Trooper (album)

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Trooper
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Studio album by
ReleasedJuly 1, 1975 (1975-07-01)
Genre Rock, hard rock
Length33:54
Label MCA (LEGEND)
Producer Randy Bachman
Trooper chronology
Trooper
(1975)
Two for the Show
(1976)

Trooper is the self-titled debut studio album by Canadian rock band Trooper, released in 1975. The album was produced by Randy Bachman of Bachman–Turner Overdrive and The Guess Who. The album would produce two Canadian hits "Baby Woncha Please Come Home" and "General Hand Grenade".

Contents

Track listing

(McGuire/Smith)

  1. 3:19 - "I'm in Trouble Again"
  2. 3:06 - "General Hand Grenade"
  3. 7:14 - "All of the Time" (McGuire/Smith/Kalensky)
  4. 3:20 - "Eddy Takes It Easy"
  5. 4:48 - "Roller Rink"
  6. 3:04 - "Baby Woncha Please Come Home"
  7. 5:17 - "Love of My Life"
  8. 3:50 - "Don't Stop Now"

Personnel

Singles

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