Red Card (album)

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Red Card
Red Card (Streetwalkers album).jpg
Studio album by Streetwalkers
Released May 1976
Recorded 1976 Scorpio Sound, London
Genre Blues-rock, hard rock
Label Vertigo (UK)
Mercury (USA)
Producer Streetwalkers
Streetwalkers chronology
Downtown Flyers
Red Card
Vicious But Fair
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[1]
Robert Christgau (B) [2]

Red Card was the third[citation needed] and most successful studio album by the UK rock group Streetwalkers, which made the #20 in the UK album charts.[3] The album features the lineup of Roger Chapman, Charlie Whitney, Bobby Tench of The Jeff Beck Group and Hummingbird, Nicko McBrain, who later played drums with Iron Maiden and bassist Jon Plotel. This groove heavy album [4] was released in the UK by Vertigo and in the USA by Mercury during 1976 and remains a much respected album by many.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Run For Cover"   Chapman, Whitney, 5:50
2. "Me An' Me Horse An' Me Rum"   Chapman, Whitney, Tench 4:06
3. "Crazy Charade"   Chapman, Whitney, Tench 5:32
4. "Daddy Rolling Stone"   Otis Blackwell 3:17
5. "Roll Up, Roll Up"   Chapman, Whitney, 3:34
6. "Shotgun Messiah"   Chapman, Whitney, Tench 4:52
7. "Between Us"   Chapman, Whitney 3:52
8. "Decadence Code"   Chapman, Whitney 6:44
Total length:


  • Uncle Al's Pals Choir- Choir and Chorus
  • Wilfred Gibson -String Arrangements on "Between Us"


  1. ^ Dougan, John. "Red Card - Streetwalkers | AllMusic". Retrieved 25 June 2011. 
  2. ^ Christgau, Robert. "Robert Christgau: CG: Streetwalkers". Retrieved 26 December 2011. 
  3. ^ Larkin, Colin. The Guinness encyclopedia of popular music: Primitives-Three's A Crowd. Guinness. p. 3999. 
  4. ^ Red Card John Dougan at Allmusic


  • Strong, Martin Charles and Peel, John. The great rock discography. Canongate US (2004). 7th edition. ISBN 978-1-84195-615-2.
  • Tudor, Dean. Annual index to popular music record reviews. Scarecrow Press (1977). Digitized October 12, 2006. ISBN 978-0-8108-1070-9.