Future World (Pretty Maids album)
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|Studio album by|
|Released||20 April 1987|
|Recorded||October 1986 - February 1987 at Bearsville Studios, Bearsville, New York, United States; Easy Sound Studio, Copenhagen, Denmark|
|Genre||Heavy metal, glam metal|
|Producer||Eddie Kramer, Chris Isca|
|Pretty Maids chronology|
|Singles from Future World|
Future World is the second album by the Danish hard rock/heavy metal band Pretty Maids. The album was released by CBS in 1987. By 1990, the album had sold 300,000 copies worldwide. The album charted at number 165 on the Billboard 200 in the United States.
Future World was produced by Eddie Kramer, who was fired during the recording sessions because he fell asleep at the mixing console, according to guitarist Ken Hammer. The band then finished the album with engineer Chris Isca, who was credited as co-producer on the album. Mixing duties were shared between Metallica, Rainbow and Morbid Angel producer Flemming Rasmussen, and Kevin Elson, known for producing multiplatinum albums by Journey, Mr. Big and Europe.
All tracks written and arranged by Ronnie Atkins and Ken Hammer.
- "Future World" – 5:24
- "Loud 'n' Proud" – 3:51
- "Love Games" – 4:14
- "Yellow Rain" – 5:28
- "Rodeo" – 4:14
- "We Came to Rock" – 4:30
- "Needles in the Dark" – 5:02
- "Eye of the Storm" – 4:55
- "Long Way to Go" – 3:26
- Ronnie Atkins – lead vocals, backing vocals
- Ken Hammer – guitar
- Phil Moorhead – drums
- Allan Delong – bass guitar
- Alan Owen – keyboards
- Graham Bonnet - backing vocals (tracks 2, 5)
- Philip Hart - backing vocals (tracks 2, 3, 5, 6)
- Eddie Kramer - producer, engineer
- Aaron Hurwitz - engineer
- Chris Isca - mixer (tracks 8), engineer, co-producer
- George Cowan - engineer
- Ken Lonas - engineer
- Thom Cadley - engineer
- Tommy Hansen - additional recordings
- Morten Henningsen - additional recordings assistant
- Flemming Rasmussen - mixer (tracks 1, 2, 4, 5, 7)
- Kevin Elson - mixer (tracks: 3, 6, 7)
- Frank Birch - assistant mixer (tracks 1, 2, 4, 5, 7)
- Wally Buck - assistant mixer (tracks 3, 6, 9)
- Bob Ludwig - mastering
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