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Highlights & Lowlives
Highlights & Lowlives
Studio album by Blue Cheer
Released January/February 1990
Recorded 1990 at Foel Studio in Wales, UK
Genre Hard Rock, Stoner Rock, Blues Rock
Length 40:11
44:00 (Bonus)
Label Thunderbolt, Nibelung
Producer Jack Endino
Blue Cheer chronology
Blitzkrieg Over Nüremberg
(1989)
Highlights & Lowlives
(1990)
Dining With The Sharks
(1991)

Highlights & Lowlives is the eighth studio album by California hard rock band Blue Cheer, releasing in 1990. Notably it's the first (of two) studio albums to feature longtime guitarist Andrew "Duck" MacDonald. Notably famed producer Jack Endino would handle the production duties (and speak positively of the experience on the liner notes of Rocks Europe). However reviews of the album tend to be fairly average.[1]

TracklistEdit

NOTE: Track 9 is a bonus track exclusive to select versions of the album.

  • 1. Urban Soldiers (Dickie Peterson) (4:09)
  • 2. Hunter of Love (Duck MacDonald, Peterson) (5:32)
  • 3. Girl From London (MacDonald, Peterson) (5:40)
  • 4. Blue Steel Dues (MacDonald, Peterson) (6:19)
  • 5. Big Trouble In Paradise (Peterson, Rainier) (4:11)
  • 6. Flight of The Enola Gay (MacDonald, Peterson) (3:49)
  • 7. (I'm Your) Hoochie Coochie Man (Willie Dixon) (5:56)
  • 8. Down and Dirty (MacDonald, Peterson) (4:35)
  • 9. Blues Cadillac (Peterson) (3:49)

PersonnelEdit

  • Dickie Peterson - Bass, Lead Vocals
  • Paul Whaley - Drums
  • Andrew "Duck" MacDonald - Guitar, Backing Vocals
  • Dave Anderson - Engineer
  • Ivor Mladek - Engineer
  • Rainer Kleber - Mastering
  • Jack Endino - Producer
  • Roland Hofmann - Executive Producer
  • Günther Kempf - Artwork
Blue Cheer - Highlights and Lowlives 1990 (Full Album)

Blue Cheer - Highlights and Lowlives 1990 (Full Album)

External LinksEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. AllMusic
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