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Jealousy (Loudness EP)

Jealousy
Loudness
Released May 25, 1988
Recorded Marine Studio, Music Inn Studio, Digital Sound Studio, Sedic Studio
Tokyo, Japan
Genre Heavy metal, glam metal
Length 27:59
Label WEA Japan
Producer Loudness, Toshi Makashita
Loudness chronology

Hurricane Eyes
(1987)
Jealousy EP
(1988)
Soldier Of Fortune
(1989)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 1.5/5 stars[1]

Jealousy is an EP by Japanese band Loudness. It was released in May 1988 only in Japan, a market that the band felt to have neglected in favour of American audiences. It would also mark the final recording with the classic line-up, until Spiritual Canoe in 2001. In fact singer Minoru Niihara would be fired from the band after the end of the domestic tour promoting this release. The song "Long Distance Love" would later be reworked for the On the Prowl album, with vocals by American singer Mike Vescera.[2]

Track listing

  1. "Jealousy" - 5:04
  2. "Long Distance Love" - 4:32
  3. "Good Things Going" - 5:09
  4. "Die of Hunger" - 4:48
  5. "Heavier than Hell" - 4:29
  6. "Dreamer and Screamer" - 3:55

All music by Akira Takasaki, all lyrics by Minoru Niihara

Personnel

Band members

Additional musicians

  • Masanori Sasaji - keyboards
  • Jesus Kogyama, Enky Fujino, Paul Raymond, Frank Dimino - backing vocals

Production

  • Bill Freesh - engineer
  • Yasuhiro Ito, Hideaki Kojima - assistant engineers
  • Toshi Makashita - executive producer

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