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Love and War, 8084’s second album, came on the heels of winning Rock Search ‘87 in Montreal, where the band drew the attention of many high-level music industry professionals. The band began writing and recording the album with Aldo Nova during the summer of 1987 in Montreal and eventually finished the tracks for side one with Hirsh again producing with engineer Bob St. John at Courtland Studios in Hanson, Massachusetts. There were many changes that took place within the management organization during this time, but wanting to get the albums to its fans, the band took the brave step of self-producing the remaining tracks at Saxony Recording Studios in Rouses Point, New York. Finally, the album was released in the summer of 1989. Three noteworthy songs on this album include “Too Late for Love,” which was co-written by Randy and Aldo Nova; “Hideaway,” which included Hirsh as a co-writer and earned the band an honorable mention in Billboard’s annual songwriting contest; and “She’s on Fire,” an Andre and Aldo gritty re-work of the song “Fire” from the first album.

Love & War

8084

$9.99

Downloads include choice of MP3, WAV, or FLAC

Love and War, 8084’s second album, came on the heels of winning Rock Search ‘87 in Montreal, where the band drew the attention of many high-level music industry professionals. The band began writing and recording the album with Aldo Nova during the summer of 1987 in Montreal and eventually finished the tracks for side one with Hirsh again producing with engineer Bob St. John at Courtland Studios in Hanson, Massachusetts. There were many changes that took place within the management organization during this time, but wanting to get the albums to its fans, the band took the brave step of self-producing the remaining tracks at Saxony Recording Studios in Rouses Point, New York. Finally, the album was released in the summer of 1989. Three noteworthy songs on this album include “Too Late for Love,” which was co-written by Randy and Aldo Nova; “Hideaway,” which included Hirsh as a co-writer and earned the band an honorable mention in Billboard’s annual songwriting contest; and “She’s on Fire,” an Andre and Aldo gritty re-work of the song “Fire” from the first album.