Lost Within the Halls of Fame

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Lost Within the Halls of Fame
Eric Burdon Lost Within The Halls Of Fame.jpg
Studio album by Eric Burdon
Released 1995
Genre Rock, pop
Length 65:05
Label Sanctuary
Eric Burdon chronology
Access All Areas
(1993)Access All Areas1993
Lost Within the Halls of Fame
(1995)
Eric Burdon Live
(1996)Eric Burdon Live1996
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

Lost Within The Halls of Fame is a post-pop/rock album by Eric Burdon, released in 1995.

All songs came from the I Used To Be An Animal sessions in 1988. Some of the songs included on the album were released before.

The album was recorded with a concept, consisting of spoken parts and songs, because Burdon wanted to make an autobiographical album. I Used To Be An Animal should have been that album, but the record company wanted to only release the complete songs.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks composed by Eric Burden and Steve Grant; except where indicated

  1. "I Used To Be An Animal" (Burden, Geoff Bastow, Mick Jackson)
  2. "The Dream"
  3. "When We Were a Gang"
  4. "American Dreams"
  5. "Rock and Roll Shoes"
  6. "Memories of Anna"
  7. "New Orleans Rap"
  8. "I Will Be With You Again"
  9. "Brand New Day" (Steve Grant)
  10. "Nightrider"
  11. "Going Back to Memphis"
  12. "Leo's Place"
  13. "Woman's Touch"
  14. "Is There Another World" (Steve Grant)
  15. "Don't Shoot Me" (Steve Grant)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Dillon, Charlotte (2011). "Lost Within the Halls of Fame - Eric Burdon | AllMusic". allmusic.com. Retrieved 27 August 2011.