Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
|Which song does NOT appear on the "Greatest Hits" album?||Air Supply
Having You Near Me. Interestingly, all four of these tracks appear on the "Lost In Love" album. While four "Lost In Love" tracks did make the GH album, "Having You Near Me" is not one of them... Pretty song though!
|What year was the album "Lost In Love" released in the United States?||Air Supply
1980. While "The One That You Love" is an Air Supply album, It was not released until later, and "Lost In Love" does not appear on it.
|Which former Styx member, also was a member of Air Supply appearing on one Air Supply album?||Air Supply
No one, this is a trick question. Although many of the Styx ballads are similar to the "dreamy" Air Supply tunes, there have been no members in common.
|What Air Supply song was written by Jim Steinman? (The same man who wrote Meat Loaf's entire "Bat Out Of Hell" album.)||Air Supply
Making Love (Out Of Nothing At All). This was the only original track on the "Greatest Hits" album. It also proved to be one of their "Greatest Hits".
|What name do the two core members of Air Supply share in common?||Air Supply
Russell. The founding members are Graham Russell and Russell Hitchcock.
|In June, 2003 Air Supply released a compilation album entitled "Air Supply - Forever Love". Including Aussie releases, how many studio albums had Air Supply released prior to then?||Air Supply - Advanced
16. "Air Supply" 1976; "Love And Other Bruises" 1977; "The Whole Thing Started" 1977; "Life Support" 1979; "Lost In Love" 1980; "The One That You Love" 1981; "Now And Forever" 1982; "Air Supply" 1985; "Hearts In Motion" 1986; "The Christamas Album" 1987; "The Earth Is..." 1991; "The Vanishing Race" 1993; "News From Nowhere" 1995; "The Book Of Love" 1997; "Yours Truly" 2001; "Accross The Concrete Sky" 2003.
|Air Supply had huge success on the American charts in the early eighties. How many songs did Air Supply have make it to number one?||Air Supply - Advanced
1. "The One That You Love" was the only song to make it to #1 on the American charts surpassing even such huge, hit classics as "Lost In Love", and "Making Love".
|"Making Love (Out Of Nothing At All)" reached #2 on the American Charts. What was Ironic about the song that stopped it from reaching #1?||Air Supply - Advanced
It was written by the same person who wrote "Making Love". Bonnie Tyler was in the top spot with "Total Eclipse Of The Heart". "Total Eclipse" and "Making Love" were both written by Jim Steinman.
|When the single "Even The Nights Are Better" was released, Air Supply joined the Beatles and Madonna as the only acts in history to that point to do what?||Air Supply - Advanced
Have seven consecutive singles make the top 5 on the American charts. Although "Making Love" was Air Supply's eighth top 5 single, the string had been broken as "Young Love" and "Two Less Lonely People In The World" had both charted at #38.
|From 1980 to 1983 how many hits did Air Supply have make the top 5 on the American charts?||Air Supply - Advanced
8. Air Supply boasts an incredible eight top 5 hits. This is a feat that has been accomplished by very few artists. In fact, during that period Air Supply released only ten singles, eight of which, went top 5! (All 10 singles went top 40!)
|May 22, 2003 marked the release of Air Supply's studio album "Accross The Concrete Sky". To that point, what was Air Supply's last top 40 hit in the United States?||Air Supply - Advanced
"Just As I Am" - 1985. "Just As I Am" hit #19 in '85, and is from the "Air Supply" album. "Without You" from "The Earth Is..." and "Goodbye" from "The Vanishing Race" both made it to #48, and "News From Nowhere"'s "Someone" climbed to #50. All were close, but no cigar!
|When Graham Russell and Russell Hitchcock met, they were cast members in which play?||Air Supply - Advanced
"Jesus Christ Superstar". They met as cast members in Melbourne, Australia in 1975.
Melbourne, Australia. Russell was born in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia in 1949.
|The following lyrics are from which song? "I didn't really walk away, I had something to explain; Trying to reach you night and day, when I did not know your name".||Air Supply - Advanced
"One Step Closer". If you missed question 9, there's a chance you missed 10 and 11 as well. (It goes back to the whole "Hearts In Motion" not being a song thing.)
"The One That You Love". One of Air Supply's most underrated, underappreciated songs.
"Air Supply". It was first released on the 1976 album "Air Supply", and became the title track for their second studio album, where it also appeared. Don't forget, the '85 album was the second to carry the name "Air Supply".
|What was the last studio album Air Supply released before "The Definitive Collection"?||Air Supply - Advanced
"The Book Of Love". "The Book Of Love" was released in '97. It was followed by "The Definitive Collection" in '99. "News From Nowhere" was the '95 studio album. "The Christmas Album" was released all the way back in 1987.
At Graham Russell's Studio in Utah. It was the first Air Supply album to be recorded at Graham's Utah studio. It was released in November, 1997.
Air Heads. Yes, believe it or not we are "Air Heads". Don't believe me? Check out www.airsupplymusic.com!
"Life Support". "Lost In Love" first appeared on the 1979 Aussie release "Life Support". It later appeared on "Lost In Love", "Greatest Hits", "Making Love...", "Now And Forever - Greatest Hits Live", "The Definitive Collection", "Air Supply - Forever Love" as well as a US release of "Life Support". "Lost In Love" DID NOT appear on "Love And Other Bruises" - Another error in the liner notes of "The Definitive Collection".
"Air Supply". "Lost In Love" was the duo's first US release, but it was their fifth Album overall. "Air Supply" was released in 1976. (Not to be confused with "Air Supply" released in 1985.) If you are about to send a correction notice because the liner notes of "The Definitive Collection" say that "Love And Other Bruises" was Air Supply's debut, first check the official discography at www.airsupplymusic.com. There was actually a 1976 release. The statement in the liner notes for "Definitive Collection" is erroneous.