Album of the Day
KNEE DEEP IN THE HOOPLA
After strings of hits as Jefferson Airplane and Jefferson Starship, this San Francisco group rechristened itself Starship for KNEE DEEP IN THE HOOPLA and found success a third time. The 1985 collection features a pair of No. 1 singles in "We Built This City" and "Sara" as well as other fine tracks including “Tomorrow Doesn't Matter Tonight” and “Love Rusts” (one of a couple of songs here co-written by Elton John's lyricist, Bernie Taupin). Veteran vocalists Grace Slick and Mickey Thomas sing their hearts out on this set, which reached the Billboard Top 10 and Platinum sales status. KNEE DEEP IN THE HOOPLA is now available on red vinyl with a bonus 7” as part of the Rhino Reds series.