A1. Have A Good Time (But Get Out Alive). Backing Vocals – Roy Martin (4). 3:50. A2. Don't Let Them Push You Around.
Artist: Iron City Houserockers. But Get Out Alive: Best 2 songs. Iron City Houserockers - Old Man Bar 03:16. Iron City Houserockers - Rock Ola 02:55. Iron City Houserockers: best 2 tracks. Iron City Houserockers - I Should've Never Let You Go Cracking Under Pressure, 1983 04:04. But Get Out Alive, 1980 03:16. Artist: Iron City Houserockers.
Ships from and sold by mikesjazz. This album featured Steve Van Zandt of the E-Street Band as arranger of 5 of the songs metioned above. The band released a few more albums before being dropped from their label. The Iron City Houserockers are billed as "the world's greatest bar band", and these 12 songs go a long way towards proving that claim. Lead singer and main songwriter Joe Grushecky rocks out big time on the first three cuts, slows the tempo slightly with "Price Of Love," then kicks it in again.
Iron City Houserockers: Have A Good Time (But Get Out Alive)". The film also served to popularize the culture of bodybuilding, which was somewhat niche at the time, and helped inspire the fitness craze of the 1980s; following the film's release, there was a marked increase in the number of commercial gyms in the . The film was released on CED and VHS, and then re-released on DVD in 2003.
Iron City Houserockers. Also known as. Brick Alley Band (1976–1977) The Houserockers (1983–1984) Joe Grushecky and the Houserockers (1989–present). The Iron City Houserocker's first two albums, Love's So Tough and Have a Good Time but Get Out Alive! were released on compact disc in 1999.
Album: Have a Good Time but Get Out Alive! (1980). Get the Sheet Music License This Song. songfacts ®. Written by lead singer Joe Grushecky, this song was inspired by his hometown. Pittsburgh's a real good city," he told Musician in 1981. We got all these steel mills down by the river. When you grow up there, you can do two things. You can work like hell to stay out of those mills or you can spend your life pumping iron
Listen to music from Iron City Houserockers like Junior's Bar, Have a Good Time (But Get Out Alive) & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Iron City Houserockers. Pittsburgh grown band, Started in 1976 as the Brick Alley Band by Grushecky, a high school special education teacher in Pittsburgh, the band was a fairly typical bar band. The band was distinguished by Grushecky's taut, focused songs about life in the open hearth and a distinctive, driven sound owing much to the Rolling Stones and the J. Geils Band, but which also seemed to borrow a lot of the thrashing fury of punk rock.
Have a Good Time but Get out Alive! (1980). Blood on the Bricks is a studio album by the Iron City Houserockers. A more restrained album than their previous two efforts, the album was produced by Steve Cropper (of Booker T. and the . s) instead of hard rock producers like Have a Good Time but Get out Alive!. Among the better cuts on the album were the title song, "Saints and Sinners" (a song about Vietnam), and "Be My Friend" which includes a guitar riff in tribute to Van Morrison's "Here Comes the Night"
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|A1||Have A Good Time (But Get Out Alive)
Backing Vocals – Roy Martin
|A2||Don't Let Them Push You Around||2:21|
Producer, Guitar, Backing Vocals, Piano – Ian Hunter
|A5||Price Of Love
Organ – Tommy Mandel
|B1||We're Not Dead Yet
Written-By – Dan Beck
|B3||Old Man Bar
Accordion – Joey MisculinMandolin – Mick RonsonWritten-By – Bob Boyer, Eddie Britt
Backing Vocals – Ellen FoleyWritten-By – Eddie Britt
Written-By – Art Nardini
Piano – Mick Ronson
- Arranged By – Ian Hunter (tracks: A4, B1), Mick Ronson
- Bass – Art Nardini
- Design [Cover Design] – Gil Snyder, Tom Hart
- Drums – Ned E. Rankin
- Engineer [Assistant] – Gary Boyle
- Engineer, Mixed By – Harvey Goldberg
- Guitar, Vocals – Eddie Britt
- Harmonica, Vocals – Marc Reisman
- Mastered By – George Marino
- Photography By – Bob Freeman
- Piano, Vocals – Gil Snyder
- Producer – Mick Ronson, The Slimmer Twins
- Vocals, Guitar – Joe Grushecky
- Written-By – Gil Snyder (tracks: A4, A5, B1, B3 to B5), Joe Grushecky (tracks: A1 to B2, B4 to B6)
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|MCA-5111||Iron City Houserockers||Have A Good Time (But Get Out Alive) (LP, Album)||MCA Records||MCA-5111||Canada||1980|
|MCA-5111, MCA 5111||Iron City Houserockers||Have A Good Time (But Get Out Alive) (LP, Album)||MCA Records, MCA Records||MCA-5111, MCA 5111||Scandinavia||1980|
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|MCAC-5111||Iron City Houserockers||Have A Good Time (But Get Out Alive) (Cass, Album)||MCA Records||MCAC-5111||US||1980|
|MCA-5111||Iron City Houserockers||Have A Good Time (But Get Out Alive) (LP, Album, Glo)||MCA Records||MCA-5111||US||1980|