Sneak Me In

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Sneak Me In
Cover - sneak me in.jpg
Studio album by
Released1980
Recorded1979-1980
StudioMashville Studios, Maschen
GenreHard rock
Length36:30
LabelElektra (in the US)
Vertigo Records (in Europe)
ProducerLucifer's Friend
Lucifer's Friend chronology
Rock Heavies: Lucifer's Friend
(1980)
Sneak Me In
(1980)
Mean Machine
(1981)

Sneak Me In is the seventh album by Lucifer's Friend, an album in which Mike Starrs, formerly of Colosseum II, replaced John Lawton on vocals for a second time. This album and the previous Good Time Warrior (1978) were an attempt at a more commercial, accessible style which met with limited success. Starrs was replaced by the returning Lawton, for 1981's Mean Machine.

Track listing[edit]

Side One
No.TitleLength
1."Goodbye Girls"4:05
2."Sneak Me In"3:11
3."Foxy Lady"4:30
4."Love Hymn"5:16
Side Two
No.TitleLength
5."Stardancer"5:14
6."Indian Summer"5:16
7."Don't You Know what I Like"3:58
8."Cosmic Crusader"4:55

Personnel[edit]

  • Mike Starrs – lead vocals
  • Peter Hesslein – guitars, backing vocals
  • Peter Hecht – keyboards
  • Adrian Askew – keyboards, backing vocals
  • Dieter Horns – bass, backing vocals
  • Herbert Bornholdt – drums & percussion

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