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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.


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

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