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2008 studio album by Richard Marx

Emotional remnants is the eighth studio album Richard Marx which was digitally released on October 31, 2008, on Marx's website. Emotional remnants released simultaneously East and was reissued exclusively through Amazon.com: September 22, with two new tracks.

Follow the listing(edit)

  1. From within (Marx) – 4:35
  2. "Better or Worse" (Marx) – 4:48
  3. "My part" (Marx, Matt Scannell:) – 4:14:
  4. "Through My Veins" (Marx) – 4:42
  5. "Save Me" (Marx) – 3:49
  6. "Come Run" (Marx, Payment Waybill:) – 4:18:
  7. "Fire in Your Fire" (Marx, Randall Wallace) – 4:09:
  8. "When November Fails" (Marx, Scan) – 4:32
  9. "Return to You" (Marx, Graham Colton) – 3:42:
  10. "Upon My Head" (Marx) – 3:55
  11. "Done for Me" (Marx) – 3:47

Bonus tracks

  1. "Never Dance for Me" (Marx) – 5:14
  2. "They Should Have Known Better" (Marx) – 4:26

Staff:(edit)

  • Greg Bissonette – percussion instrument
  • Steve Brewster – drums
  • Tom Bukovats – Guitars
  • Cliff Colnot – string compositions
  • J.T. Korenflos – Guitars
  • Bruce Gaitch – Guitars
  • Jennifer Hanson – backing vocals
  • Mark Hill – bass guitar
  • Sean Hurley on bass guitar
  • Michael Landau – Guitars
  • Teddy Landau – bass guitar
  • Kenny Loggins – producer, guitar, backing vocals
  • Kevin Marks – Guitars
  • Brandon Marx – backing vocals
  • Richard Marx – producer, compositions, lead and back vocals, acoustic and electric guitars, keyboards, synth bass, clavinets
  • Chip Matthews – guitars
  • Jerry McPherson – guitars
  • Nate Morton – drums
  • Matt Pierson – bass guitar
  • Matt Scannell: – producer, guitar, backing vocals
  • Gary Smith – Keyboards
  • Michael Thompson – Guitars
  • Matt Walker – drums
  • Jason Webb – Keyboards
  • Glen Warf – bass guitar
Manufacturing
  • David Cole – Engineer
  • Chip Matthews – Engineer:
  • Mat Prock – Engineer:
  • Jamie Sickora – Engineer:
  • Mark Valentine – Engineer

Different:(edit)

  • This is Marx's first studio album that didn't feature him on the album cover; Marx took the photo himself
  • This is Marx's first studio album that didn't release a single
  • Son of Brandon Marx comes out of the book Save Me
  • There is no personal commitment to this album
  • It was previously released on the track "Take It" Graham Colton2007 album That's right now
  • Never Take Me Dancing – Marx's 1997 remake of "Do You Never Dance For Me?" Flesh And Bone: Album:
  • 2009 Should Be Better Known as "I Should Have Known Better" 2009 by Marx 1987 Richard Marx Album:


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