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Mean Business

Mean Business is a studio album by The Firm, released by Atlantic Records on April 2, 1986. Repeating the same bluesy formula as the debut album, Mean Business did not achieve the same commercial success despite sellout tours. Jimmy Page and Paul Rodgers[?] decided to disband The Firm within months of this album's release.

The album peaked at #22 on the Billboard's Pop Albums chart.

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Track listing

  1. "Fortune Hunter" (Page/Rodgers) 5:00
  2. "Cadillac" (Page/Rodgers) 5:57
  3. "All the King's Horses" (Rodgers) 3:16
  4. "Live in Peace" (Rodgers) 5:05
  5. "Tear Down the Walls" (Page/Rodgers) 4:43
  6. "Dreaming" (Franklin) 6:00
  7. "Free to Live" (Page/Rodgers) 4:13
  8. "Spirit of Love" (Rodgers) 5:06

Total album length: 39:36 minutes

Personnel

  • Jimmy Page - Acoustic and electric guitars, producer
  • Paul Rodgers[?] - Vocals, acoustic and electric guitars, producer
  • Tony Franklin - Bass guitar, keyboards, synthesizer
  • Chris Slade - Drums and percussion, backing vocals
  • Julian Mendelsohn - Producer
  • Aubrey Powell Productions - Cover design
  • Barry Diament - Mastering

Chart positions Billboard Music Charts (North America) - singles

 1986	All the King's Horses           Pop      Singles	          No.61
 1986   Live in Peace                   Pop      Singles                    -

Additional notes Recorded and mixed at The Sol Studios, Cookham, Berkshire, England. Mastered at Atlantic Studios, New York, United States.

Catalogue: Atlantic 781628-1



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