Lunch (album)

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Studio album by
ReleasedFebruary 1972
RecordedNovember 1971 and January 1972
Trident Studios
(London, England)
Genre Art rock
Label Charisma (UK)
Elektra (US)
Producer Gus Dudgeon
Audience chronology
The House on the Hill

Lunch is the fourth album by the British art rock band Audience, released in 1972. It was their last original release before the departure of Keith Gemmell and the band's breaking up for several years. [1] It peaked at 175 on the Billboard 200 chart. [2]


Track listing

Unless otherwise noted, all tracks are credited to Werth, Williams.

Side one

  1. "Stand by the Door" (Werth) - 3:56
  2. "Seven Sore Bruises" - 2:37 [3]
  3. "Hula Girl" (Gemmell, Werth) - 2:40
  4. "Ain't the Man You Need" - 3:20 [3]
  5. "In Accord" (Connor, Gemmell, Williams)- 4:55

Side two

  1. "Barracuda Dan" - 2:15 [3]
  2. "Thunder and Lightnin'" (Werth) - 3:37
  3. "Party Games" - 3:20
  4. "Trombone Gulch" - 2:43 [3]
  5. "Buy Me An Island" (Werth) - 5:10


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  1. "Audience > Overview". AllMusic . Retrieved 13 April 2010.
  2. "Lunch > Charts & Awards > Billboard Albums". AllMusic . Retrieved 13 April 2010.
  3. 1 2 3 4 Brass arranged by Jim Price and played by Jim Price & Bobby Keys