Nights Are So Long

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Nights Are So Long
Nights Are So Long Cover.jpg
Studio album by
Released1987 (1987)[1]
RecordedNorth Lake Sound Studios in White Plains, New York
GenreHard rock
ProducerMichael Monroe, Craig Goetsch
Michael Monroe chronology
Nights Are So Long
Not Fakin' It
Professional ratings
Review scores
AllMusic4.5/5 stars[1]

Nights Are So Long is the first studio album by singer Michael Monroe, released in 1987 through Yahoo! Records; a remastered edition was reissued in 2004 through Warner Music.[2] It is Monroe's first post-Hanoi Rocks release, with Yahoo! being the record label of Hanoi Rocks' then-manager Seppo Vesterinen. Save for three tracks written by Monroe, the rest are mainly covers; his subsequent 1989 album, Not Fakin' It, would be the first to feature primarily original compositions. Monroe dedicated the album to Razzle, Hanoi Rocks' drummer, who was killed in a road accident in 1984.

Track listing[edit]

1."She's No Angel"Gary Holton3:34
2."Million Miles Away"Frank Secich3:49
3."Shake Some Action"Cyril Jordan, Chris Wilson3:51
4."It's a Lie"Jimmy Zero4:06
6."Nights Are So Long"Zero3:29
7."Can't Go Home Again"Michael Monroe3:23
8."Too Rich to be Good"Monroe3:29
9."You Can't Put Your Arms Around a Memory"Johnny Thunders1:34
10."Keep it Up"Monroe3:31
Total length:33:55