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Roger Taylor's first solo album from 1981. Released on LP and cassette. The LP release has a printed innersleeve with lyrics and pictures.
A UK LP test pressing exists with a different sleeve.
Re-released for the first time on CD in 1996.
The Venezuelan LP issue has a gatefold cover with lyrics and pictures on the inside of the sleeve.
The USA had an 8-track issue.

  

above: the front and back sleeves of the UK LP issue



above: the sleeve of the UK cassette issue



above: the front sleeve of the USA cassette issue

  

above: the front and back sleeves of the 1996 UK CD issue

Album info
UK tracklisting
  Side One:
  1. No Violins (Taylor) 4:33
  2. Laugh Or Cry (Taylor) 3:06
  3. Future Management (You Don't Need Nobody Else) (Taylor) 3:03
  4. Let's Get Crazy (Taylor) 3:41
  5. My Country I & II (Taylor) 6:49
  Side Two:
  6. Good Times Are Now (Taylor) 3:28
  7. Magic Is Loose (Taylor) 3:31
  8. Interlude In Constantinople (Taylor) 2:04
  9. Airheads (Taylor) 3:39
10. Fun In Space (Taylor) 6:22

Korean tracklisting
  Side One:
  1. No Violins (Taylor) 4:33
  2. Laugh Or Cry (Taylor) 3:06
  3. Future Management (You Don't Need Nobody Else) (Taylor) 3:03
  4. Let's Get Crazy (Taylor) 3:41
  Side Two:
  5. Good Times Are Now (Taylor) 3:28
  6. Magic Is Loose (Taylor) 3:31
  7. Airheads (Taylor) 3:39
  8. Fun In Space (Taylor) 6:22

Liner notes
Instruments and vocals: Roger Taylor
Approx. 50% of keyboards: David Richards

Produced, written and arranged by Roger Taylor
Engineered by David Richards
Recorded at Mountain Studios, Montreux, Switzerland.
Mastered by George Marino at Sterling Sound

All influences - conscious, subconscious and unconscious.
P.S. Hello listeners. I hope you enjoy and have fun with this,
my very own, album. I like it. If you don't, sod you!
P.P.S. 157 synthesizers.

Thank you:
Crystal - for ribaldry, oafishness and carrying me home
Ratty - for his helpfull rodent ways
David Richards - for help, encouragement and ideas
Aline Jacottet - for organising and bailing us out
Andre Jauchet - for co-engineering 'Airheads' and
maintenance

Thanks very much to Warren Publishing Co.
for the use of Creepy magazine and its illustration.
"Alien" illustration by Jim Laurier
Alien monster made by Alistair Bowtell
Sleeve design: Hipgnosis
Photography: Peter Christopherson and Paul Maxon
Graphics: Ian Wright
Illustrations by: Colin Chambers   Jeff Cummins   Colin Elgie
Gill Furmanovsky   George Hardie   Paul Maxon   Ian Wright

Single releases
Future Management
My Country
Let's Get Crazy

Other notes
Thanks to Pim Derks for the UK cassette sleeve.

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