Sweeney Todd (album)

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Sweeney Todd
Studio album by Sweeney Todd
Released 1975
Genre Glam rock
Label London
Producer Martin Shaer [1]
Sweeney Todd chronology
Sweeney Todd
(1975)
If Wishes Were Horses
(1977)

Sweeney Todd is the first album of the Canadian glam rock band Sweeney Todd. The single "Roxy Roller" reached #1 in the RPM national singles survey on June 26, 1976, and held that position for three weeks.[2][3][4] Singer Nick Gilder and guitarist Jim McCulloch later went on to solo careers. They have both since returned to the band.

Track list[edit]

  1. Roxy Roller
  2. Broadway Boogie
  3. Juicy Loose
  4. Short Distance, Long Journey
  5. The Kilt (instrumental)
  6. Rock'N'Roll Story
  7. Sweeney Todd Folder
  8. See What We're Doing Now
  9. Daydreams
  10. Rue De Chance
  11. Let's Do It All Again

Personnel[edit]

  • Nick Gilder: Lead Vocals
  • Jim McCulloch: Guitar
  • Dan Gaudin: Keyboards
  • Budd Marr: Bass
  • John Booth: Drums
  • Rod Dirk: Engineer [5]
  • Martun Shaer: Producer

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