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Lost in Love


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Audio CD, October 25, 1990
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1. Lost In Love
2. All Out Of Love
3. Every Woman In The World
4. Just Another Woman
5. Having You Near Me
6. American Hearts
7. Chances
8. Old Habits Die Hard
9. I Can't Get Excited
10. My Best Friend

Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 25, 1990)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Arista
  • ASIN: B000002VCS
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #95,671 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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With their heavily orchestrated, sweet ballads, the Australian soft rock group Air Supply became a staple of early-'80s radio, scoring a string of seven straight Top Five singles. Air Supply, for most intents and purposes, was the duo of vocalists Russell Hitchcock and Graham Russell; other members came through the group over the years, yet they only functioned as backing musicians and ... Read more in Amazon's Air Supply Store

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Customer Reviews

I hung with the guys and they even signed my record.
Al Lifton III
I have been looking for this CD for quite some time and never seemed to be able to locate it at any large Retailer and/or Specialty Music Store.
Ernesto Cornejo
"Just Another Woman" is a somewhat repetitive but very upbeat song.
A Customer

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on September 18, 2003
Format: Audio CD
This cd was a classic for the band. It's brilliant sound, sounds as great today as it did the first time I heard it,and that was more than twenty one years ago. the cd featured Ralph cooper who was the drummer at that time. who I had the pleasure to meet.Great Memories,Great Music,Great Band.*****
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Michael J. Lavalle on December 30, 1999
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This album contains Air Supply's first 3 smash hit US singles which have become absolute classics. There is a wide variety of styles on this album, from the soft ballad, to the disco-themed Just Another Woman, to the hard-rocking I Can't Get Excited and even a bit of country with Old Habits Die Hard. It's interesting to go back and listen to such an early effort and see how their music has evolved over the years. Their incredible talent, however , shines through on every album !
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By full_o_luv on March 11, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Am I the only one that thinks "Can't Get Excited" should be in the new Viagra commercials. I love that song. This album really laid out the framework for the commercially successful Air Supply the made them famous. Their biggest and most recognizable songs are on this cd. "Lost in Love", "All Out of Love", "Chances" and, "Every Woman in the World". I personally could've done without "Just Another Woman". It's just a little too discoey. But I fell in love with "Having you Near Me" the instant I heard it. Great album. One of my favorites.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By D. Ghiorsi on May 12, 2007
Format: Audio CD
Beautiful music. Had been looking for this album in stores, but couldn't find it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ernesto Cornejo on November 10, 2010
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I have been looking for this CD for quite some time and never seemed to be able to locate it at any large Retailer and/or Specialty Music Store.
I decided to go ahead and see if I could locate the CD on Amazon.com and sure enough, found it and immediately purchased it for a low, low price. As a matter of fact, Shipping costs were more than the Product itself. However, it was a price I was more than willing to pay in order to get my hands on this CD.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Frederick Baptist on April 1, 2011
Format: Audio CD
This mini-lp replica sleeve (mlps) version of Air Supply's best studio non-compilation album is a bit of a mixed bag for collectors and fans. As far as mlps designs go this is pretty average compared to what is out there and is poorly and cheaply assembled looking like it will fall apart soon once the glue gets old. In fact, my copy is already starting to come apart. Also included is a 16-page booklet with all the lyrics in both English and Japanese as well as a cardboard square resembing an alternative album cover featuring a windsurfer instead of the more familiar main cover at least that I'm used to that has all 5 band members posing in front of a skyscraper.

As far as the content goes though, the sound quality is pretty decent although a little over-compressed for my taste and the tracks here represent some of their best ever works. As an album this works well too as the tracks have a nice flow to them and even the bonus tracks are pretty decent. We get the U.S. version of "Lost In Love", "All Out of Love", "Every Woman In the World" which happen to be 3 of their biggest hits as well as other minor album track hits such as "Having You Near Me", "American Hearts", "Chances" and "Old Habits Die Hard".

What's interesting is that despite Air Supply being known for their obvious ballad strengths tracks such as "Just Another Woman" and "I Can't Get Excited" are decent enough uptempo numbers that make this album not entirely a snooze-fest if you are not in a romantic/mellow mood. In fact, this is a pretty strong album track-wise with no obvious filler material at least to me and even the bonus tracks deserve special mention. The first of these is the original Australian version of "Lost in Love" which clocks in at 5 mins 29 secs as compared to the U.S.
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Format: Audio CD
The concensus is that this was 'Air Supply' best album. Listening to this album, it becomes clear that early-70's-ish, 'airy' power ballads seem to be their main strength, with the other songs merely rounding out the album.

However, compared to subsequent LP's that tried to 'cash-in' on the 'All out of love' sound, it seems that a few attempts at other genre's was a welcome change of pace.

Putting on this album, the opening trio 'Lost in love', 'All out of love' and 'Every woman in the world' are the clear highlights, with 'Chances' also being a brilliant track. There aren't any genuine clunkers, it's just that the rest of the other songs either feel like one too many ballads (though 'Having you near me' is definitely a nice song), or dabbling in genres that don't fully suit them.

One thing you have to give them props for is making such an organic sounding album, which often sounds like 1971/1972, in a time when synths and new wave were all the rage. It's like they stuck to their ethos, and for a while there, it paid off.

But with many subsequent hits, singles and albums traversing the same ground as 'All out of love' and 'Every woman in the world' they made themselves out to be a one-trick pony, who could make a gorgeous power-ballad and that's it. However, this probably isn't the case.

This is probably their best album, but years later albums such as 'Concrete sky' are very strong, so I wouldn't be too certain this is their most rewarding, but it's certainly the most familiar and accessible. Worthy of at least three and a half stars, maybe a tad more.
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