Lost Souls is the debut album by Boston-based ish folk/roots rock band The Raindogs, released in 1990 on the Atco label. Entirely written by lead singer Mark Cutler and featuring the band's trademark hybrid roots rock sound with Celtic elements, Lost Souls garnered a great deal of critical attention and praise in Boston and New England. A national breakout could not be achieved however, and the album's market remained largely confined to the said region.
As the Swinging Steaks abandoned their slick 1980s pop for country-rock when the 1990s came around, Mark Cutler's Raindogs did the same, but got it out of the starting gate a bit earlier on this Atco debut, Lost Souls. The album leans more to the rock than country side, with standout tunes like "Cry for Mercy" and "This Is the Place" among the dozen offered here
Lost Souls is the debut album by Boston-based ish folk/roots rock band The Raindogs, released in 1990 on the Atco label. com/Lost Souls (The Raindogs album). Lost Souls may refer to: Film, TV and radio. Lost Souls" (Torchwood), a special 2008 radio episode of the BBC TV series.
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Redirected from Lost Souls (disambiguation)). Lost Souls (1980 film), a Shaw Brothers production. Lost Souls (film), a 2000 movie directed by Janusz Kamiński and starring Winona Ryder and Ben Chaplin. Lost Souls (1998 film), a UPN original movie directed by Jeff Woolnough, starring John Savage and Barbara Sukowa.
Mark Cutler was frontman for the rootsy rockers. Do you have any of their music? Lost Souls was their other album.
Lost Souls (1980 film), a Shaw Brothers production. Lost Souls (2000 film), a movie directed by Janusz Kamiński and starring Winona Ryder and Ben Chaplin. Lost Souls (online game), a MUD, or text-based online role-playing game. Lost Souls (The Raindogs album), the 1990 debut album by American roots rock band The Raindogs. Lost Souls" (Arrow), an episode of Arrow.
|1||I'm Not Scared|
|2||May Your Heart Keep|
|4||The Higher Road|
|5||Too Many Stars|
|6||Nobody's Getting Out|
|7||Cry For Mercy|
|9||This Is The Place|
|10||Under The Rainbow|
|12||Something Wouldn't Be The Same|
- Bass – Darren Hill
- Drums – James G. Reilly*
- Fiddle, Mandolin – Johnny Cunningham
- Guitar, Vocals – Emerson Torrey
- Lead Vocals, Guitar – Mark Cutler
- Producer – Peter Henderson, Raindogs
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Other (Rights Societies): GEMA/BIEM
- Barcode: 7567-91297-2
- Other: LC 0120
|791 297-1||Raindogs||Lost Souls (LP, Album)||ATCO Records||791 297-1||US||1989|
|91297-4||Raindogs||Lost Souls (Cass, Album, Promo, SR)||ATCO Records||91297-4||US||1990|
|7912972||Raindogs||Lost Souls (CD, Album, Lon)||ATCO Records||7912972||US||1990|
|91297-4||Raindogs||Lost Souls (Cass, Album)||ATCO Records||91297-4||US||1990|
|791 297-1||Raindogs||Lost Souls (LP, Album)||ATCO Records||791 297-1||Europe||1989|