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Shaun Cassidy - Room Service Album
Performer: Shaun Cassidy
Title: Room Service
Style: Pop Rock
Year 1979
Country US
Label Warner Bros. Records
Catalog Number M5 3351
Genre: Rock
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 109
MP3 size: 2507 mb
FLAC size: 2485 mb
WMA size: 1383 mb
Record From: Cassette, Album

Shaun Cassidy - Room Service Album


1You Still Surprise Me3:34
2Fallin' Into You4:38
3Break For The Street4:24
4 Entrees
5 Appetizers
6Time For A Change3:15
7Are You Afraid Of Me3:46
8Only Because Of Love3:37
9Heaven In Your Eyes2:54
10You're Usin' Me3:31
11The Letter2:59


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
BSK 3351Shaun Cassidy Room Service ‎(LP)Warner Bros. Records, Curb RecordsBSK 3351US1979
BSK 3351Shaun Cassidy Room Service ‎(LP, Album)Curb Records, Warner Bros. RecordsBSK 3351Australia1979
WB 56 702, BSK 3351Shaun Cassidy Room Service ‎(LP)Warner Bros. Records, Curb RecordsWB 56 702, BSK 3351Germany1979
S 90.155Shaun Cassidy Room Service ‎(LP)Warner Bros. Records, Curb RecordsS 90.155Spain1979
GWEA-5355Shaun Cassidy Room Service ‎(LP, Album)Warner Bros. RecordsGWEA-5355Mexico1979



Room Service is Shaun Cassidy's fourth studio album. Cassidy and songwriter-producer Michael Lloyd recruited 13 different musicians for the production of Room Service. The album's only single, You're Usin' Me, failed to chart. Shaun Cassidy Room Service 1979 1. Fallin' Into You 2. Time For A Change 3. Only Because Of Love 4. Are You Afraid Of Me 5. Break For free to Shaun Cassidy Room Service Fallin' into you, Time For A Change and more. 9 tracks 32:30. Album 1979 9 Songs. Room Service Shaun Cassidy. Room Service. Shaun Cassidy. Room Service, 1979. Time For a Change, 03:18. Are You Afraid of Me, 03:53. Track listing. Fallin' Into You Shaun Cassidy, David Jolliffe. Time for a Change Shaun Cassidy. Only Because of Love Michael Lloyd. Are You Afraid of Me Shaun Cassidy. Room Service Q&A. More Shaun Cassidy albums. Under Wraps. Born Late. Show all albums by Shaun Cassidy. Shaun Cassidy is the first solo album from Shaun Cassidy. The eponymous album was first released in 1976 in Europe and Australia, where he had top-ten hits with Morning Girl and That's Rock 'n' Roll. It was not until the release of a cover version of The Crystals' song, Da Doo Ron Ron, that Cassidy's international success carried over into the United States. The single became a number-one Billboard hit for Cassidy and launched his career as a pop musician and teen idol in the U. Born Late is the second studio album released by pop