℗ 1984 Warner Bros
 

Chicago 17

Chicago

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1
Stay the Night
Chicago
3:48
2
We Can Stop the Hurtin'
Chicago
4:11
3
Hard Habit to Break
Chicago
4:43
4
Only You
Chicago
3:53
5
Remember the Feeling
Chicago
4:28
6
Along Comes a Woman
Chicago
4:14
7
You're the Inspiration
Chicago
3:49
8
Please Hold On
Chicago
3:37
9
Prima Donna
Chicago
4:09
10
Once in a Lifetime
Chicago
4:12
Total Playing Time    41:04
- Billboard 200 - #4 (1984)

- Grammy Awards 1985 (Non-Classical) - Producer of the Year (David Foster); Best Engineered Recording (Humberto Gatica).

Chicago 17 is the fourteenth studio album by American band Chicago, released on May 14, 1984. It was the group's second release for Full Moon/Warner Bros. Records, their second album to be produced by David Foster and their last with founding bassist/vocalist Peter Cetera.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Rhino/Warner Bros. Studio Masters

Tracks 1-5, 7-10 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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