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The First Edition Studio album by The First Edition Released 1967 Label Reprise Producer Mike Post The First Edition chronology The First Edition (1967) The First Edition's Second (1968) The First Edition is the debut album by the group The First Edition. Kenny Rogers sang the lead vocals on two tracks "Just Dropped In (To See What Condition My Condition Was In)", and "Dream On". "Just Dropped In (To See What Condition My Condition Was In)" became the only hit single from the album and marked the start of things to come, with Rogers soon becoming the lead singer of the group and being renamed "Kenny Rogers & The First Edition". The producer of this album (and also the band's second and third albums), Mike Post gained later renown for the theme music for many TV dramas such as Hill Street Blues, Magnum, P.I., Law & Order and others. Though this album is no longer in print, most of the tracks can be found on various compilation releases. Track listing I Found a Reason – 2:47 Just Dropped In (To See What Condition My Condition Was In) – 3:20 Shadow in the Corner of Your Mind – 2:52 If Wishes Were Horses – 2:32 Ticket to Nowhere – 2:24 (Mike Settle) I Get a Funny Feeling – 3:49 I Was the Loser – 3:05 Dream On – 2:45 Home Made Lies – 2:20 Marcia: 2 A.M. – 2:20 Hurry up, Love – 2:35 Church Without a Name – 3:15 This 1960s rock album-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e