11 Songs, 38 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
33 Ratings
33 Ratings
etownlover ,

Great album still

Loved the entire album way back but unlike Tommy's contemporaries this music still sounds great. Oddly, Jenny is the one that sounds dated.

bob bobblaw ,

I'll admit

one of my Guilty Pleasures . . . . .



867-5309 is crazy
The albums pretty tight
i'm the only one to right a review so i thought i would give it a 5
now all of their albums have 5's
their like the only ones

About Tommy Tutone

Tommy Tutone were an early-'80s power pop band led by vocalist Tommy Heath and guitarist Jim Keller. The group's first single, 1980's "Angel Say No," scraped the bottom of the American Top 40, yet it was 1981's "867-5309/Jenny" that sent the group to the top of the charts. Peaking in early 1982, the single hit number four and went gold. Tommy Tutone was never able to duplicate that success and the band broke up after the release of their third album, 1983's National Emotion.

In 1994, Heath returned, using the name Tommy Tutone for a new release, Nervous Love, a collection of various post-Tommy Tutone recordings. Heath continued to sporadically work with Tommy Tutone over the next two decades, releasing Tutone.rtf in 1998. Nervous Love saw a retitled reissue called A Long Time Ago in the summer of 2011. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine





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