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Badlands (Badlands album)

Studio album by Badlands
Released May 11, 1989
Recorded One On One Studios, Los Angeles, and The Record Plant, New York City
Genre Hard rock, Blues rock
Length 49:33
Label Atlantic
Producer Paul O'Neill
Badlands chronology
Voodoo Highway
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic [1]

Badlands is the first album by the band of the same name. This album features Ray Gillen and Eric Singer, who previously played together in Black Sabbath. This album also features guitarist Jake E. Lee and bassist Greg Chaisson. (Eric Singer later played on the Greg Chaisson solo album It's About Time.) The album had sold 400,000 copies by 1990, according to Greg Chaisson, in a "Hit Parader" interview from that year.


  • Track listing 1
  • Track listing (Vinyl Release 1989, Atlantic 81966-1) 2
  • Personnel 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Track listing

All songs written by Jake E. Lee, Ray Gillen and Paul O´Neill, except where noted.

© 1989 original release track listing:

  1. "High Wire" (Lee, Gillen) - 3:45
  2. "Dreams in the Dark" - 3:29
  3. "Jade's Song" (Lee) - 1:23
  4. "Winter's Call" (Lee, Gillen, Alex Gonzalez) - 5:35
  5. "Dancing on the Edge" - 3:27
  6. "Streets Cry Freedom" - 6:10
  7. "Hard Driver" - 4:50
  8. "Rumblin' Train" - 5:46
  9. "Devil's Stomp" - 4:54
  10. "Seasons" - 6:20

© 2001 re-issue bonus track:
    11. "Ball & Chain" (Lee, Gillen) - 4:13

Track listing (Vinyl Release 1989, Atlantic 81966-1)

East Side

  1. "High Wire"
  2. "Dreams in the Dark"
  3. "Jade's Song"
  4. "Winter's Call"
  5. "Dancing on the Edge"
  6. "Streets Cry Freedom"

West Side

  1. "Hard Driver"
  2. "Rumblin' Train"
  3. "Devil's Stomp"
  4. "Seasons"



  1. ^ Allmusic review

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