L.E.X.

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L.E.X.
Liverpool Express - L.E.X. (Album).jpg
Studio album by Liverpool Express
Released March 1979
Recorded 1978
Olympic Studios, London
Genre Rock, pop
Label Warner Bros. Records
Producer Tommy Boyce, Richard Hartley
Liverpool Express chronology
Dreamin'
(1978)
L.E.X.
(1979)
The Best of Liverpool Express
(2002)
Singles from L.E.X.
  1. "I Want Nobody But You/You Lied, I Cried"
    Released: February 1979
  2. "Games People Play/Don't You Knock Upon My Door"
    Released: March 1979

L.E.X. is the third studio album by Liverpool Express, and their last for Warner Bros. Records. It was released in parts of Europe and South America, in March 1979.

Ex-Status Quo member, Pete Kircher, is featured on drums. Model, Jerry Hall, appears on the album's front and back cover.

Track listing[edit]

Side one
  1. "I Want Nobody But You" (Billy Kinsley)
  2. "Take It Easy With My Heart" (Kinsley)
  3. "When My Boat Comes In" (Kinsley)
  4. "Last Train Home" (Kinsley)
  5. "Is Your Love In Vain" (Bob Dylan)
Side two
  1. "Sharing You" (Gerry Goffin, Carole King)
  2. "Games People Play" (Joe South)
  3. "Motel Maria" (Tommy Boyce, Richard Hartley)
  4. "What A Fool I've Been" (Kinsley)

Personnel[edit]

Liverpool Express

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