Still Got That Hunger

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Still Got That Hunger
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Studio album by
Released9 October 2015
GenreBlues rock[1]
LabelThe End Records
ProducerChristopher Marc Potter
The Zombies chronology
Breathe Out, Breathe In
Still Got That Hunger
Professional ratings
Review scores
Music News Nashvillepositive[2]
Rolling Stone3/5 stars[3]

Still Got That Hunger is the sixth studio album by English rock band the Zombies, released on 9 October 2015.[4] The band funded production of the album through the crowdfunding web site PledgeMusic, receiving donations from 958 pledgers and reaching 143% of its funding goal.[5]

Two of the songs on the album are remakes of earlier recordings by members of the band. "I Want You Back Again" was originally released by the Zombies as a single in 1965 and in the intervening time has been covered in live performances by Tom Petty, a self-professed fan of the band.[6] "Now I Know I'll Never Get Over You" was originally released by Colin Blunstone on his 2009 solo album The Ghost of You and Me.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks composed by Rod Argent, except where noted.

1."Moving On" 4:00
2."Chasing The Past" 4:05
3."Edge of the Rainbow" 4:10
4."New York" 4:08
5."I Want You Back Again" (2015) 3:34
6."And We Were Young Again"Rod Argent, Catherine Argent4:07
7."Maybe Tomorrow" 3:34
8."Now I Know I'll Never Get Over You"Colin Blunstone3:34
9."Little One" 2:54
10."Beyond the Borderline" 3:15


The Zombies


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  2. ^ Kinsler, Robert (5 October 2015). "Embrace Rock, Synthpop, Blues and Country Excellence". Music News Nashville. Retrieved 22 July 2016.
  3. ^ Sheffield, Rob (9 October 2015). "The Zombies: Still Got That Hunger". Rolling Stone. Retrieved 23 July 2016.
  4. ^ "The Zombies 'Still Got That Hunger' - Album Out Now!" (Press release). New York, NY: The End Records. Retrieved 2015-10-23.
  5. ^ "The Zombies: New Album On PledgeMusic". PledgeMusic. Retrieved 22 October 2015.
  6. ^ Fricke, David (24 May 2013). ""Tom Petty Goes Deeper, Gets Heavy on Second and Third Beacon Nights"". Rolling Stone.