Loose Screw


Loose Screw

Infobox Album
Name = Loose Screw
Type = studio
Artist = The Pretenders


Released = November 12, 2002
Recorded = June 2001 - April 2002
Genre = Rock
Length =
Label = Artemis Records
Producer = Jonathan Quarmby, Kevin Bacon
Reviews = *Allmusic Rating|3|5 [http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=10:ce2m96bokep3 link]
*"Rolling Stone" Rating|4|5 [http://www.rollingstone.com/artists/pretenders2/albums/album/96394/review/5945066/loose_screw link]
Last album = "Viva el Amor"
(1999)
This album = "Loose Screw"
(2002)
Next album = "Break up the Concrete"
(2008)

"Loose Screw" is the eighth studio album by rock group, The Pretenders, and was released in 2002. It represented the first time the Pretenders had the same credited band line-up (Chrissie Hynde, Martin Chambers, Andy Hobson and Adam Seymour) on three straight studio albums.

Track listing

All songs written by Adam Seymour and Chrissie Hynde, except where noted.
#"Lie to Me"
#"Time"
#"You Know Who Your Friends Are"
#"Complex Person"
#"Fools Must Die"
#"Kinda Nice, I Like It"
#"Nothing Breaks Like a Heart" (Hynde, Billy Steinberg, Tom Kelly)
#"I Should of"
#"Clean Up Woman"
#"The Losing"
#"Saving Grace" (Hynde, Steinberg, Kelly)
#"Walk Like a Panther" (Richard Barratt, Jason Buckle, Jarvis Cocker, Dean Honer)

Personnel

*Adam Seymour - lead guitar, backing vocals
*Chrissie Hynde - rhythm guitar, lead vocals
*Andy Hobson - bass
*Martin Chambers - drums

Additional personnel

*Kevin Bacon - bass
*Jonathan Quarmby - keyboards
*Colin Elliot - percussion
*Mark Smith - percussion
*Priscilla Jones - backing vocals
*Tom Kelly - backing vocals
*Mark Sheridan - backing vocals
*Duke Quartet - strings, brass
*Kick Horns - brass


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