Revolution (Little Steven album)
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|Studio album by Little Steven|
|Little Steven chronology|
Revolution was a 1989 album by Little Steven. The Disciples of Soul were gone in all but name (although former Disciple/Young Rascals drummer Dino Danelli did the album art), and the music was largely electronic.
- All songs written, produced, and arranged by Little Steven.
- Where Do We Go From Here? - 6:00
- Revolution - 5:23
- Education - 4:44
- Balance - 5:16
- Love and Forgiveness - 4:44
- Newspeak - 5:22
- Sexy - 4:04
- Leonard Peltier - 3:45
- Liberation Theology - 5:10
- Discipline - 6:16
- Steve Van Zandt - Vocals, guitar, drum machine programming, producer.
- "Judge Fonkner" (Mark Alexander) - Keyboards and MIDI programming.
- Leslie Ming - Drums, percussion, and background vocals
- Warren McRae - bass
- Craig Derry - background vocals
- Will Downing - background vocals
- Danny Madden - background vocals
- Mark Ladford - background vocals
- "Balance" and "Love and Forgiveness" mixed by Tom Lord-Alge
- Joe "Linguini" Perrera - Assistant Mixer
- Recorded and Mixed by Chairman David McNair
- "O'Judge and Daddy" - Production assistance
|1989||Swedish Albums Chart||32|
|1989||"Revolution"||Dutch Singles Chart||73|
- "Love and Forgiveness" was also released as a single, however, it did not chart.
- ""Revolution" review". Allmusic. Retrieved 24 March 2012..
- "Revolution Album Review, Songs, Ratings". Star Pulse. Retrieved 24 March 2012.
- Little Steven. Revolution. Liner notes. RCA Records, 1989.
- "Little Steven - Revolution (Vinyl, LP) at Discogs"
- "Swedish Charts > Little Steven"
- "Dutch Charts > Little Steven"