Frequency (Nick Gilder album)
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|Studio album by Nick Gilder|
|Genre||Rock, Pop, Power Pop|
|Nick Gilder chronology|
Frequency by Nick Gilder was released in 1979 on the Chrysalis record label.
All tracks composed by Nick Gilder and James McCulloch.
- "(You Really) Rock Me" 2:45
- "Time After Time" 4:21
- "Metro Jets" 4:05
- "Electric Love" 3:10
- "The Brightest Star" 3:35
- "Watcher of the Night" 3:41
- "Worlds Collide" 4:54
- "Hold on Me Tonight" 6:02
- "Into the 80's" 2:53
- Nick Gilder - vocals
- James McCulloch - guitar
- Eric Nelson - bass, background vocals
- Craig Krampf - drums, percussion
- Jamie Herndon - guitar, synthesizer, background vocals
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The track "Time After Time" has been covered by American rock band Sugar High.