℗ 2020 Bloodlines
Released May 22, 1985
Duration 1h 01m 41s
Record Label Bloodlines
Catalogue No. 9341004090743
Genre Rock
 

For The Working Class Man

Jimmy Barnes

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1.1
I'd Die To Be With You Tonight
Jimmy Barnes
4:00
1.2
Ride The Night Away
Jimmy Barnes
4:24
1.3
American Heartbeat
Jimmy Barnes
4:08
1.4
Working Class Man
Jimmy Barnes
3:31
1.5
Without Your Love
Jimmy Barnes
4:26
1.6
No Second Prize
Jimmy Barnes
3:40
1.7
Vision
Jimmy Barnes
3:06
1.8
Promise Me You'll Call
Jimmy Barnes
3:31
1.9
Boys Cry Out For War
Jimmy Barnes
3:56
1.10
Daylight
Jimmy Barnes
3:19
1.11
Thick Skinned
Jimmy Barnes
3:28
1.12
Paradise (Remastered)
Jimmy Barnes
2:45
1.13
I'd Die To Be With You Tonight
Jimmy Barnes
4:24
1.14
Ride The Night Away
Jimmy Barnes
4:44
1.15
Working Class Man
Jimmy Barnes
3:55
1.16
No Second Prize
Jimmy Barnes
4:24
For the Working Class Man is the second studio album by former Cold Chisel frontman Jimmy Barnes, released in December 1985. The album consists of five original tracks and seven remixed tracks that had previously been released on Barnes' 1984 debut album Bodyswerve. For the Working Class Man was specifically geared toward securing Barnes a break into the American music market by Geffen. The new material found on the album was recorded in New York and Los Angeles with a variety of high-profile American producers, session musicians, and outside songwriters. Journey's Jonathan Cain contributed, produced and performed on two tracks, "Working Class Man" (which has since become Barnes' signature song as a solo artist after being featured in the Ron Howard film Gung Ho) and "American Heartbeat", Steven Van Zandt of Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band co-wrote "Ride the Night Away", Chas Sandford penned "I'd Die to Be with You Tonight" and "Without Your Love" was co-written with former Rainbow keyboardist Tony Carey.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Bloodlines Studio Masters

Tracks 1-16 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
Album average
Range of values
-0.42
-1.50 to -0.20
-11.39
-12.61 to -10.03
6
6 to 7
1
I'd Die To Be With You Tonight
-0.46-12.236
2
Ride The Night Away
-0.24-11.216
3
American Heartbeat
-1.50-11.766
4
Working Class Man
-0.33-12.176
5
Without Your Love
-0.22-11.746
6
No Second Prize
-0.37-11.016
7
Vision
-0.23-11.447
8
Promise Me You'll Call
-0.34-10.856
9
Boys Cry Out For War
-0.20-10.036
10
Daylight
-0.76-11.546
11
Thick Skinned
-0.23-11.226
12
Paradise (Remastered)
-0.87-10.466
13
I'd Die To Be With You Tonight
-0.20-12.297
14
Ride The Night Away
-0.20-11.097
15
Working Class Man
-0.25-12.617
16
No Second Prize
-0.36-10.626

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