Balance of Power

Balance of Power
Page d'aide sur l'homonymie Pour l’article homonyme, voir Équilibre des puissances
Balance of Power
Album par Electric Light Orchestra
Sortie mars 1986
Enregistrement de février 1985 à janvier 1986
aux Compass Point Studios (Nassau) et Hartmann Digital (Untertrubach)
Durée 34:18
Genre pop rock
Producteur Jeff Lynne
Label Epic / Jet (Royaume-Uni)
CBS Associated (États-Unis)
Classement 9e (Royaume-Uni)
49e (États-Unis)
Critique Allmusic[1] : 2/5
  1. Calling America
    Sortie : janvier 1986
  2. So Serious
    Sortie : avril 1986
  3. Getting to the Point
    Sortie : juillet 1986
Albums de Electric Light Orchestra
Secret Messages (1983)
Live at Winterland '76 (1998)

Balance of Power est le douzième album studio d'Electric Light Orchestra (réduit au trio Lynne/Bevan/Tandy), sorti en 1986, et le dernier jusqu'à la sortie de Zoom en 2001.


Toutes les chansons sont écrites et composées par Jeff Lynne

No Titre Durée
1. Heaven Only Knows 2:52
2. So Serious 2:38
3. Getting to the Point 4:28
4. Secret Lives 3:26
5. Is It Alright 3:25
6. Sorrow About to Fall 3:59
7. Without Someone 3:48
8. Calling America 3:26
9. Endless Lies 2:55
10. Send It 3:04
Titres bonus (2007)
No Titre Durée
11. Opening 0:24
12. Heaven Only Knows (autre version) 2:32
13. In for the Kill 3:13
14. Secret Lives (autre mix) 3:24
15. Sorrow About to Fall (autre mix) 3:48
16. Caught in a Trap (face B du single Calling America) 3:44
17. Destination Unknown (face B du single Calling America) 4:10


  • Jeff Lynne : chant, guitares, basse, claviers, percussions
  • Bev Bevan : batterie, percussions
  • Richard Tandy : claviers, programmation


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