The Brains (album)

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The Brains
Studio album by The Brains
Released 1980 (1980)
Recorded 1980
Genre Pop Rock
Label Mercury Records
Producer Steve Lillywhite
The Brains chronology
The Brains
(1980)
Electronic Eden
(1981)

The Brains is the debut album by The Brains. It was released in 1980, and contains the original recording of "Money Changes Everything", which, when released three years later, became a substantial hit single for pop singer Cyndi Lauper.

Track listing[1][edit]

  • All songs written by Tom Gray, except where noted.
  1. "Treason" (Rick Price) 2:33
  2. "See Me" 4:57
  3. "Raeline" 1:52
  4. "Girl I Wanna" 3:42
  5. "In the Night" (Alfredo Villar) 5:23
  6. "Money Changes Everything" 3:29
  7. "Scared Kid" 3:10
  8. "Sweethearts" (Villar) 3:49
  9. "Girl in a Magazine" 3:08
  10. "Gold Dust Kids" 4:16

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