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Performer: Earthshaker
Genre: Rock
Title: The Best of Earthshaker
Country: Japan
Released: 1987
Style: Heavy Metal
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Album Name The Best of Earthshaker. Music StyleHeavy Metal. Members owning this album0.

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Earthshaker is the third studio album by American hard rock/heavy metal band Y&T, released in 1981 through A&M Records. It is their first album under their current name, after changing it from Yesterday and Today. It was re-released in 2006. Several tracks from Earthshaker are commonly played during the band's live shows. The most common songs played are Rescue Me, Hurricane, and I Believe In You, which when performed live usually crosses the 8 minute mark.

Earthshaker was the first of five studio albums recorded through label A&M which Y&T were with from 1981-85. The 10 songs on this track are the first 10 on disc 1 of Earthquake The A&M Years 1981-1985. The Japanese heavy metal band Earthshaker took their name from this album. Hungry for Rock" – 3:47.

1981's Earthshaker is the only unanimous moment of Y&T's lengthy career. The only studio album that came close to capturing the power and energy of the San Francisco quartet's legendary concerts onto disc, the band's third . was their first for new label A&M, and the first to see their original moniker Yesterday & Today shortened to its better-known incarnation  . And Y&T save the best for last, climaxing with their signature power ballad, the dramatic "I Believe in You" - easily one of the decade's best examples of the style, bar none.

Earthshaker were one of a handful of Japanese hard/melodic rock band formed in 1978 in Tokyo. Their earlier music was also influenced by heavy metal, but the band steered toward a poppier sound on later albums and dropped from worldwide view, preferring to record and tour in their home country. After a successful run, they broke up in 1994, but returned five years later and are still going strong today.

Tracklist

A1 Earthshaker
A2 Wall
A3 Blondie Girl
A4 More
A5 Fugitive
B1 T-O-K-Y-O
B2 Radio Magic
B3 Whisky And Woman
B4 ありがとう君に
B5 Don't Need To Surrender

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
K32Y 2099 Earthshaker The Best of Earthshaker ‎(CD, Comp) Nexus K32Y 2099 Japan 1987