Patty Smyth - Never Enough (1987) [NM/EX]
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Patty Smyth - Never Enough (1987) [NM/EX]
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Catalog Number: FC-40182

Still in ORIGINAL SHRINK-WRAP (opened). Vinyl plays nicely (play-tested). Cover looks great; no scuffing (front and back); small surface abrasion on front near the Y in Patty (see photo). Inner sleeve is original (lyrics). Spine is unbroken, clean, and easy-to-read. Little-to-no shelf-wear along top/bottom-edge. Opening is crisp with signs of light-use. (Not a cut-out.)

Never Enough is the debut album by former Scandal singer Patty Smyth. It was released in 1987 on Columbia Records (also the group's label) three years after the band's breakup in 1984. In an interview with Smyth on The Bloomberg Report, she said the album "was never supposed to be a solo record; it was meant to be a record by Scandal Featuring Patty Smyth. Even though the band had broken up, I was still with Keith Mack; it was Zack & I that had ended our partnership." Though she would have success as a songwriter later on, here she only co-wrote two tracks, the first and the last. The first of these two, Never Enough (the album's title track) was actually a slight rewrite of a song with the same title from the self-titled debut album of then-current (in 1987) Hooters bandmembers Rob Hyman and Eric Bazilian's former band, Baby Grand. The original version featured different lyrics sung by Baby Grand frontman David Kagan. In fact, Hyman and Bazilian, as well as others associated with The Hooters, including producer Rick Chertoff had a significant hand in the making of this album. The album includes two cover versions, one of Downtown Train by Tom Waits, and the retitled Call To Heaven originally called Les Morts Dansant by British hard rock band Magnum. The LP reached a peak of 66 in the U.S. and spawned three singles: the title track (#61 pop, #4 U.S. Mainstream Rock Tracks), Downtown Train (#95 pop, #40 Mainstream) and Isn't It Enough (#26 Mainstream).

Never Enough
Downtown Train
Give It Time
Call To Heaven
The River Cried
Isn't It Enough
Sue Lee
Tough Love
Heartache Heard 'Round The World
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