Quatro (album)

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Quatro
Studio album by Suzi Quatro
Released October 1974
Recorded Audio International Studios, London[1]
Label RAK Records
Producer Mike Chapman and Nicky Chinn
Suzi Quatro chronology
Suzi Quatro
(1973)
Quatro
(1974)
Your Mamma Won't Like Me
(1975)
Singles from Quatro
  1. "Devil Gate Drive"
    Released: 1974
  2. "Too Big"
    Released: 1974
  3. "The Wild One"
    Released: 1974
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 1.5/5 stars[2]
Džuboks mixed[3]

Quatro is Suzi Quatro's second album released in October 1974 from Rak Records as SRAK 509.[1] It spent 6 weeks at the top of the Australian albums chart.

Released in Australia on the EMI RAK label as catalogue no 8319792.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "The Wild One" (Mike Chapman, Nicky Chinn)
  2. "Keep A-Knockin'" (Richard Penniman)
  3. "Too Big" (Mike Chapman, Nicky Chinn)
  4. "Klondyke Kate" (Suzi Quatro, Len Tuckey)
  5. "Savage Silk" (Mike Chapman, Nicky Chinn)
  6. "Move It" (Ian Samwell)
  7. "Hit the Road Jack" (Percy Mayfield)
  8. "Trouble" (Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller)
  9. "Cat Size" (Suzi Quatro, Len Tuckey)
  10. "Shot of Rhythm and Blues" (Terry Thompson)
  11. "Friday" (Suzi Quatro, Len Tuckey)
  12. "Devil Gate Drive" (Mike Chapman, Nicky Chinn)

Notes[edit]

  • The original UK version of the album did not include "Devil Gate Drive", although it was added to the album in most countries.[1] Conversely, "Friday" was omitted from the original US release of the album.

Personnel[edit]

  • Suzi Quatro – lead vocals and bass guitar
  • Len Tuckey – guitar and backing vocals
  • Alastair McKenzie – keyboards and backing vocals
  • Dave Neal – drums and backing vocals

Chart positions[edit]

Year Chart Position
1974 Australian Albums Chart[1] 1
German Albums Chart[1] 15
Norwegian Albums Chart[4] 5
New Zealand Albums Chart[1] 16
U.S. Billboard 200[1] 126

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g 7T's Records "GRAM CD 119" liner notes
  2. ^ Allmusic review
  3. ^ "Quatro - Suzi Quatro". Džuboks (in Serbian) (Gornji Milanovac: Dečje novine) (5 (second series)): 22. 
  4. ^ norwegiancharts.com
Preceded by
Caribou by Elton John
Australian Kent Music Report number-one album
October 21 – December 1, 1974
Succeeded by
Serenade by Neil Diamond