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1987 studio album by Roger Daltrey / From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Can't Wait to See the Movie is the seventh solo studio album by English singer, songwriter and actor Roger Daltrey, the lead vocalist for the Who. It was released in June 1987 by Atlantic Records, and was primarily produced by Alan Shacklock, in association with David Foster, Chas Sanford and Jimmy Scott.[4] Among the songs Daltrey is credited as co-writer on two tracks "Balance on Wires" and "Take Me Home".[5] David Foster co-wrote the track "The Price of Love", which was also featured in the 1987 movie The Secret of My Success, starring Michael J. Fox.

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Can't Wait to See the Movie
Studio album by
ReleasedJune 1987
StudioAt various studios in London and Los Angeles
LabelAtlantic (1987 LP and Cassettes)
Rhino (1987 CD format)
Virgin (outside US/Canada)
Roger Daltrey chronology
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Can't Wait to See the Movie
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Singles from Can't Wait to See the Movie
  1. "Hearts of Fire"
    Released: June 1987[1]
  2. "Take Me Home"
    Released: 1987[2]
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Can't Wait to See the Movie is a pop album that incorporates some genres such as funk, rock, and jazz, and it makes prominent use of synthesizers. The album was received negatively by the majority of music critics, with some critics describing its music as inauthentic and bemoaning the production as too polished. It was also a commercial disappointment, missing the album charts in Europe and the US. One critic referred to it as "Can't Wait to Sell the Record," while other reviewers noted good points to the recordings. When asked about the album at the time, Daltrey said that "It's amazing after all these years how everything can become new and fun again."[6]