Hang On for Your Life

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Hang On for Your Life
Hang On For Your Life cover art.jpg
Studio album by Shooting Star
Released July 1981
Recorded Randy Bachman's Legend Studios, Lynden WA
Genre Rock
Hard rock
Label Virgin Records
Producer Dennis McKay
Shooting Star chronology
Shooting Star
(1979)Shooting Star1979
Hang On for Your Life
(1981)
III Wishes
(1982)III Wishes1982
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 3/5 stars[1]

Hang On for Your Life is the second album by the group Shooting Star. The song Flesh And Blood featured a violin solo, an unusual sound in an up-tempo rock song. American AOR radio stations embraced the record; the songs Hang On for Your Life, Hollywood, Breakout, and Are You on My Side along with Flesh and Blood, all received airplay. This was the last Shooting Star album to feature the original lineup, as founding keyboardist Bill Guffey departed the band following its release.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Van McLain and Gary West.

No. Title Length
1. "Flesh And Blood" 5:48
2. "Hang On For Your Life" 3:22
3. "Are You On My Side" 3:15
4. "Teaser" 3:15
5. "Hollywood" 4:10
6. "Breakout" 3:39
7. "You're So Good" 3:48
8. "She's Got Money" 3:35
9. "You've Got Love" 4:53
10. "Sweet Elatia" 4:16

Personnel[edit]

  • Van McLain - guitars, lead vocals
  • Gary West - lead vocals, guitars, keyboards
  • Bill Guffey - keyboards
  • Steve Thomas - drums
  • Ron Verlin - bass
  • Charles Waltz - violin, keyboards, vocals

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