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Street Action Studio album by Bachman–Turner Overdrive Released February 1978 Genre Rock Length 40:00 Label Mercury Producer BTO Professional reviews Allmusic link Bachman–Turner Overdrive chronology Freeways (1977) Street Action (1978) Rock n' Roll Nights (1979) Street Action is an album by Canadian rock band Bachman–Turner Overdrive (BTO), released in 1978, (see 1978 in music). It was the first BTO album released after the 1977 departure of co-founder Randy Bachman, and had a distinctively heavier sound than the previous two BTO studio albums (Head On and Freeways). This was pointed out in a Mark After Dark interview with BTO drummer Robbie Bachman: Mark: "The two albums that followed Randy's departure ... I always thought these albums were underrated and really excellent. Both of those albums had a heavier approach. Were you aiming those albums at a younger and more Heavy Metal oriented audience?" Robbie: "We were aiming at our old BTO audience! They might sound different, because Randy kept putting his pop stuff on us. When those two albums with Jim Clench came out, that was always the direction that we wanted to go in. If you look at the Blair Thornton, Robin Bachman and Fred Turner songs on the [earlier] BTO albums, that's the same sound."[1] This album is no longer in print, but was released on CD in 1990. Track listing (All songs by Clench, Thornton, Turner and Robbie Bachman) "I'm in Love" – 3:52 "Down the Road" – 4:03 "Takes a Lot of People" – 4:06 "A Long Time for a Little While" – 3:52 "Street Action" – 4:16 "For Love" – 4:39 "Madison Avenue" – 6:01 "You're Gonna Miss Me" – 4:07 "The World Is Waiting for a Love Song" – 5:04 Personnel Robbie Bachman - percussion, drums Jim Clench - bass, electric bass, vocals Blair Thornton - guitar, electric guitar C.F. Turner - guitar, electric guitar, vocals Production Engineer: Rolf Henneman Assistant engineer: Jeff Tolman Art direction: James OMara Photography: James OMara Charts Album Year Chart Position 1978 Pop Albums 130 References ^ "Mark After Dark" interview with Robbie Bachman v • d • e Bachman–Turner Overdrive Members Billy Chapman  • Blair Thornton  • Brent Howard  • Fred Turner  • David Reimer  • Garry Peterson  • Jim Clench  • John Cody  • Marc LaFrance  • Mick Dalla-Vee  • Randy Bachman  • Randy Murray  • Robbie Bachman  • Tim Bachman  • Vince Ditrich Studio albums Bachman–Turner Overdrive (1973)  • Bachman–Turner Overdrive II (1973)  • Not Fragile (1974)  • Four Wheel Drive (1975)  • Head On (1975)  • Freeways (1977)  • Street Action (1978)  • Rock n' Roll Nights (1979)  • Bachman–Turner Overdrive (1984)  • Trial by Fire: Greatest and Latest (1996) Live albums BTO Live – Japan Tour (1977)  • Live Live Live (1986)  • Best of Bachman–Turner Overdrive Live (1994)  • Motorcity Detroit USA Live (1997)  • King Biscuit Flower Hour: Bachman–Turner Overdrive (1998) Compilation albums Best of BTO (So Far) (1976)  • You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet (1983)  • BTO's Greatest (1986)  • The Anthology (1993)  • Takin' Care of Business (1998)  • 20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection: The Best of Bachman–Turner Overdrive (2000)  • The Very Best of Bachman–Turner Overdrive (2001)  • Bachman–Turner Overdrive Gold (2005) Singles "Blue Collar" (1973)  • "Let It Ride" (1974)  • "Takin' Care of Business" (1974)  • "Roll On Down the Highway" (1974)  • "You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet" (1974)  • "Hey You" (1975)  • "Gimme Your Money Please" (1976)  • "Take It Like a Man" (1976)  • "Lookin' Out for Number 1" (1976)  • "Down to the Line" (1976)  • "My Wheels Won't Turn" (1977)  • "Shotgun Rider" (1977)  • "Down the Road" (1978)  • "Jamaica" (1979)  • "Heartaches" (1979)  • "Service with a Smile" (1984)  • "For the Weekend" (1984)  • "The House of the Rising Sun" (1996)