Love Attack (album)

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Love Attack
Isaac Hayes Love Attack.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedSeptember 20, 1988
GenreSoul, funk
LabelColumbia/CBS Records
ProducerIsaac Hayes
Isaac Hayes chronology
Love Attack
Raw & Refined
Professional ratings
Review scores
AllMusic3/5 stars[1]

Love Attack is the eighteenth studio album by American Soul musician Isaac Hayes. The album was released on September 20, 1988, by Columbia/CBS Records. It features a new version of Jerry Butler's "I Stand Accused", which Hayes already covered on his 1970 album The Isaac Hayes Movement and a cover of Billy Joel’s "She's Got a Way". Like the previous album U-Turn, Love Attack features mainly synthesizers and drum machines, and the same team of musicians including Gerald Jackson and Bill Mueller.[2]

Track listing[edit]

1."Love Attack"Isaac Hayes5:35
2."Let Me Be Your Everything"Isaac Hayes6:41
3."Showdown"Isaac Hayes6:24
4."Eye of the Storm"Isaac Hayes4:25
5."Accused Rap"Isaac Hayes4:46
6."I Stand Accused ’88" (featuring Brenda Jones Williams)Jerry Butler, William Butler5:40
7."She’s Got A Way"Billy Joel4:28
8."Foreplay Rap"Isaac Hayes1:59
9."Love Won’t Let Me Wait" (featuring Yasmin Jones)Bobby Eli, Vinnie Barrett5:41


  • Isaac Hayes – vocal, synthesizers, acoustic piano, computer programming
  • Gerald Jackson – synthesizers, drum machine programming
  • Bill Mueller – guitar
  • Ronnie Garrett – bass guitar
  • Myra Walker and Brenda Jones William – backing vocals
  • Produced and arranged by Isaac Hayes
  • Recorded and mixed by Ron Christopher
  • Mastered by Glen Meadows
  • Cover design & photos Allen Weinberg and William Coupon


  1. ^ Ron Wynn. "Love Attack - Isaac Hayes | Songs, Reviews, Credits, Awards". AllMusic. Retrieved 2015-08-30.
  2. ^ "Ebony - Google Books". Retrieved 2015-08-30.