Alias (album)

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Studio album by Alias
Released June 18, 1990 (1990-06-18)
Recorded 1989–1990 at Capitol Studio B. & C., Summa Music Group, The Enterprise (Los Angeles, California), and Platinum Sound (Toronto, Ontario)
Genre Hard rock, AOR
Length 48:42
Label Capitol, EMI Canada
Producer Freddy Curci, Steve DeMarchi, Rick Neigher
Alias chronology
Never Say Never
Professional ratings
Review scores
Allmusic3/5 stars[1]

Alias is the debut album from the Canadian rock band Alias, released in 1990 by Capitol Records.

The single "More Than Words Can Say" reached #1 in Canada and #2 in the United States. A third single, "Waiting for Love", was released in early 1991 and peaked at #13 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Say What I Wanna Say" (F. Curci, S. DeMarchi) (4:45)
  2. "Haunted Heart" (F. Curci, S. DeMarchi, S. Diamond) (3:52)
  3. "Waiting for Love" (B. Walker, J. Paris) (4:38)
  4. "The Power" (F. Curci, S. DeMarchi) (4:26)
  5. "Heroes" (F. Curci, S. DeMarchi) (5:22)
  6. "What to Do" (F. Curci, S. DeMarchi) (4:18)
  7. "After All the Love Is Gone" (F. Curci, S. DeMarchi, R. Neigher, J. Paris) (4:17)
  8. "More Than Words Can Say" (F. Curci, S. DeMarchi) (3:54)
  9. "One More Chance" (R. Neigher, Fee Waybill, J. Dexter) (3:37)
  10. "True Emotion" (F. Curci, S. DeMarchi) (4:59)
  11. "Standing in the Darkness" (F. Curci, S. DeMarchi, D. DeMarchi) (4:34)


Additional musicians[edit]


  • Engineered by George Tutko and Dave Runstedler
  • Additional Engineering by Peter Doell, Eddie De Lena, Denny DeMarchi, Freddy Curci, and Steve DeMarchi
  • Assisted by Kyle Bess, Charlie Paakkari, and Fred Kelly, Jr.
  • Mixed by George Tutko and Eddie De Lena
  • Arrangements by Steve DeMarchi and Freddy Curci
  • Mastered by Greg Calbi at Sterling Sound, New York City
  • A&R Direction by Tim Trombley, Randy Nicklaus, & Jody Mitchell
  • Production Coordination by Mark Sullivan (Emerald Productions), Deborah Critten, and Sharon Gaudet (Capitol Canada)
  • Art Direction and Design by Hugh Syme
  • Sculpture by Randall Cooper
  • Photography by John Scarpati
  • Art Direction for Capitol by R. Alfonso
  • Management by Allen Kovac and Jeff Sydney (Left Bank Management)


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  2. ^ Saulnier, Jason (15 March 2012). "Roger Fisher Interview". Music Legends. Retrieved 7 May 2013. 

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