Like This (album)

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Like This
Studio album by The dB's
Released September 12, 1984
Recorded Bearsville Studios, Bearsville, New York
Genre Power pop, Alternative
Length 34:36
Label Bearsville (original release)
Rhino (1989 CD reissue)
Collectors' Choice Music (2006 CD reissue)
Producer Chris Butler, The dB's; Scott Litt on "Amplifier"
The dB's chronology
Like This
The Sound of Music
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars[1]
Robert Christgau A- [2]

Like This is an album by the dB's, released on Bearsville Records in 1984. On the album, the band performed as a trio following the departure of Chris Stamey. The album includes a re-recorded version of "Amplifier", the lead single from their previous album, Repercussion.

The album's cover is a collection of stills from the music video for their 1982 single "Neverland", which went unreleased until 2008.[3] Stamey, who was present for the video shoot, was edited out of the stills present on the cover.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks composed by Peter Holsapple

  1. "Love Is for Lovers"
  2. "She Got Soul"
  3. "Spitting in the Wind"
  4. "Lonely Is (As Lonely Does)"
  5. "Not Cool"
  6. "Amplifier"
  7. "A Spy in the House of Love"
  8. "Rendezvous"
  9. "New Gun in Town"
  10. "On the Battlefront"
  11. "White Train"
  12. "Darby Hall" (CD bonus track)
  13. "A Spy in the House of Love (Extended Version)" (CD bonus track)


Additional musicians[edit]

  • Mark Tomeo - Pedal steel guitar
  • Patrick Irwin - Keyboards
  • Rick Wagner - Keyboards
  • Phil Marino - design, photography