Too Hot to Sleep

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Too Hot to Sleep
Studio album by Survivor
Released October 3, 1988
Genre Rock
Length 52:04
Label Scotti Bros.
Producer Frankie Sullivan, Frank Filipetti
Survivor chronology
When Seconds Count
(1986)
Too Hot to Sleep
(1988)
Reach
(2006)
Singles from Too Hot to Sleep
  1. "Didn't Know It Was Love"
    Released: 1988
  2. "Across the Miles"
    Released: 1989

Too Hot to Sleep is the seventh album from rock band Survivor, released in 1988.[1] It was a relative commercial disappointment, reaching only #187 on the Billboard album charts,[2] though "Across The Miles" is one of their biggest AC chart hits. After this album, founders Frankie Sullivan and Jim Peterik put the band on indefinite hiatus, while lead vocalist Jimi Jamison would continue to tour under the Survivor name (thus resulting in a lengthy court battle regarding rights to the name). Drummer Marc Droubay and bassist Stephen Ellis were replaced by studio musicians on the album. The lineup of Sullivan and Jamison would not reunite until 2000.

This is one of the many Survivor albums briefly taken out of print in 2009. However, it was remastered and reissued in 2011 and distributed by Rock Candy Records.

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2/5 stars [3]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "She's a Star"   Jim Peterik, Frankie Sullivan 5:44
2. "Desperate Dreams"   Peterik, Sullivan 4:46
3. "Too Hot to Sleep"   Jimi Jamison, Peterik, Sullivan 4:48
4. "Didn't Know It Was Love"   Peterik, Sullivan 4:22
5. "Rhythm of the City"   Jamison, Peterik, Sullivan 5:23
6. "Here Comes Desire"   Peterik, Sullivan 6:43
7. "Across the Miles"   Peterik, Sullivan 5:51
8. "Tell Me I'm the One"   Peterik, Sullivan 5:10
9. "Can't Give It Up"   Peterik, Sullivan 4:24
10. "Burning Bridges"   Peterik, Sullivan 5:22

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Survivor: When Seconds Count/Too Hot to Sleep". Rock Report. Retrieved 2013-09-13. 
  2. ^ Too Hot to Sleep USA chart history, Billboard.com. Retrieved July 19, 2013
  3. ^ Allmusic review