Living in Oz is an album released by rock musician Rick Springfield in 1983. The album was quickly certified Platinum in America.
In 1984, Springfield was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Male Rock Vocal Performance for the "Affair of the Heart" single, which peaked at number nine on the Billboard Hot 100 and #10 on the Cash Box Top 100.
The album's title is an allusion to living in Australia (Oz = Australia).
All songs written by Rick Springfield, except "Affair of the Heart", co-written with Danny Tate and Blaise Tosti.
- "Human Touch" -5:08
- "Alyson" -3:49
- "Affair of the Heart" -4:33
- "Living in Oz" -3:49
- "Me & Johnny" -4:26
- "Motel Eyes" -3:12
- "Tiger by the Tail" -3:25
- "Souls" -4:15
- "I Can't Stop Hurting You" -3:44
- "Like Father, Like Son" -2:57
- Rick Springfield: lead vocals, guitar, bass, backing vocals
- Tim Pierce: guitar
- Mike Seifrit, Dennis Belfield: bass
- Brett Tuggle, Alan Pasqua, Gabriel Katona, John Philip Shenale, Mitchell Froom: keyboards
- Mike Baird: drums
- Jack White: electronic drums
- Richard Elliot: saxophone solo on "Human Touch"
- Michael Fisher: percussion
- Richard Page, Tom Kelly: backing vocals
- String arrangements on "Like Father, Like Son": Tom Scott (also the conductor), Rick Springfield, John Philip Shenale
- Produced by Rick Springfield and Bill Drescher
- Engineered by Bill Drescher at Sound City
- Mastered by Greg Fulginiti at Artisan Sound Recorders