Street Poetry


Street Poetry

Infobox Album | Name = Street Poetry
Type = Album
Artist = Hanoi Rocks


Released = 2007
Genre = Glam punk
Label = Liquor And Poker Music
Producer = The Muddy Twins, Petri Majuri & Ian Vincent
Last album = "Another Hostile Takeover"
(2005)
This album = "Street Poetry"
(2007)
Next album = "TBA"

"Street Poetry" is the Finnish rock band Hanoi Rocks' third album after reformation. The album reached the top 10 on the Finnish charts, and succeded very well elsewhere in Europe too. The first single spawned was "Fashion", and the second was an internet-only single "This One's For Rock'n'Roll".

Tracklist

# Hypermobile - 4:04
# Street Poetry - 3:56
# Fashion - 3:16
# Highwired - 3:29
# Power Of Persuasion - 4:14
# Teenage Revolution - 3:37
# Worth Your Weight In Gold - 3:32
# Transcendental Groove - 3:03
# This One's For Rock'N'Roll - 3:44
# Powertrip - 2:37
# Walkin' Away
# Tootin' Star - 2:39
# Fumblefoot And Busy Bee - 2:05Bonuses on Limited Edition.
# Trouble Boys (Song)
# Fashion (Video + Making of)
# Boulevard Of Broken Dreams (live video)
# Highschool (live video) Bonus tracks on Japanese edition
# Self Destruction Blues
# Worldshaker

Personnel

*Michael Monroe – Lead Vocals, Sax, Harp, Guitars, Keyb's, Percussion
*Andy McCoy – Guitars & Backing Vocals
*Conny Bloom – Guitars & Backing Vocals
*Andy Christell - Bass & Backing Vocals
*Lacu – Drums and percussion


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