Breaking All the Rules (Peter Frampton album)

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Breaking All the Rules
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Studio album by
ReleasedMay 14, 1981
RecordedNovember 1979 - June 1981
StudioThe Charlie Chaplin Sound Stage, A & M Studios,
GenreRock
Length40:06
LabelA&M
ProducerPeter Frampton, David Kershenbaum, Chris Kimsey, Harvey Goldberg
Peter Frampton chronology
Rise Up
(1980)
Breaking All the Rules
(1981)
The Art of Control
(1982)

Breaking All the Rules is the seventh studio album by Peter Frampton, released in 1981.

Background[edit]

The Breaking All the Rules album had featured a raw live in the studio approach like its predecessor Rise Up, which was released to promote Frampton's concert tour in Brazil in 1980. The album had won airplay for its anthemic title track, which was co-written with Procol Harum lyricist Keith Reid. The album's cover was photographed at 350 W 23rd Street, Chelsea, New York City[1].

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Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Peter Frampton except where indicated.

  1. "Dig What I Say" - 4:09
  2. "I Don't Wanna Let You Go" - 4:18
  3. "Rise Up" (Alessi Brothers) - 3:46
  4. "Wasting the Night Away" - 4:08
  5. "Going to L.A." - 5:54
  6. "You Kill Me" - 4:12
  7. "Friday on My Mind" (George Young, Harry Vanda) - 4:15
  8. "Lost a Part of You" - 3:39
  9. "Breaking All the Rules" (Frampton, Keith Reid) - 7:05

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