Alias (album)

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Alias cover art.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedJune 18, 1990 (1990-06-18)
Recorded1989–1990 at Capitol Studio B. & C., Summa Music Group, The Enterprise (Los Angeles, California), and Platinum Sound (Toronto, Ontario)
GenreHard rock, AOR
LabelCapitol, EMI Canada
ProducerFreddy Curci, Steve DeMarchi, Rick Neigher
Alias chronology
Never Say Never
Singles from Alias
  1. "More Than Words Can Say"
    Released: September 8, 1990
  2. "Waiting for Love"
    Released: 1991
Professional ratings
Review scores
Allmusic3/5 stars[1]

Alias is the debut album from the Canadian rock band Alias, released in 1990 by Capitol Records.

The single "More Than Words Can Say" reached #1 in Canada and #2 in the United States. A third single, "Waiting for Love", was released in early 1991 and peaked at #13 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Say What I Wanna Say" (F. Curci, S. DeMarchi) (4:45)
  2. "Haunted Heart" (F. Curci, S. DeMarchi, S. Diamond) (3:52)
  3. "Waiting for Love" (B. Walker, J. Paris) (4:38)
  4. "The Power" (F. Curci, S. DeMarchi) (4:26)
  5. "Heroes" (F. Curci, S. DeMarchi) (5:22)
  6. "What to Do" (F. Curci, S. DeMarchi) (4:18)
  7. "After All the Love Is Gone" (F. Curci, S. DeMarchi, R. Neigher, J. Paris) (4:17)
  8. "More Than Words Can Say" (F. Curci, S. DeMarchi) (3:54)
  9. "One More Chance" (R. Neigher, Fee Waybill, J. Dexter) (3:37)
  10. "True Emotion" (F. Curci, S. DeMarchi) (4:59)
  11. "Standing in the Darkness" (F. Curci, S. DeMarchi, D. DeMarchi) (4:34)


Additional musicians[edit]


  • Engineered by George Tutko and Dave Runstedler
  • Additional Engineering by Peter Doell, Eddie De Lena, Denny DeMarchi, Freddy Curci, and Steve DeMarchi
  • Assisted by Kyle Bess, Charlie Paakkari, and Fred Kelly, Jr.
  • Mixed by George Tutko and Eddie De Lena
  • Arrangements by Steve DeMarchi and Freddy Curci
  • Mastered by Greg Calbi at Sterling Sound, New York City
  • A&R Direction by Tim Trombley, Randy Nicklaus, & Jody Mitchell
  • Production Coordination by Mark Sullivan (Emerald Productions), Deborah Critten, and Sharon Gaudet (Capitol Canada)
  • Art Direction and Design by Hugh Syme
  • Sculpture by Randall Cooper
  • Photography by John Scarpati
  • Art Direction for Capitol by R. Alfonso
  • Management by Allen Kovac and Jeff Sydney (Left Bank Management)


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  2. ^ Saulnier, Jason (March 15, 2012). "Roger Fisher Interview". Music Legends. Retrieved May 7, 2013.

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