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|For the Working Class Man|
|Studio album by|
|Producer||Mark Opitz, Jonathan Cain, Gary Gersh, Chas Sanford|
|Jimmy Barnes chronology|
|Singles from For the Working Class Man|
|Jimmy Barnes / A Week Away from Paradise|
For the Working Class Man is the second studio album by former Cold Chisel frontman Jimmy Barnes, released in December 1985. The album consists of five original tracks and seven remixed tracks that had previously been released on Barnes' 1984 debut album Bodyswerve .
For the Working Class Man (re-titled Jimmy Barnes for the international market - after the original title of A Week Away from Paradise was scrapped - with a slightly altered track listing and different cover artwork) was specifically geared toward securing Barnes a break into the American music market by Geffen. The new material found on the album was recorded in New York and Los Angeles with a variety of high-profile producers, session musicians, and outside songwriters. Journey's Jonathan Cain contributed, produced and performed on two tracks, "Working Class Man" (which has since become Barnes' signature song as a solo artist after being featured in the Ron Howard film Gung Ho ) and "American Heartbeat"; Steven Van Zandt of Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band co-wrote "Ride the Night Away"; and Chas Sandford penned "I'd Die to Be with You Tonight".
In 2010 the album was remastered and reissued under the title "For the Working Class Man 25" under license to Liberation Music for Australia and New Zealand. This reissue has the same songs in the same order as the original release, however, four of the tracks ("I'd Die to Be with You Tonight", "Ride the Night Away", "Working Class Man" and "No Second Prize") were extensively reworked in 2009 by David Nicholas (for DNA Productions) resulting in significantly different track lengths. The album cover of the reissue is derived from the original Australian version; the most significant differences being the addition of an outer black square framing border, a bold black number "25" in the lower left hand corner while the main photograph has an (apparently) deeper red saturation.
In October 2010, For the Working Class Man, was listed in the book, 100 Best Australian Albums .
As of 2012, For the Working Class Man has sold more than 500,000 copies (7 x Platinum) in Barnes' native Australia.
In October 2017, a two disc "Commemorative Edition" of the album was released; the first disc contains the original album remastered by Don Bartley, the second disc (a DVD) contains a live performance from 1984. This release coincided with the release of Barnes' memoir 'Working Class Man', as well as his spoken word tour of the same name, starting in 2018.
|1.||"I'd Die to Be with You Tonight"||Chas Sandford||4:02|
|2.||"Ride the Night Away"||Steven Van Zandt, Steve Jordan||4:26|
|3.||"American Heartbeat"||Jonathan Cain||4:10|
|1.||"Working Class Man"||Cain||3:33|
|2.||"Without Your Love"||Jimmy Barnes, Tony Carey||4:28|
|1.||"No Second Prize"||Barnes||3:42|
|3.||"Promise Me You'll Call"||Barnes||3:33|
|4.||"Boys Cry Out for War"||Barnes||3:58|
|2.||"Thickskinned"||Barnes, Ray Arnott||3:30|
|1.||"No Second Prize"||Barnes||3:42|
|2.||"I'd Die to Be with You Tonight"||Sandford||4:02|
|3.||"Working Class Man"||Cain||3:33|
|4.||"Promise Me You'll Call"||Barnes||3:33|
|5.||"Boys Cry Out for War"||Barnes||3:58|
|2.||"Without Your Love"||Barnes, Carey||4:28|
|5.||"Ride the Night Away"||Van Zandt, Jordan||4:26|
|1985||Australian Kent Music Report Albums Chart||1|
|1986||Australian Kent Music Report Albums Chart||3|
|Australian Kent Music Report Australian Artist Albums Chart||1|
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