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Radio Active

Pat Travers

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1.1
New Age Music
Pat Travers
5:06
1.2
My Life Is On The Line
Pat Travers
3:43
1.3
(I Just Want To) Live It My Way
Pat Travers
5:32
1.4
I Don't Want To Be Awake
Pat Travers
3:54
1.5
I Can Love You
Pat Travers
2:24
1.6
Untitled
Pat Travers
3:25
1.7
Feelin' In Love
Pat Travers
3:30
1.8
Play It Like You See It
Pat Travers
5:09
1.9
Electric Detective
Pat Travers
3:07
Total Playing Time    35:50
Radio Active is an album released by the Pat Travers on Polydor Records in 1981. It was Pat Travers' first release after the highly successful Crash and Burn; however, Pat Thrall and Tommy Aldridge had already left the band. Travers and Cowling forged on with former Blackjack drummer Sandy Gennaro. It was quite different from Travers' previous work, with more emphasis on keyboards than heavy guitars. Radio Active was recorded at Bee Jay Recording Studios in Orlando, Florida from October 1980 to February 1981.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Polydor Studio Masters

Tracks 1-9 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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