Lost Within the Halls of Fame
|Lost Within the Halls of Fame|
|Studio album by Eric Burdon|
|Eric Burdon chronology|
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.
All tracks composed by Eric Burden and Steve Grant; except where indicated
- "I Used To Be An Animal" (Burden, Geoff Bastow, Mick Jackson)
- "The Dream"
- "When We Were a Gang"
- "American Dreams"
- "Rock and Roll Shoes"
- "Memories of Anna"
- "New Orleans Rap"
- "I Will Be With You Again"
- "Brand New Day" (Steve Grant)
- "Going Back to Memphis"
- "Leo's Place"
- "Woman's Touch"
- "Is There Another World" (Steve Grant)
- "Don't Shoot Me" (Steve Grant)
- Dillon, Charlotte (2011). "Lost Within the Halls of Fame - Eric Burdon | AllMusic". allmusic.com. Retrieved 27 August 2011.