Live, Loud and Loose

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Live, Loud, and Loose
Live album by
ReleasedJune 19, 2001
RecordedMay 1, 1982 – February 27, 1986
LabelSony Music, Columbia
ProducerPaul Dean
Loverboy chronology
Live, Loud, and Loose
Just Getting Started
Professional ratings
Review scores
Allmusic3/5 stars [1]
Rolling Stone(mixed) [2]

Live, Loud and Loose (1982–1986) is an album released by the rock band Loverboy in 2001. After the death of their original bassist Scott Smith, the band decided to release a live album. This album contains refurbished recorded live tracks from the band's intense touring from 1982 to 1986. It became quite popular with fans, but failed to break into the mainstream.

The compilation was produced by Matt Frenette, with the overall album being produced by Paul Dean.

Track listing[edit]

1."Working for the Weekend"((Dean/Frenette/Reno))3:57
2."Lucky Ones"(Dean/Reno/Smith/Thurlow)4:02
3."Lady of the 80's"(Dean/Johnson/Reno/Wills)6:10
4."Take Me to the Top"(Dean/Johnson/Reno)7:18
6."This Could Be the Night"(Cain/Dean/Reno/Wray)5:18
8."Lead a Double Life"(Dean/Johnson/Johnson/Reno/Sigerson/Wray)4:28
10."Queen of the Broken Hearts"(Dean/Reno)5:33
11."Lovin' Every Minute of it (Lange)"(Dean/Fairbairn)5:02
12."Hot Girls in Love"(Dean/Fairbairn)6:33
13."Turn Me Loose"(Dean/Reno)6:04
14."The Kid is Hot Tonite"(Aubin/Dean)5:24


  • Mike Reno - lead vocals
  • Paul Dean - guitar, backing vocals
  • Doug Johnson - keyboards, backing vocals
  • Scott Smith - bass
  • Matt Frenette - drums


  • Paul Dean: Producer
  • Matt Frenette: Compilation Producer
  • Guy Charbonneau: Engineer
  • Biff Dawes: Engineer
  • Lynn Goldsmith: Cover Photo
  • Mark Wilder: Mastering
  • Patrick Glover: Assistant
  • Al Quaglieri: Compilation Producer
  • Howard Fritzson: Art Direction
  • Steve Newman: Design
  • Craig Waddell: Mastering
  • Dianne Spoto Shattuck: Packaging Manager


  • This album is dedicated in loving memory to Scott Smith: father, friend, bassist & bandmate... RIP![3][4]


  1. ^ Live, Loud and Loose at AllMusic
  2. ^ "Loverboy – Live, Loud and Loose review". Rolling Stone.
  3. ^ "Loverboy Officially Inducted Into The Canadian Music Hall Of Fame". Retrieved 13 August 2016.
  4. ^ "Loverboyband Official website". Retrieved 13 August 2016.