That's the Stuff

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That's the Stuff
Autograph - That's the Stuff.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedOctober 1985 - Vinyl
1990 - Compact Disc
Recorded1985
GenreGlam metal, Hard rock
Length40:32
LanguageEnglish
LabelRCA Records
ProducerEddie DeLena
Autograph chronology
Sign In Please
(1984)
That's the Stuff
(1985)
Loud and Clear
(1987)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic2/5 stars [1]

That's the Stuff is the second album by the American melodic hard rock band Autograph. Released by RCA Records in 1985, the album featured the singles "That's The Stuff" and "Blondes In Black Cars."

A different version of the album was issued in 1986, featuring a blue cover with different artwork. This version featured a cover of Grand Funk Railroad's "We're an American Band" replacing "Six String Fever" as track 6.

A remastered version of the original album (red cover) was issued by Spitfire Records in 2002, which retained the same track listing as the original, apart from the substitution of "Six String Fever" with "We're an American Band" as track number 6.[2] Since its remastered release in 2002 the CD has become extremely rare. The album was again reissued in 2009 by the British record label Rock Candy. This time, the remastered CD featured the ten original tracks (including "Six String Fever") and "We're an American Band" as a bonus track. The booklet features the original red cover.

Track listing[edit]

No.TitleLength
1."That's the Stuff"4:24
2."Take No Prisoners (from The River Rat soundtrack LP)"3:56
3."Blondes In Black Cars"4:16
4."You'll Get Over It"3:27
5."Crazy World"4:38
6."Six String Fever"4:34
7."Changing Hands"4:49
8."Hammerhead"1:37
9."Built For Speed"3:37
10."Paint This Town"4:51
11."We"re An American Band (Bonus Track - 2009 Rock Candy Remaster)"3:44

Personnel[edit]

  • Steve Plunkett - lead vocals, rhythm guitar
  • Steve Lynch - lead guitar, backing vocals
  • Randy Rand - bass, backing vocals
  • Steven Isham - keyboards, backing vocals
  • Keni Richards - drums

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