Suitcase (Neil Arthur album)
|Studio album by Neil Arthur|
Marius De Vries
John Williams and Neil Arthur
Suitcase (1994) is the debut solo album by Neil Arthur.
Before the release of the album in 1994, the song "One Day, One Time" had been released as Arthur's debut solo single in 1992, but failed to chart. However it was a radio hit. When the album surfaced, it failed to chart within the UK Top 100. Despite the lack of commercial success from the album, the second and final single "I Love I Hate" peaked at #50 in the UK in 1994, and lasted within the Top 100 for two weeks.
In January 2013, Arthur was interviewed for the StevoMusicMan wordpress website, and was asked about the Suitcase album. The interviewer asked if Arthur felt strange working on an album without his Blancmange partner Stephen Luscombe, and what he learnt from the project. Arthur revealed: "No it didn't feel strange at all. I enjoyed making it. I'm still learning! I'll do another one day one time!"
UK CD: CDCHR 6065
All songs written by Neil Arthur, except where noted.
- "Breaking My Heart" – 4:17
- "I Love I Hate" – 4:29
- "Suitcase" – 4:02
- "Jumping Like A Kangaroo" – 3:49
- "I Know These Things About You" – 4:05
- "Heaven" – 4:06
- "That What Love Is Like" – 3:07
- "One Day, One Time" – 3:32 (Arthur/Kenton)
- "Jukebox Theory" – 4:01
- "The Beach" – 5:29 (Arthur/Henderson)
- Adam Fuest - producer, engineer (1, 4, 7)
- Marius De Vries - producer (2, 6)
- Neil Arthur - producer (3)
- John Williams and Neil Arthur (5, 9)
- Phil Bodger - additional production, mix (3) - remix (4) - producer, mix (8)
- Fortran 5 and Neil Arthur - producer (10)
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