cochrane's 3rd straight Platinum album in Canada with Red Rider selling more than 100,000 copies.

Neruda reached #66 on Billboard's Pop Albums chart in 1983 assisted by the singles "Crack The Sky (Breakaway)" and "Power (Strength In Numbers)" which reached #39 and #13 respectively on Billboard's Mainstream Rock chart. "Human Race" reached #29 in Canada.

The album is named after Chilean poet Pablo Neruda.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written and composed by Tom Cochrane unless otherwise noted. 

LP release
No. Title Length
1. "Light in the Tunnel"   2:25
2. "Power (Strength in Numbers)"   3:53
3. "Human Race"   2:55
4. "Can't Turn Back"   3:50
5. "Napoleon Sheds His Skin"   5:40
6. "Walking the Fine Line"   4:40
7. "Winner Takes All"   3:55
8. "Sights on You"   3:27
9. "Crack the Sky (Breakaway)"   3:53
10. "Work Out"   3:22
CD bonus tracks
No. Title Length
11. "Light in the Tunnel/Human Race"   4:39
12. "White Hot" (Cochrane, Ken Greer - originally from Don't Fight It) 5:09
13. "Lunatic Fringe" (originally from As Far as Siam) 4:21

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