Aldo Nova (album)
|Studio album by Aldo Nova|
|Released||April 1, 1982|
|Genre||Hard rock, glam metal, heavy metal |
|Aldo Nova chronology|
Aldo Nova is the self-titled debut album by Canadian hard rock musician Aldo Nova, released in 1982. It reached number 8 on the Billboard 200 and was certified Gold by the RIAA on May 14, 1982, Platinum on February 14, 1989, and Double Platinum on December 5, 1994.
All songs written by Aldo Nova.
- "Fantasy" – 5:05
- "Hot Love" – 3:54
- "It's Too Late" – 3:23
- "Ball and Chain" – 4:01
- "Heart to Heart" – 3:42
- "Foolin' Yourself" – 3:35
- "Under the Gun" – 3:47
- "You're My Love" – 3:33
- "Can't Stop Lovin' You" – 3:57
- "See the Light" –3:56
Recent remastered/reissued versions of the album feature a demo of "Foolin' Yourself" as a bonus track.
- Executive Producers: Lennie Petzie, Val Azzoli
- Produced by Aldo Nova
- Recorded By Aldo Nova, Billy Szawlowski & Louis Mercier (at Bobinason Studios & Kingdom Sound)
- Mixed By Aldo Nova, Tony Bongiovi & Ray "We Don't Know What You Do" Willard (at The Power Station)
- Mastered by Bob Ludwig
- All Songs Published By ATV Music.
- Aldo Nova: vocals, lead and rhythm guitars, bass guitar, keyboards, synthesizers
- Dennis Chartrand: acoustic piano
- Michel Pelo, Roberto Biagioni: bass guitar
- Michael LaChapelle, Terry Martel: drums, percussion
- Daniel Barbe, Dwight Druck: backing vocals
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