Ten Songs by Adam Again

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Ten Songs by Adam Again
Studio album by Adam Again
Released 1988
Genre Rock
Label Broken Records
Producer Gene Eugene
Adam Again chronology
In a New World of Time
(1986)
Ten Songs by Adam Again
(1988)
Homeboys
(1990)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Ten Songs by Adam Again is a 1988 album by rock band Adam Again, released on Broken Records.

Ten Songs by Adam Again Adam Again's second release, Ten Songs by Adam Again, is a major leap forward in maturity and musicality. Accompanied by members of the gospel group Joy, the band puts forth a dancy, soulful, introspective, and intellectual release that challenges the mind as well as the feet.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Tree House" (Composed by G. Eugene and Steve Hindalong)
  2. "Beat Peculiar" (Composed by G. Eugene and Steve Hindalong)
  3. "Who can hold us" (Composed by G. Eugene)
  4. "Babylon"
  5. "I've seen Dominoes" (Composed by G. Eugene)
  6. "Trouble with Lies" (Composed by G. Eugene)
  7. "Ain't no Sunshine" (Composed by Bill Withers)
  8. "Eyes Wide Open" (Composed by G. Eugene)
  9. "Every Word I say" (Composed by G. Eugene)
  10. "The Tenth Song" (Composed by G. Eugene)

Production notes[edit]

  • Produced by Gene Eugene

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