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All Fired Up (Pat Benatar song)

"All Fired Up"
Single by Pat Benatar
from the album Wide Awake in Dreamland
Released July, 1988 (July, 1988)
Format 7"
Recorded Ocean Way Recording, Los Angeles, California, 1987
Genre Rock, classic rock
Length 04:27
Label Chrysalis
Writer(s) Kerryn Tolhurst
Producer(s) Keith Forsey and Neil Giraldo
Pat Benatar singles chronology
"Big Life"
(1986)
"All Fired Up"
(1988)
"Don't Walk Away"
(1988)

"All Fired Up" is a song written by and first released by Kerryn Tolhurst of the Rattling Sabres in 1987. It became much better known when covered by Pat Benatar for her album, Wide Awake in Dreamland, and released as a single in 1988.[1] It reached #19 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart, and peaked at #25 on the Cash Box Top 100. It was the final entry on both charts for Benatar. [2]

The song is also the title track on All Fired Up: The Very Best of Pat Benatar, a two-CD compilation released in 1994.[3]

References

  1. ^ Nathan Brackett; Christian David Hoard, eds. (2004). The New Rolling Stone Album Guide.  
  2. ^ Whitburn, Joel (2009). Top Pop Singles (12 ed.). Record Research, Inc. p. 1988.  
  3. ^ Hochman, Steve (1999). Popular Musicians, Volume 1.  
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