Loud 'n' Proud

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Loud 'n' Proud
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Studio album by
ReleasedNovember 9, 1973 (UK) February 1974 (US)
Recorded1973
Genre Hard rock
Length37:07
Label Mooncrest (UK), A&M (US)
Producer Roger Glover
Nazareth chronology
BBC Radio 1 Live in Concert
(1973)
Loud 'n' Proud
(1973)
Rampant
(1974)
Professional ratings
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Loud 'n' Proud is the fourth studio album by the Scottish hard rock band Nazareth, and their second to be released in 1973. It is the first of two albums the band released to reach #1 in the Austrian charts.

Contents

Track listing

All tracks are written by Pete Agnew, Manny Charlton, Dan McCafferty, Darrell Sweet unless otherwise noted.

Side one
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Go Down Fighting" 3:07
2."Not Faking It" 4:01
3."Turn On Your Receiver" 3:19
4."Teenage Nervous Breakdown" (Little Feat cover) Lowell George 3:43
5."Free Wheeler" 5:31
Side two
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
6."This Flight Tonight" (Joni Mitchell cover)Joni Mitchell3:24
7."Child in the Sun" 4:51
8."The Ballad of Hollis Brown" (Bob Dylan cover)Bob Dylan9:11

1996 Castle Communications Bonus Tracks

No.TitleWriter(s)Length
9."This Flight Tonight" (Joni Mitchell cover; US version)Joni Mitchell3:24
10."Go Down Fighting" (US version) 3:05
11."The Ballad of Hollis Brown" (Bob Dylan cover; edited version)Bob Dylan5:09

2001 30th Anniversary Bonus Track

No.TitleLength
12."Free Wheeler" (edited version)4:37

2010 Salvo Records Remaster Bonus Tracks

BBC Sessions:

No.TitleLength
9."Turn On Your Receiver"3:37
10."Too Bad Too Sad"2:52
11."Razamanaz"3:52
12."Bad Bad Boy"3:34

Personnel

Band members

Other credits

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