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Detective - It Takes One To Know One download album

  • Performer: Detective
  • Title: It Takes One To Know One
  • Genre: Rock / Funk & Soul
  • Country: US
  • Formats: DTS VOC MPC MP1 MOD ASF VOX
  • Style: Hard Rock, Funk
  • MP3 album: 1375 mb
  • FLAC album: 1659 mb
  • Rating: 4.8/5
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Detective - It Takes One To Know One download album

In support of their second album, It Takes One To Know One, Detective went on the road as the supporting act for Kiss. Kiss liked Detective so much that they actually considered recording one of their songs, "Ain't None Of Your Business", with Peter Criss on lead vocals. Demos exist of the Kiss version, but the song never made it onto a Kiss album or was ever played live. Reply Notify me Helpful. referencing It Takes One To Know One, LP, Album, SS 8504. Attempt at arena rock by people who just can't seem to pull it off.

Album Name It Takes One to Know One. Type Album. Labels Swan Song Records. Music StyleHard Rock. Members owning this album2. 1. Help Me Up. 2. Competition. 3. Are You Talkin' to Me? 4. Dynamite. 5. Something Beautiful.

Released in 1977, It Takes One to Know One was the second of Detective's two studio albums. This LP is uneven; a few of the tunes are pedestrian and forgettable (especially the sappy MOR numbers "Warm Love" and "Something Beautiful"). But when Detective hits its mark - and it often does - the listener is happy to have this record in his/her collection.

Artist: Detective Title Of Album: It Takes One To Know One Year Of Release: 1977, 2016 Country: UK, USA Genre: Hard Rock Format: FLAC (image+. The site works only thanks to your donations, we do not use aggressive advertising. Pretty Maids – A Blast From The Past 2019. Airstrike – Initial Attack 2019.

Artist/Band: Detective (UK, USA). Album: It Takes One To Know One. 01. Help Me Up (4:19) 02. Competition (4:40) 03. Are You Talkin' To Me? (4:38) 04. Dynamite (5:28) 05.

Detective – It Takes One To Know One – ℗ 1977 Betcha Won't Dance. Detective – It Takes One To Know One – ℗ 1977 Tear Jerker. Detective – It Takes One To Know One – ℗ 1977 Warm Love. Detective – It Takes One To Know One – ℗ 1977 Help Me Up. (play). Detective – It Takes One To Know One – ℗ 1977 Fever.

That first album of theirs, it was really good. It should have been more popular, shouldn't it?". In support of their second album, It Takes One To Know One, Detective went on the road as the supporting act for Kiss. Detective did go into the studio in 1978 with producer, Tom Dowd, to record their third album. While their first two albums were on Led Zeppelin's Swan Song label, Atlantic Records took over the band for their third release. Atlantic wanted a hit single from the band. Dowd brought in a song from a then unknown singer-songwriter named John Cougar, "I Need a Lover". According to Monarch, they really didn't want to record.

This album At A Glance. It Takes One To Know One by Detective (1977) Overall rank: 70,149th. DETECTIVE - It Takes One To Know One (Jewel Case) Condition: Brand New. Time left: 4h 8m 16s. Ships to: Worldwide. It Takes One to Know One by Detective (CD, Nov-2016,Cherry Red)UK Import Condition: Like New. Time left: 13h 55m 25s. Detective It Takes One To Know One Vinyl LP Record Album Condition: Used. Time left: 22h 53m 50s.

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Tracklist

1 Help Me Up 4:14
2 Competition 4:34
3 Are You Talkin' To Me? 4:35
4 Dynamite 5:25
5 Something Beautiful 4:19
6 Warm Love 5:24
7 Betcha Won't Dance 4:24
8 Fever 4:40
9 Tear Jerker 4:30

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – United Western Studios
  • Recorded At – Record Plant, Los Angeles
  • Recorded At – Clover Recorders
  • Mastered At – Sterling Sound

Credits

  • Arranged By – Michael Monarch (tracks: 5)
  • Art Direction – Bob Defrin
  • Bass – Bobby Pickett
  • Co-producer – Detective
  • Drums – Jon Hyde*
  • Engineer – Richard Digby Smith
  • Guitar – Michael Monarch
  • Keyboards – Tony Kaye
  • Lead Vocals – Michael Des Barres
  • Liner Notes – Hiro Arishima
  • Mastered By – Ted Jensen
  • Photography By – David Alexander
  • Producer – Steve Smith
  • Written-By – B. Pickett* (tracks: 7, 8), J. Hyde* (tracks: 1, 4, 6, 8, 9), M. Des Barres* (tracks: 2, 3, 5, 7), M. Monarch* (tracks: 2 to 4, 6, 8, 9), P. A. Miller* (tracks: 2), T. Kaye* (tracks: 2, 9)

Notes

Originally released in 1977.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 7567-91416-2 0

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SS 8504 Detective It Takes One To Know One ‎(LP, Album) Swan Song SS 8504 US 1977
KSS 8504 Detective It Takes One To Know One ‎(LP, Album) Swan Song KSS 8504 Canada 1977
SS 8504 Detective It Takes One To Know One ‎(LP, Album) Swan Song SS 8504 US 1977
SS 8504 Detective It Takes One To Know One ‎(LP, Album, MO) Swan Song SS 8504 US 1977
59406 Detective It Takes One To Know One ‎(LP, Album) Swan Song 59406 France 1977




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