Patty Smyth is the second solo studio album by rock singer-songwriter Patty Smyth, formerly of Scandal, which went gold, as a result of the popularity of its first single, "Sometimes Love Just Ain't Enough", which peaked at number two on the Billboard Hot 100 and also went Gold. The album also produced two further singles in the opening track "No Mistakes" (top 40) and another, albeit minor, hit in "I Should Be Laughing". No Mistakes" (Patty Smyth, Kevin Savigar) 5:23.
In 1987, she released her first solo album, "Never Enough", with the title track as the lead-in single. Co-written by Eric Bazilian and Rob Hyman of the Hooters, the song only made it to on the Billboard Hot 100, but made the Top 5 on the Billboard Mainstream Rock chart, peaking at Five years later, Smyth had better chart success as a soloist when "Sometimes Love Just Ain't Enough", featuring Don Henley, peaked at on both the Billboard Hot 100 and Cash Box Top 100 (but did hit on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart and on the UK Singles chart)
Written-By – D. Kagan, E. Bazilian, P. Smyth, R. Chertoff, R. Hyman. Never Enough (CD, Album).
Never Enough is the debut album by former Scandal singer Patty Smyth. It was released in 1987 on Columbia Records (also the group's label) three years after the band's breakup in 1984. In an interview with Smyth on The Bloomberg Report, she said the album "was never supposed to be a solo record; it was meant to be a record by Scandal Featuring Patty Smyth. The first of these two, "Never Enough" (the album's title track) was actually a slight rewrite of a song with the same title from the self-titled debut album of then-current (in 1987) Hooters bandmembers Rob Hyman and Eric Bazilian's former band, Baby Grand. The original version featured different lyrics sung by Baby Grand frontman David Kagan. In fact, Hyman and Bazilian, as well as others associated with The Hooters, including producer Rick Chertoff had a significant hand in the making of this album.
of hero Catch me again I'm falling 'Cause I can hear you calling. It's never enough, it's never enough It's never enough It's never enough, it's never enough It's never enough
Artists Patty Smyth Never Enough. Never Enough Patty Smyth. This album has an average beat per minute of 130 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 121/147 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Never Enough. Album starts at BPM, ends at 147BPM (+147), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Patty Smyth.
Never Enough may refer to: Never Enough (Patty Smyth album), 1987. Never Enough (Melissa Etheridge album), 1992. Never Enough: The Best of Jesus Jones, a 2002 album by Jesus Jones. Never Enough EP, a 2015 EP by Wild Adriatic. Never Enough" (The Cure song), 1990. Never Enough" (Epica song), 2007. Never Enough" (Five Finger Death Punch song), 2008. Never Enough" (Kiss song), 2009. Never Enough" (Koda Kumi song), 2017.
|A3||Give It Time|
|A4||Call To Heaven|
|B1||The River Cried|
|B2||Isn't It Enough|
|B5||Heartache Heard Round The World|
|FC 40182||Patty Smyth||Never Enough (LP, Album)||Columbia||FC 40182||US||1987|
|32DP 675||Patty Smyth||Never Enough (CD, Album)||CBS/Sony||32DP 675||Japan||1987|
|CSCS 6050||Patty Smyth||Never Enough (CD, Album)||CBS/Sony||CSCS 6050||Japan||1990|
|FCT 40182||Patty Smyth||Never Enough (Cass, Album, Dol)||Columbia||FCT 40182||Canada||1987|
|CLS-450075||Patty Smyth||Never Enough (LP, Album)||CBS||CLS-450075||Mexico||1987|