|Studio album by|
|Studio||Marcus Music and Maison Rouge Studios, London, UK|
|Singles from Fastway|
|Collector's Guide to Heavy Metal||10/10|
Founding member Pete Way (ex bass guitar player with UFO) did not play on the album, because by the time the recording sessions began Way left the band. He soon formed another band, Waysted. The bass guitar parts on the album were actually played by Rafaelito Benitez. He worked in the studio where the album was recorded and when Pete Way (who was meant to be there) didn't show up that day, Benitez offered to play bass for the album. He came up with the bass lines and remains uncredited for the album.
The album has been reissued as a two-fer with the second Fastway album, All Fired Up; however, that edition omits the song "Far Far from Home", bonus track featured on the standalone CD release of the first album.
UK-based record label Rock Candy Records has since re-issued the album with additional liner notes and bonus tracks, including B-sides and BBC sessions.
All tracks composed by Fastway
|2.||"Feel Me, Touch Me (Do Anything You Want)"||3:27|
|3.||"All I Need Is Your Love"||2:32|
|6.||"We Become One"||3:59|
|7.||"Give It All You Got"||3:01|
|8.||"Say What You Will"||3:20|
|9.||"You Got Me Runnin'"||3:04|
|10.||"Give It Some Action"||4:11|
|11.||"Far Far from Home"||5:29|
- Originally, "Far Far from Home" was a separate promotional single, included in the first vinyl LP pressings. It was not on the original cassette versions, and not included in subsequent LP editions, but is included as a track on the compact disc edition.
- Mick Feat - bass guitar (uncredited)
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