Building the Bridge

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Building the Bridge
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Studio album by REO Speedwagon
Released July 9, 1996
Genre Rock
Length 48:42
Label Castle Records / Rhythm Safari
Producer Greg Ladanyi, Steve Croes
REO Speedwagon chronology
The Earth, a Small Man, His Dog and a Chicken
(1990)The Earth, a Small Man, His Dog and a Chicken1990
Building the Bridge
(1996)
Find Your Own Way Home
(2007)Find Your Own Way Home2007

Building the Bridge is the fourteenth studio album by REO Speedwagon. The album, which features mostly adult-oriented ballads, received mixed reviews from fans and is generally regarded as REO's weakest effort.[citation needed] It did not chart (it was the group's first non-charting album since 1972's R.E.O./T.W.O.)

The song "Building The Bridge" found its way to the White House, where President Clinton adopted it as the theme for his re-election campaign in 1996.[1]

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Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Can't Stop Rockin'" Dave Amato, Kevin Cronin, Bruce Hall 3:52
2. "I Still Love You" Cronin, Stephen Stills[2] 4:12
3. "Building the Bridge" Cronin 4:43
4. "When I Get Home" Cronin 4:34
5. "Then I Met You" Cronin 4:53
6. "Look the Other Way" Cronin 3:29
7. "After Tonight" Hall 4:44
8. "Hey Wait a Minute" Hall 5:21
9. "One True Man" Cronin 4:42
10. "She's Gonna Love Me" Amato, Cronin 4:02
11. "Ballad of the Illinois Opry" Cronin 4:10

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